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