In snooker, if a player achieves a century, but then fouls below 100, does the century still count?

So, for example, suppose a player has a break of 102, but then misses and the cue ball goes into a pocket for -4 so the player's score stands at 98. Is it still considered a century?

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No, because your question is based on a false premise: a foul does not reduce a player's score, but instead increases the opponent's.


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