Ronnie O'Sullivan broke Stephen Hendry's all-time record of career centuries with a 101 break in the first frame of his quarter-final against Marco Fu at the Masters.
But how did The Rocket achieve the feat? BBC Sport takes a look.
It will take O'Sullivan six more years to reach the milestone of 1,000 centuries, providing he compiles at least 34 a season.
The nearest player to O'Sullivan's record who is still on the tour is Scotland's John Higgins, a huge 208 centuries behind.
O'Sullivan's 147 break against Mick Price at the 1997 World Championship is the fastest maximum in history.
All stats correct as of 15 January 2015