Mihnea: Alright, so let’s get down to the game. How did the game start?
Stuart: The game started quite well for me. I pot a really good long red and pot a really difficult yellow into the side pocket and then I got really most balls and I felt great. I split the balls, but then I just had a little bit of a bad split. I over cut a ball and then my form just went downhill from there.
Mihnea: How did he play he played?
Stuart: He played okay, but not at his highest level. He missed quite a few balls that I didn’t expect him to miss. But overall he deserved to win.
Mihnea: Where does he train?
Stuart: He’s got his own snooker club. He is the owner of a snooker club in Bangkok that I think the name is called Super Shot.
Mihnea: And he represents Thailand abroad?
Stuart: Yes, he goes to all the tournament worldwide. He’s always on the move and always travelling.
Mihnea: So you lost that game, doesn’t mean that you’re out of the tournament?
Stuart: Yes, it’s just a single elimination knock-out format. So I had to drive six hours to Surin, which is a north-east Thailand, and played one hour and then had to come home. It was six hours drive.