The 2016 European Tour concludes this weekend as the stars of snooker return to Poland for the Gdynia Open, and selected matches are available to watch live on desktop or mobile.
The fourth staging of the three-day minor ranking event features 128 players battling it out for €125,000 in prize money as action-packed month of action continues.
The tournament is the sixth and final European Tour event of the season, following which the field for next month's Players Championship and World Grand Prix will be confirmed.
The majority of players make a swift return to the baize following last week's Welsh Open as they look to build up a head of steam at a potentially pivotal stage of the season.
Neil Robertson, who lost out to Ronnie O'Sullivan in last Sunday's final in Cardiff, has opted not to defend his title in Gdynia this week, while 'The Rocket' also misses out.
However, the likes of Mark Selby, Stuart Bingham, John Higgins, Judd Trump, Ding Junhui and Shaun Murphy will all have their eyes on the top prize.
A host of amateur and journeymen cueists will also be looking to make their mark and bolster their ranking position at a crucial stage of the campaign.
The main tournament runs from February 26-28 at the Gdynia Sports Arena, with all matches to be contested over the best of seven frames.
As well as Eurosport coverage, selected matches from each session are also available to watch live and uninterrupted at 365 so you needn't miss a pot.