Defending champion, Pankaj Advani from India is now a match away to defend his title. He has now set stage to play final of 2015 IBSF World 6Reds with reigning world snooker champion, Yan Bingtao of China, who also looking for crown in another format too.
Today the morning session saw outstanding game of snooker in both the semi finals where matches reached till the deciding frames and had nail-biting finish.
The first semi final was between defending champion, Pankaj Advani and host nation's youngster Asjad Iqbal.
In good zeal, Asjad capitalized first two frames having breaks of 34 and 56. Advani who was mute spectator in first two frames got back on to the job and countered both the frames by producing three consecutive breaks of 38,34 and 31 points to gain 3-2 lead.
The real contest begun after that where both had tightened the strings that resulted in an alternate frame wins for each other. The 8th frame went in favour of Asjad where he produced break of 34 without giving any chance to Advani, but in the decider, Advani turned the entire match towards his side by winning the frame 52-14.
The other semi final was appearing to be an easy walk for former world champion and Pakistan's favourite, Muhammad Asif who blanked reigning world champion Yan Bingtao of China in first three frames. Asif scored heavily having breaks of 34, 71 and 46 and aimed to make a clear sweep, but Bingtao had decided something else and won the fourth frame having break of 33 points to narrow the deficit.
On that Asif, quickly capitalized the fourth frame to put extra pressure on Bingtao. In such do-or-die situation, Bingtao regained his all lost confidence and went steadily to win frames over frame and set decider. Finally in last moments, he annexed the deciding frame to step in the final.