Neil Robertson produced a superb comeback to beat John Higgins 10-9 in the Tour Championship final.
The Australian made a successful defence of his title after battling back from 9-4 down in Llandudno.
Robertson trailed 5-3 after an opening session that featured five century breaks.
Higgins registered a 136 and 126 en route to taking a 3-0 lead.
Robertson hit back to draw level, posting 130 and 129 along the way.
But a 127 from Higgins, followed by an 80, took him two frames clear ahead of the evening's play.
The Scot added three more frames to move 8-3 ahead, and after Robertson pulled one back, Higgins secured the 13th to move one away from claiming the title.
But the rest of the evening belonged to Robertson as he proceeded to reel off six successive frames, which included a break of 108 and concluded with 93.