Ronnie O'Sullivan's capture of his fourth Masters title at Wembley tonight was in many ways his greatest ever achievement.
Ronnie was using a new cue and held his composure against one of snooker's hardest match players in Mark Selby.
His 10-8 victory was completed by winning four frames on the black and proved that, deep down, winning really matters to him, regardless of what he says.
I take my hat off to him. He is snooker's biggest draw and, currently, comfortably its best player.
Whatever else anyone thinks of Ronnie, nobody can deny his extraordinary talent.