I've enjoyed the Welsh Open so far. The snooker's been good, the crowds have been good and we've had the right mix of shock results and top players getting through.
Marco Fu could well give Ronnie O'Sullivan problems today. He is 7-7 on career meetings with the world champion - an excellent record and better than most can boast.
Fu beat O'Sullivan 9-6 in last season's Royal London Watches Grand Prix final. He also won 5-4 at the China Open, although on that occasion O'Sullivan resorted to bashing the balls around in the decider.
O'Sullivan doesn't particularly like playing the Hong Kong potter because Fu is methodical and keeps his emotions inside, so that he remains an inscrutable presence at the table.
The latest chapter of O'Sullivan v Fu is live at 1pm UK time.
The other main TV match tonight pits John Higgins against Neil Robertson.
Higgins's form comes and goes. He didn't put much practice in for the event as he took his wife and three children to Center Parcs for a holiday over the weekend.
Nevetherless, the twice world champion is always a danger and Robertson will have to play better than he did against Jamie Burnett to stay on course for a second Welsh title, having won in Newport two years ago.