Mark Williams thrashed Graeme Dott 9-1 to win a second ranking event of the season at the German Masters.
The Welshman, who landed the Northern Ireland Open in November, took the opening frame with a break of 79 - one of seven half-century breaks in contrast to 2006 world champion Dott's one.
Scotland's Dott took the third with a break of 64, but Williams romped into a 7-1 lead in the opening session, compiling 110 in the eighth frame.
Any hopes Dott had of a comeback in the evening session were swiftly extinguished as breaks of 66 and 50 saw the 2000 and 2003 world champion lift the title in Berlin.
?? Your D88 German Masters Champion, @markwil147!— World Snooker (@WorldSnooker1) February 4, 2018
The Welsh Potting Machine defeats Graeme Dott 9-1 to secure his second German Masters crown, and his second ranking title of the season!
What a performance! This man just keeps on going... #D88GermanMasters pic.twitter.com/LjI2IrVTAL