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The WPBSA have become aware of unusual betting patterns on a match between Thepchaiya Un-Nooh and Steve Davis.
The match took place during PTC3 at the South West Snooker Academy on Saturday, September 8.
This matter has been referred to Nigel Mawer, Head of the WPBSA's Integrity Unit, to make preliminary enquiries to establish what has taken place and to consider if any action is appropriate.
WPBSA Chairman Jason Ferguson said: "The WPBSA has a network of international partners to monitor such issues.
"We take any potential breach of the Members Betting Rules very seriously.
"Any player found guilty of such a breach is likely to be banned for life from snooker. Protecting the integrity of the sport of snooker is of paramount importance."