Judd Trump demolished Kyren Wilson 5-1 to reach the semi-finals of the English Open.
Trump hit two fifty-plus breaks in the first frame to go one up, and scrapped to a second.
Wilson's break of 84 was enough to halve the deficit but that was his only success with the world number one dominating.
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Trump then hit an unanswered 112 in the fourth, to go within two frames of victory.
A 65-29 win took him to five frames before a 101 break took him over the line to the last four.
In the evening's other quarter-final, Neil Robertson defeated Robbie Williams 5-2.
Williams struggled for rhythm and failed to land a single break over 50, but won the first frame 75-23.
Robertson meanwhile scored three century breaks, including a 140 in the fourth, the highest score of the tournament so far.
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