Kyren Wilson fired in a sensational 147 break during his First Round clash with Ryan Day at the World Snooker Championship on Wednesday.
The Warrior produced the 13th maximum in Crucible history in the fifth frame, putting him on course to pocket £40,000 as well as the £15,000 high break prize.
Wilson endured a slow start to the contest, slipping 2-0 behind, but levelled after runs of 133 and 83 before completing the turnaround with a beautifully crafted 147.
The 2020 finalist becomes the ninth different player to achieve snooker’s holy grail in Sheffield, while he is also the 14th player to hit a 147 on four or more occasions.
The 188th maximum break in tournament play, it is also the 12th of the season. Ironically, Day compiled the most recent one at the Tour Championship, where Wilson was runner-up to Shaun Murphy.
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147 breaks at the The Crucible
|Kyren Wilson||2023||First round||Ryan Day|
|Neil Robertson||2022||Second round||Jack Lisowski|
|John Higgins||2020||Second round||Kurt Maflin|
|Stephen Hendry||2012||First round||Stuart Bingham|
|Stephen Hendry||2009||Quarter-final||Shaun Murphy|
|Ali Carter||2008||Quarter-final||Peter Ebdon|
|Ronnie O’Sullivan||2008||Second round||Mark Williams|
|Mark Williams||2005||First round||Robert Milkins|
|Ronnie O’Sullivan||2003||First round||Marco Fu|
|Ronnie O’Sullivan||1997||First round||Mick Price|
|Stephen Hendry||1995||Semi-final||Jimmy White|
|Jimmy White||1992||First round||Tony Drago|
|Cliff Thorburn||1983||Second round||Terry Griffiths|