Mark Selby beat fellow Englishman Jack Lisowski 9-6 to win his first Scottish Open title in Glasgow.
Selby, a runner-up in this tournament in 2003, twice found himself trailing before taking control from the seventh.
After two long frames the 36-year-old eventually fired himself into an 8-5 lead, one short of the title.
Lisowski, who knocked out holder Mark Allen in the semi-finals, delayed the win by a frame before eventually succumbing in the 15th.
Selby went in to the event after suffering a shock fourth-round defeat by world number 43 Matthew Stevens in York earlier this month and had said at the time that he would take a rest before competing in Scotland.
"Amazing," Selby told World Snooker after the win in Glasgow. "Obviously coming here this week after the UK [Championship], I had a disappointing performance out there and I was telling myself 'I might not even play in the Scottish because I haven't played in the last few years and I might pull out again.'
"But I thought 'just get back on the bike and go again.' And here I am at the end of the week and picking up the trophy. Unbelievable, really."