|Final: Best of 19 frames.
Wembley Conference Centre, London, England, 9 February 2006.
|Afternoon: 69-5, 0-123 (70), 82-1 (82), 76-1, 67-47, 74-35 (59), 67-43, 0-102 (102)
Evening: 59-12, 27-101 (101), 50-67, 68-36, 61-1 (60), 83-0 (82)
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