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The 2007 World Snooker China Open will be held from 26th March to 1st April. The top 16 players around the globe will all attend the billiards gala in Beijing. The total prize values 200,000 pounds while the champion will get 30,000 pounds.
Beijing University Students Gymnasium
11 West Road
Northern third Ring Road
Haidian District
Beijing 100088
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1 Stephen Hendry MBE
2 Ken Doherty
3 Ronnie O'Sullivan
4 John Higgins
5 Shaun Murphy
6 Graeme Dott
7 Peter Ebdon
8 Tournaments
9 Stephen Maguire
10 Stephen Lee
27 Ding Junhui
Snooker: Graeme Dott Wins China Open
Graeme Dott of Scotland was crowned the 2007 China Open Champion after defeating Jamie Cope 9-5 in a tight final in Beijing on Sunday.
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