The new tournament, in the city of Bucharest, see the world’s top players make it through to the 7 day tournament. 

O’Sullivan, playing in only his 2nd tournament of the season, having played in the Shanghai Masters, looked in much better form as the week progressed, making it to the final with a 6-0 whitewash over Australian, Neil Robertson.

Meanwhile, Shanghai Masters runner-up, Mark Selby, was downed by 6-4 in the semi-final by Trump.

The first session saw both players with plenty of opportunities to gain a big advantage and it was O’Sullivan who came out with a 5-3 lead, as he looked to win his 29th world ranking tournament in his career.

Trump, whose last success in finals against O’Sullivan was the Grand Prix and Championship League, started the evening session in a more aggressive mood and took the first three frames of the night. O’Sullivan though, fended off the attack to counter superbly and lead 8-6. 

Trump, who has defeated O’Sullivan in Newport and London in previous seasons, was about to defeat him for the first time in Romania, as he bounced back to take the last three frames and claim the £75,000 euros and with it the inaugural winner of the title. 

Afterwards, Trump, who took his 6th title said, “It was a very tough game. Ronnie wasn’t playing well and he still should probably have beaten me in the end so it shows how good he is. He puts you under pressure just by sitting there – nobody else does that.”