Kurt Maflin

Three-time Ranking Semi-Finalist

World Ranking

43

Money List Earnings

£140,100

One Year List Earnings

£72,000

Norwegian
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08/08/1983

Date of Birth

2001

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

147 - 2 times

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

229

Frames Played

123

Frames Won

106

Frames Lost

53.71%

Frames Won Percentage

5,551

Shots Played

24.24

Shots Per Frame

64

Breaks Over 50

3.58

50 Break Rate

14

Breaks Over 100

16.36

100 Break Rate

Bio

Born in England, Kurt Maflin is a three-time ranking event semi-finalist who has represented Norway in international competition since moving to Oslo in 2004.

Having first turned professional in 2001 it was not until he regained his place by winning the 2010 EBSA Play-Offs that he began to establish himself on the World Snooker Tour.

Maflin reached his first ranking event semi-final at the 2013 Players Tour Championship Grand Final, defeating Ken Doherty, Rod Lawler and Ben Woollaston before losing to eventual champion Ding Junhui.

He repeated the feat at the 2015 China Open and five years later at the 2020 Riga Masters, also reaching the quarter-final stages of a ranking event on a further four occasions.

He achieved a career-high ranking to date of 31 in 2015 and has remained ranked inside of the top 64 since 2013.