Reigning champion Gary Anderson has sent a strong message to his competitors at the World Darts Championship at London's Ally Pally.
The Scotsman has obliterated Englishman James Wade 5-1 in their quarter-final clash.
Anderson hit 10 180s and had an average score of 105.
He said he only had two hours sleep as everyone in his hotel was celebrating the New Year.
Anderson will meet Jelle Klaasen in the semifinal.
In the earlier quarter-final Klaasen beat Alan Norris 5-4. In the other match-up's Raymond van Barneveld face Michael Smith and Adrian Lewis takes on Peter Wright.