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WIth no access to a barbers, Trump's weave was compared on social media to world champion Terry Griffiths in his halcyon hair days of the s, but his coiffure was the only thing that looked out of place compared to his cueball control.
He carries an aura about him that was perhaps last witnessed in the sport during Stephen Hendry's dominance of the s. I'll keep slowing down as I get older and morph into some of the older players.
Even when he does not seem to play well, he plays well. The only real challenge was to remember to pick up a rest for himself at the end of the table with referees unable to carry out their usual duties of assistance because of strict hygiene controls.
In between seeing the tables wiped, Trump was wiping the floor with his opponents. He comfortably despatched Group 2 opponent David Grace in his opening match of the man event in second gear before recovering two snookers in the first frame against Elliot Slessor , the Northern Ireland Open semi-finalist, to pinch it on the black.
World number 70 Slessor restored parity at boosted by a 68 break, but Trump won the next two frames including a closing 56 to leave himself on the cusp of the last group phase when all 16 group winners come across each other next week.
Slessor - a winner over world number 52 Daniel Wells in his opener - required a victory over Grace to keep alive his slim hopes while hoping Trump would slump to a loss against Welshman Wells in his final group encounter.
That hope was extinguished as Grace levelled at after Slessor had made a fine break in the opening frame. Slessor snared the next two frames for a win to ensure second place in the group.
Trump's job was done before his final group match with Wells, a triumph that sees him extend his winning streak to 14 matches.
He will return next week for more group games with snooker perhaps relishing more the chance to prove it belongs back in the limelight.
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For the best part of the past decade, Judd Trump, the very best of a delightfully brimming Bristol cream, has been bounding into various outposts across the globe to the lyrics of Kevin Rudolf's club banger I Made It.
Which ironically suggests that time spent at the table is a bit like the wider world when you are making symbolic song choices: you can control so much in life, but you are always relying on a little bit of luck to get the right split when you plunge into the pack.
In the pursuit of happiness, timing remains everything on the old green baize and off it. Amid the furnace of rolling balls and rolling the dice, especially amid a summer World Championship delayed and damaged like much of sport by a global health pandemic, there is seemingly always a battle against the wider narrative as much as yourself.
For Trump, a little slice of snooker folklore could soon be his exclusive property, an elusive ornament not afforded to any other man since the Steel City of Sheffield first steeled itself to host the World Championship in If he emerges victorious for the second successive year, Trump will have lifted the Crucible Curse that has hung over various potting protagonists like the Sword of Damocles, or perhaps the cue stick of Tony Knowles, for the past 43 years and counting.
One year it will happen, you just aren't sure if the end of days will arrive before the hex, rather than the Hexagon, is finally lifted. It sounds like something out of Harry Potter's Cruciatus Curse, but has nothing to do with pot luck or the horse racing tips of John Parrott, the world champion and another victim of the odd phenomenon.
Higgins was himself gazumped by Mark Williams in the semi-finals in as the curse struck him down with as much venom as an Alexandra Palace wasp.
The ghosts of champions past haunt maiden winners at the old joint with more focus than Cliff Thorburn stalking a cigarette prior to compiling the first at the venue in The list is long and seemingly endless.
Trump was only 21 when he himself toppled Neil Robertson in the first round in a year after the Melburnian had become Australia's first world champion.
All the true prospectors of the green baize have returned a year later to defend the trophy and have been struck down by fate in the longing for unique sporting gold.