Judd Trump delivered a commanding performance to beat Neil Robertson 9-6 and win the German Masters title in Berlin.
World number one Trump and Robertson begun the evening session level at four frames apiece in the best-of-15 final.
But Trump, 30, recorded breaks of 54 and 75 to open up a two-frame lead.
The two players then shared the next four frames as Trump sealed his fourth ranking title of the season with a break of 100 in the 15th.
"It was a good game, and there was a lot of high-class safety," said Trump.
"You had to earn your chance. Neil is very hard to beat, and I had to play my best safety. Every time he is in, you expect him to clean up. He is that good."
At one stage, Robertson held a 4-2 lead, but the 37-year-old, who last week whitewashed Zhou Yuelong to win the European Masters in Austria, had no answer for Trump's fightback.
"From 4-2 up, I was looking really good, but his safety was awesome," said Robertson.
"I didn't do a lot wrong to be 8-5 down, so you have to give Judd all the credit in the world because he played a fantastic match.
"Of course, I can look back at maybe a couple of mistakes, and perhaps my safety could have been better. But sometimes you have to hold your hands up and say I have been outplayed."