The maximum 147 break, one of the most difficult feats to achieve in sport.
There have been 10 maximums at the World Championship, but how much do you know about the players that have compiled the breaks?
Watch the videos of the closing moments and see if you can answer the questions.
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Ebdon made 377 century breaks, including two official 147s
Former world champion Peter Ebdon has announced his retirement from snooker because of a chronic neck injury.
The 49-year-old won the World Championship title in 2002 – beating Stephen Hendry 18-17 in the final – and won eight other ranking events, including the 2006 UK Championship.
He has made the decision to retire in order to avoid spinal surgery.
“Having weighed everything up that is the decision I have come to,” Ebdon told Betfred.
“I had an MRI scan about seven weeks ago, which picked up significant wear and tear in my neck. There is serious deterioration [...]