• Allen And Wilson All Square At 4-4
  • Snooker’s China Open Hits £1 Million Prize Money

Allen Wins First Masters Crown

Mark Allen enjoyed the best moment of his snooker career as he beat Kyren Wilson 10-7 in the final of the Dafabet Masters, winning a Triple Crown event for the first time. Antrim’s 31-year-old Allen came from 4-3 down to win seven of the last ten frames at Alexandra Palace, before receiving the Paul Hunter Trophy and a career-biggest cheque of £200,000. There were emotional scenes at the end of…

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Allen And Wilson All Square At 4-4

Mark Allen and Kyren Wilson finished level at 4-4 after the first session of the Dafabet Masters final at Alexandra Palace. The contest is perfectly set up ahead of the concluding session – which starts at 7pm – with first to ten frames to win the Paul Hunter Trophy and a top prize of £200,000. Both are playing in their first Masters final and aiming to win a Triple Crown…

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Snooker’s China Open Hits £1 Million Prize Money

The China Open in April will become the only snooker event other than the World Championship to hit the £1 million prize money mark, thanks to a new four-year agreement between World Snooker and joint promoters Star Xing Pai and Beijing Fuhua Culture Tourism Development Ltd. Co. Mark Selby beat Mark Williams in the final in Beijing last year The world ranking event will run from April 1 to 8…

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Allen Sets Up Wilson Final

Mark Allen scored a 6-3 win over John Higgins to reach the final of the Dafabet Masters for the first time. Allen knocked out Ronnie O’Sullivan in the quarter-finals and scored another victory over one of snooker’s all time greats with a fine display tonight.  He has now won all four of his Masters meetings with Higgins. In Sunday’s best-of-19 final, Northern Ireland’s Allen will take on Kyren Wilson for…

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