Former world champion Stuart Bingham won the Gibraltar Open with a 4-1 victory over defending champion Ryan Day in the final.
Bingham lost the first frame after he missed a red on a break of 48 and Welshman Day made an 83 clearance.
But the 2015 world champion made breaks of 100, 84 and 103 en route to victory.
The win earned Bingham £25,000 while his run to the final ensured the Englishman a place at the lucrative Tour Championship, starting on Tuesday.
"My main goal this week was to get into the Tour Championship. Once I got that, I relaxed a bit and had my eyes on the title," said Bingham.
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