I'm going to go for Mark Williams' effort in 2005, positionally it was highly flawed, but the pots he made to keep that break alive are, for me, a showcase of what makes Williams such a great player.
After that, I'll go for O'Sullivan's stunning record break in 1997, and then Jimmy White's maximum in 1992. But each break is awesome, that goes without saying.
The best shot played in any of those breaks for me was O'Sullivan's splitting of the red from the pink on the penultimate black... that was genius.
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