The Masters will end its long association with Wembley when it moves across London to Alexendra Palace next year.
The Masters was staged at Wembley Conference Centre for 28 years before the building was closed in 2006.
Wembley Arena then took over hosting duties and although it was the stage for some great snooker, it was never felt to be as atmospheric as the old Conference Centre.
The move also suits the sponsors, Ladbrokes, who are also sponsoring the PDC World Darts Championship staged at Alexndra Palace a few days before the start of the Masters.
I find it hard to be nostalgic about Wembley Arena but I think it's right to keep the game's premier invitation tournament in London.
Another tournament on the move is the UK Championship, which transfers from Telford back to the Barbican Centre in York.
This building closed in 2007 but has re-opened and World Snooker have decided to re-establish it as the UK's home.
York is a lovely place, particularly just before Christmas. There is more going on there than in Telford.
However, the fanbase will have to be built up again after a five year absence.