Judd Trump won his first ranking tournament of 2022 on Sunday evening, beating fellow Englishman Matt Selt in the final.
The former world champion performed superbly in the tournament's showpiece, making a maximum break of 147 in the 10th frame.
The clearance saw the left-hander take a 7-3 lead, and further breaks of 73, 82 and 114 saw him seal a 10-4 victory and secure the £100,000 prize.
A tense first session ended with Trump leading 5-3, and the 32-year-old looked to be in trouble after resuming, as he gave away a remarkable 60 points in fouls after being trapped in a difficult snooker.
However, Trump's risk eventually was worth the reward, as he proceeded to make an 88 clearance and win the frame. The frame ended up having a combined points tally of 189, three shy of the 192 all-time record.
After falling just short of last week's Welsh Open and losing in the final to Joe Perry, Trump managed to build on his performance and add silverware to his already impressive trophy cabinet.
Following the match, Trump said his Welsh Open shortcomings helped build his confidence as he headed to Turkey.
"There was a time this season where I've been struggling quite badly so last week was a bit of a confidence boost to get to the final.
"This is a special one to battle back the way I have done and get the victory against Matt and I owe him a lot. At the start of my career he was the person that told me to go down to Essex and that's where my career took off."
Trump also commented on his 147, stating it could be the best he's made throughout his career.
"I don't think I've ever made one in a final before. It's normally in the first round or when no-one's there. To do it in front of this audience could be my most special one."