Pankaj Advani concludes on a high note, claiming first place.

Pankaj Advani won all 12 matches (6 in the Y-Camp and Z-Camp) Aditya Mehta came in second place with 10,156 points. Laxman Rawat secured qualification to represent India in the forthcoming World Snooker Championship.

Pankaj Advani, the ace cuiest player, demonstrated his swagger in the GSC World Snooker Qualifiers, finishing on a high to claim first place in the tournament, winning all 12 matches (6 in the Y-Camp and Z-Camp).Pankaj dominated with 10,760 points (3,560 National points, 3,600 points from Y and Z Camps), according to a media release issued here.Aditya Mehta, the previous National champion, came in second place with 10,156 points (4000 Nationals, 2916 Y-Camp, and 3240 Z-Camp), while Laxman Rawat (PSPB), third, secured qualification to represent India in the forthcoming World Snooker Championship, which is set to take Before going on to win the game 80(63)-08, 32-70, 70-00, 86-15, and 68-49, Pankaj managed to manage to define terms.Aditya began with a bang, rolling in a neat 139 point break in the first frame and winning 139-00, 22-61, 84-46, 93-07, 60-31, and last year's victory over Laxman by a big 4-3 margin.