There are six world champions in the last eight of the Bank of Beijing China Open.
So much for the players not taking this event seriously...
Deadly rivals Stephen Hendry and Peter Ebdon are never going to be Facebook friends but they have shown their class by shrugging off poor seasons to make the quarter-finals.
Ronnie O'Sullivan and John Higgins may well serve up a snooker classic - they have many times before.
Shaun Murphy faces a tough tie against a resurgent Ryan Day while Graeme Dott meets Stuart Pettman, appearing in his first quarter-final in 17 years as a professional.
Dott, like Hendry and Ebdon, has shown the qualities world champions possess: the ability to dig in and fight for every victory despite the vagaries of form.
He's got as good a chance of any of the quarter-finalists of winning the title.
But with such a high quality line up, who'd want to call it right now?