England's Stuart Bingham celebrates beating England's Shaun Murphy in the World Championship Snooker final at The Crucible in Sheffield, England on May 04, 2015. AFP PHOTO/PAUL ELLIS
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Stuart Bingham won the 2015 World Championship final, beating Shaun Murphy 18-15 at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre Monday to take snooker's most prestigious title for the first time in his 20-year professional career.Bingham edged further ahead at 15-12 before Murphy, world champion in 2005, fought back to level at 15-15 .The 38-year-old Bingham, who earlier in the tournament knocked out five-time world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan, then won a marathon 64-minute frame to edge closer to the title before a break of 65 took him to within touching distance at 17-15 in front.Murphy needed three chances to win a scrappy 30th frame as he leveled the match but then gave away 38 points in fouls in the next after Bingham laid a couple of excellent snookers.
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