Ronnie O'Sullivan makes 15th career maximum break two days after calling venue a 'hellhole'
On Monday, Ronnie O'Sullivan called K2 Crawley a 'hellhole, but today he made his 15th 147 break at the English Open at K2 Crawley..
The five-time world champion made the maximum clearance in the final frame of his second-round 4-0 whitewash of Allan Taylor.
He will have to share the Â£17,000 total prize after Thepchaiya Un-Nooh's 147 on Tuesday.
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On Monday O'Sullivan, 42, criticised the venue, saying it smelt of urine.