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15:40 - Trump one down Brazilian Igor Figueiredo has taken the first against one of the favourites Judd Trump. Elsewhere kyren Wilson sailed through with a 4-0 win over Martin O'Donnell. 15:00 - O'Sullivan and Selby into fourth round Five-time world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan and Mark Selby both booked their place in round four with 4-2 victories against Anthony Hamilton and Andy Lee. The Rocket hit an impressive 118 in the fourth as he came back from being 2-1 down to claim the victory. There have been a few names going through to the next round as Northern Irishman Gerard Greene has beaten Welshman Daniel Wells. Elsewhere Luca Brecel is through against Tian Pengfei after a 4-3 tie which was decided on the black.
12:45 - More big names through Shaun Murphy is through 4-1 over Ben Woollaston whilst Stephen Maguire has edged Robert Milkins 4-3. Nervous for Luca Brecel as he gets past Tian Pengfei on a re-spotted black! 12:15 - Allen out! We've got our first shock of the day! Mark Allen has been beaten 4-2 by Dominic Dale.
11:45 - Ding through in style Superb stuff from Ding Junhui. He's beaten Jimmy Robertson 4-1 and sealed victory with back-to-back century breaks. 11:30 - Soheil Vahedi storms through Crikey that's a blistering start from Soheil Vahedi this morning. He's hammered Jack Lisowski 4-0. Impressive stuff. It's going to be a very busy day today in Wales and we're going to lose a lot of players. Find out more with the Big Take! 10:30 - Good morning! Hello and welcome to Day 4 of the Welsh Open. This is Eurosport's live text coverage of all the day's events. Don't forget that you can keep up-to-date with all the live action either on your TV or on any of your devices on the Eurosport Player. Neil Robertson beat Wales' Jamie Clarke 4-2 in the first round of the 2020 Welsh Open 2020 Welsh Open Dates: 10-16 February Venue: Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff Coverage: Watch live across BBC Two Wales, BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, the BBC Sport website and mobile app. Reigning Welsh Open champion Neil Robertson is through to the third round after beating Mark Joyce 4-2. Joyce missed a crucial black ball in the fifth frame with the score tied at 2-2, and Robertson took full advantage to win consecutive frames for victory. Stuart Bingham progressed with a 4-1 win over Chen Feilong and Ronnie O'Sullivan beat Stuart Carrington 4-2. Wales' biggest hope Mark Williams is also through to the third round, with a 4-2 win over Jordan Brown. There were wins in the evening session for Kyren Wilson, John Higgins, Luca Brecel and Gerard Greene, who beat Ali Carter 4-0. Earlier on Wednesday, current world champion Judd Trump eased through 4-0 against Billy Joe Castle while Mark Selby beat Chen Zifan 4-1. But there was no such luck for Barry Hawkins as he fell to a 4-0 defeat against China's Tian Pengfei. Wales' hopefuls Dominic Dale, Daniel Wells and Matthew Stevens all came through their second-round matches to join compatriot Williams in the last 32. Inspired to try snooker? Find out how to get into snooker, pool and billiards with our fully inclusive guide. Sign up to My Sport to follow snooker news on the BBC app.