Today is the last day in the second round and Ali Carter, Matthew Stevens, Ronnie O'Sullivan and Jamie Jones all book their place in the Quarter-Finals.
Jamie Jones is definitely not the same Jamie Jones who plays in goal for Leyton Orient. It would be spooky if he were, as Barry Hearn is the Chairman of Leyton Orient and World Snooker. Everyone would call it a fix. And we had enough of that two years ago with John Higgins and the News of The World. The snooker Jones beat Andrew Higginson
In the battle of former winners Ronnie O'Sullivan beat mark Williams 13-6. The closest matches of the second round were Matthew Stevens beating Barry Hawkins 13-11 and Ali Carter coming from 12-10 down to beat Judd Trump in the decider.
Carter topped Trump - but the two had a slanging match on twitter after the game, Carter calling Trump 'lucky' and Trump saying other professionals always want him to lose.
Miaaaooww... I'm sure we'll hear more of this.
Stephen Hendry (Sco) v Stephen Maguire (Sco)
Jamie Jones (Wales) v Ali Carter (Eng)
Ronnie O'Sullivan (Eng) v Neil Robertson (Aus)
Ryan Day (Wal) v Matthew Stevens (Wal)