In normal times the World Snooker Championship final would have finished this Monday evening, bringing to a climax 17 days of stunning shots and precise pots.
To try to compensate for its absence, we've put together 10 shots from the last 10 years - one for each from 2010 - and want you to vote for your favourite.
There are some absolute crackers so it won't be easy. Watch the video above and then make your choice...
Vote for your World Snooker Championship shot of the decade
Here are the choices :
2010: Ali Carter's outrageous fluke 2011: Judd Trump's screw-back red for position on the black 2012: Ronnie O'Sullivan's long red 2013: Ronnie O'Sullivan's pink splitting four reds 2014: Mark Selby's blue to knock out reds near pink spot 2015: Judd Trump's stunning blue pot 2016: Mark Selby's brilliant escape from a snooker 2017: Shaun Murphy's "exhibition" red off two cushions 2018: Jack Lisowski's red into the corner 2019: Gary Wilson's epic snooker
This vote will close at 20:00 BST on Monday, 4 May
You voted Gary Wilson's epic snooker in 2019 as the best shot from the last decade at the World Snooker Championship.
His crafty play against Judd Trump won 30% of the vote, with Shaun Murphy's "exhibition shot" in second place on 28% and Ronnie O'Sullivan's 2013 effort drawing 11% of votes.
You voted Gary Wilson's epic snooker in 2019 as the best shot from the last decade at the World Snooker Championship.His crafty play against Judd Trump won 30% of the vote, with Shaun Murphy's "exhibition shot" in second place on 28% and Ronnie O'Sul