Second seed Scott Waites moved into the quarter-finals of the BDO World Championship with a comfortable win over Scot John Henderson.
Englishman Waites prevailed 4-1 against Henderson in only 45 minutes in their second-round clash at Frimley Green tonight.
While Waites was in efficient form, Henderson fell short with a succession of missed doubles to undermine his chances of victory.
Waites, who has reached the quarter-final stage in the last two years, faces Martin Phillips in the next round as he bids to finally reach the last four.
Welshman Phillips was a 4-2 winner over Paul Carter, hitting six 180s en route to victory.
Phillips said: "I watched him play against Martin Atkins and the intention was to hit him hard right from off and take legs off him but in fact that is what he did to me.
"I am full of cold and was so hot up on stage and just wanted to get the match over as quickly as possible but Paul had other ideas."
Third seed Martin Adams beat Daryl Gurney 4-1 to maintain his push towards the final.
The veteran was in control throughout against the youngster and will face Garry Thompson in the quarters. Thompson was similarly untroubled in beating Martin McCloskey 4-1.
Yesterday's matches saw Tony O'Shea set up a quarter-final with Robert Wagner and defending champion Ted Hankey and Dave Chisnall qualify to face each other.