The final of the first World Series event in Jersey proved to be the best match of the tournament.
From 3-3, John Higgins turned it on as breaks of 72, 104 and 69 saw him over the line 6-3 against Mark Selby.
The match was played in a good spirit and the crowd - the biggest of the weekend - seemed to enjoy every minute.
The mood backstage was that this first event went well, even though there will inevitably be issues to address before moving on to Berlin in July.
There is great enthusiasm for this project among those involved in it and also from the players.
Pat Mooney, the chief executive of FSTC Scotland, the promoters, has 14 cities interested in hosting events next year, so it looks like the World Series is only going to get bigger and better.