After having scooped the Asian Snooker Championships, incredible Advani rolled on to Qatar and lifted the 6 Reds Trophy and 12000 US Dollars.
Billiards and snooker Indian extraordinaire Pankaj Advani claimed the IBSF World 6 Reds title 7- 5.
The 36-year-old played the final against Pakistan player and 2017 World Team Snooker Champion Babar Masih, where Pankaj started on a winning note but after losing the second frame he raised the lead 3-1 with a break of 32 points.
At 6 – 5, it was nip and tuck as nicknamed the Prince of India, Advani got over the line to seal yet another title – his 24th.
On his Facebook and twitter pages, it simply wrote: “2 trophies in 2 weeks. Can’t believe I’m on a winning streak.”
The BIG ONE!!! IBSF 6 Reds World Cup Champion 🏆
2 trophies in 2 weeks 🏆🏆😃😃💪🏼💪🏼
Still can’t believe the winning streak I am on 😱😇 pic.twitter.com/2DBb9E9MTl
— Pankaj Advani (@PankajAdvani247) September 22, 2021
Advani is a winner of no less than 15 times the World Billiards Championship.