Jimmy 'Whirlwind' White hit a sparkling break of 132 on his way to a 4-0 whitewash of Peter Lines in the World Seniors Championship semi-finals in Sheffield.
The six-time Crucible finalist will face Lee Walker in Sunday evening's best-of-nine frame final (7pm BST) after the Welshman enjoyed a 4-3 win over defending champion David Lilley from 3-0 behind.
After rolling in breaks of 138, 74, 71 and 53 in a 4-1 win against Rory McLeod on Saturday, White also made a 62 to go with his 132 in drubbing UK Seniors holder Lines, who had dumped 1995 world finalist Nigel Bond 4-1 to progress to the last four.
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"I'm delighted with that," said Eurosport analyst White, who is chasing a record fourth victory at the event.
"It is a big event for me. If I win it, it leads to other things. I get in the Champion of Champions so it would be great to win this World Championship tonight.
"This is a great place when you are playing well. There is nothing like it, but when you are struggling it is a long walk to the table.
"I'm hitting the ball good. I've been practising really hard and it is starting to pay off."
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White has won the event in 2010, 2019 and 2020, but lost last year's final 5-3 to Lilley.
Lilley looked on course for a repeat clash against White after breaks of 58, 57 and 50 saw him move 3-0 clear, but former Gibraltar Open semi-finalist Walker reeled off the next four frames including a closing knock of 73 to complete the victory.
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