The World Grand Prix in Dublin, the widest open major darts tournament in memory, reaches its semi-final stage on Friday night with four surprise participants.
Simon Whitlock won through to the World Grand Prix semi-finals for the first time with a straight sets romp against Benito van de Pas, but his 120 finish left everyone gasping.
New World Grand Prix favourite Mensur Suljovic had more pressing issues on his mind after reaching the semi-finals on Thursday night.
Peter Wright may be the bookmakers' favourite and Barney the man who has been there and done it but it is Mensur Suljovic who goes into the World Grand Prix quarter-finals as the man chasing back-to-back majors.
John Henderson's fairytale run at the World Grand Prix continued as he came from a set down to stun Raymond van Barneveld and book a semi-final spot in Dublin.
John Henderson vs Raymond van Barneveld and Mensur Suljovic vs Peter Wright headline the quarter-finals at the World Grand Prix in Dublin.
Peter Wright said he felt his right elbow go "twang" before moving into his first quarter-final at the World Grand Prix with a win over Mervyn King on Wednesday.
Peter Wright lived up to his billing as new World Grand Prix favourite by coming from a set down to defeat former finalist Mervyn King and reach the quarter-finals on Wednesday.
Mensur Suljovic was in ruthless mood at the World Grand Prix in Dublin on Wednesday night as he struck with a moment of magic.
Raymond van Barneveld will meet Michael van Gerwen's Grand Prix conqueror John Henderson on Thursday, with both relishing the match-up.
What a season Peter Wright has enjoyed.