The five-time champion Ronnie O'Sullivan has been eliminated from the world snooker champship in Sheffield, beaten in the quarter-finals by fellow Englishman Stuart Bingham.
O'Sullivan lost 13 frames to nine.
The 39-year-old O'Sullivan who is the world number two has reached the final for the past three years.
He fought back from 5-3 down to lead 9-8 but Bingham then won five frames in a row, to reach the last four for the first time.
It has been an eventful tournament for O'Sullivan who played part of his first-round match without shoes on, was reprimanded for making an obscene gesture and illegally used his chalk to help line up a shot.
Bingham, the world number 10, will play Judd Trump in the semi-finals after the Englishman overwhelmed China's Ding Junhui 13-4.