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Definitions

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  • n. The act or skill of scoring points by making an interrupted series of pots.

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Examples

  • • King shows great break-building to take 6-4 victory

    Champion Mark Selby dumped out of Masters by confident Mark King

  • Mark King produced a superb display of break-building, including a total clearance of 139, to defeat Mark Selby 6-4.

    Champion Mark Selby dumped out of Masters by confident Mark King

  • Mark King spent the festive period "working on my break-building" and duly scored more heavily than usual in ending Mark Selby's title defence in the first round of the Masters at Wembley Arena.

    Champion Mark Selby dumped out of Masters by confident Mark King

  • That's the best break-building I've done for some time.

    Champion Mark Selby dumped out of Masters by confident Mark King

  • The match was a curious mixture of classy break-building and scrappy spells, Allen making five half-centuries to his opponent's four but the pair still requiring over three hours to complete the 10 frames.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Trump went into the second session of the best-of-19 final with an 8-3 lead but saw that advantage reduced to 9-8 as Allen fought back with a brilliant break-building display.

    BBC News - Home

  • It seemed he might breeze straight past his idol when suddenly his break-building, well, broke down.

    Home | Mail Online

  • With five more needed for victory, the conclusion should be thrilling, particularly if the impressive break-building from both players continues on Monday.

    icHuddersfield

  • With five more needed for victory, the conclusion should be thrilling, particularly if the impressive break-building from both players continues.

    RTÉ News

  • Despite neither player being able to replicate the phenomenal break-building skills showcased earlier in the 17-day tournament, there was certainly no shortage of tension as the pair traded blows in an edgy contest.

    BBC - Ouch

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