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Konstantinos Matemtzis (cue sports)  
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Konstantinos Matemtzis was born in Volos (Greece) 6th February 1993. He is well known in the world of pool due to his successes in this game. In the age of 16 years old, Konstantinos Matemtzis won his first world championship in 9-ball beating Shane Van Boening in the finals 21-14. He has won 4 world championships with a prize of 27,000 $ each and 7 Eurotours (each 13,000$). In the age of 15, Konstantinos Matemtzis made his first maximum break in snooker (147). He has beaten touring pro players in pocket billiards and in snooker. To name a few, in snooker he has beaten Neil Robertson (Australia), Tony Drago (Malta), Ronnie O' Sullivan (England), Steve Davis (England) , Efren Bata Reyes (Philippines), Max Eberle (America), Darren Appleton (England), Shane Van Boening (America), Ralf Souquet (Germany), Earl Strickland (America) etc. Konstantinos Matemtzis went close to break a world record in history of pool being the youngest in the Hall of Fame, a record that Ralf Souquet keeps in the age of 28 years old. Konstantinos Matemtzis is one out of the most respectful pool players worldwide. He was cover page 4 times in the WPBF (World Pocket Billiard Federation) monthly magazine. He is the youngest player in history that signs to be in Mosconi Cup for the Europe Team with Neils Feijen,Ralf Souquet, Darren Appleton and Karl Boyes. Konstantinos Matemtzis faces Earl Strickland, Shane Van Boening, Dennis Hatch, Rodney Morris and Mike Dechaine. World Pocket Billiard Federation (WPBF) official page


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