Never let anyone tell you that snooker isn't exciting.
And if they do, show them a tape of Ryan Day v Mark Selby from the Royal London Watches Grand Prix last night.
Day missed a red with a chance to lead 4-0 and it looked like it might be a massive turning point.
At 4-3, he had a chance to force a re-spot but missed the pink. But at 4-4, he superbly cleared with 55 to the black after Selby missed matchball red.
Why on earth did Mark play it at pace, disturbing reds on the top cushion when he didn't need to?
Whatever the reason, it contributed to a pulsating encounter and proved that you don't need big breaks every frame to produce great entertainment.