The middle Sunday of the Betfred.com World Championship marks the midway point of the Crucible marathon.
There will no finishes today but perhaps everyone needs a breather after a momentous Saturday which proved, once again, what a fascinating sporting event this is.
Steve Davis's 13-11 victory over John Higgins will go down as one of the most memorable wins in the 83-year history of the championship.
I'm not sure anyone - including Steve himself - quite believed he could actually do it until he potted that final pink.
He wept tears of joy afterwards. This is a player people have said should have retired years ago. But they don't understand the pure love he has for snooker or the visceral thrill he derives from the heat of competition.
Next up, Neil Robertson produced a stunning comeback to deny Martin Gould in a decider.
Robertson dodged a bullet and it often follows that a player who makes a great escape like that goes on to lift the trophy. But we're over a week away from finding out whether this will happen.
Graeme Dott's 13-6 victory over Stephen Maguire went almost unnoticed but he played possibly his best ever snooker at the Crucible - even including the year he won the title.
His advantage is that he knows he can win the whole thing. Mark Allen will be a tough quarter-final opponent but Glasgow's pocket dynamo has played as well as anyone in the tournament.