After weeks of intense action and plenty of 180s, the tournament has reached an end.
Taking place at Alexandra Palace in London, it started on December 15 and came to a conclusion yesterday.
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England’s Michael Smith faced Scotland’s Peter Wright at Alexandra Palace last night.
Smith beat James Wade 6-3 in the first of the semi-finals on Sunday evening, before Wright prevailed over Gary Anderson 6-4 to book his place in the final.
Peter Wright took home the Sid Waddell Trophy for a second time after beating Michael Smith 7-5 at Alexandra Palace on Monday evening.
He had previously lifted the trophy in 2020.
How much was the prize money?
There was a total prize pot of £2.5m for the tournament as a whole.
What did the winner take home?
The winner pocketed £500,000, with the runner up taking home £200,000.
Losing semi-finalists took home £100,000 each and the players who fell at the quarter final stage took home £50,000.