Trina Gulliver secured her seventh World Championship darts title with a final-leg victory over her arch-rival Francis Hoenselaar at Frimley Green.
English star Gulliver remains unbeaten on the Lakeside stage
The Dutch player took the first set with Gulliver below par, but the 'Golden Girl' raised her game and drew level at 1-1.
The first two legs of the decider were also shared.
But in sudden death, Gulliver reached a checkout first and hit double 18 with her fourth match dart for the win.
"That was too close for comfort and I'm drained," said the 37-year-old Wantage-based player.
"I felt more comfortable and confident up there than in my two previous matches this week.
"I don't know whether that was because I know Fran's game but I knew we would have a battle. We always have a good game and we enjoy it.
"I looked at the trophy a couple of times during the match and thought, 'I want to take that back home' but at times I thought it wasn't going to be."