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World number four  sealed a last-eight clash against four-time winner John Higgins with a final-frame clearance of 103.

The pair were locked at 8-8 overnight, but , 28, won five of their six frames on Monday with the help of three half-century breaks.

World number 27 Walden, 35, won Monday’s opening frame to edge 9-8 ahead, but  took the next five with runs of 66, 70, and 66 before finishing with his fourth century in the last.

China’s Ding Junhui earlier sealed his place in the last eight by completing a 13-4 win against Anthony McGill.

The world number three, who had built a commanding 12-4 overnight lead, won the opening frame in Monday morning’s session and will play Barry Hawkins in the last eight.

The evening began with O’Sullivan, winner of five ranking titles this season, in uncharacteristically subdued fashion. Five-time champion Ronnie O’Sullivan won four of the day’s last five frames to trail Ali Carter 9-7 in their World Championship second-round match.

Carter gained a five-frame lead with an assured 72 after crowd favourite O’Sullivan missed a black off its spot.

O’Sullivan secured the final frame before the mid-session interval and began to display customary touches of brilliance with another run of 55.

Carter won the 14th with a 51 after O’Sullivan’s 54 was ended by an unfortunate kick on a red, but ‘The Rocket’ responded in style with runs of 79 and 105.

World Snooker Championship 2018

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Qualifying for snooker’s World Championship is purgatory, but it is massively rewarding in equal measure.

The above references cropped up time and time again when the 16 players who made it through to the sport’s showpiece event described how it felt to negotiate the three qualifying rounds.

This year’s tournament features four Crucible virgins, a strong Welsh contingent, the fifth Thai qualifier in the venue’s illustrious history, as well a former champion and a two-time runner-up who are both eager to revisit past glories.

BBC Sport takes a closer look at some new and a few not-so-new faces who have upgraded from Sheffield’s English Institute of Sport to the same city’s more glamorous Crucible surroundings to reach this year’s event.

England’s Chris Wakelin and Liam Highfield are revelling in the prospect of a first appearance, while Thailand’s Thepchaiya Un-Nooh and China’s Lyu Haotian will also be there for the first time.

Wakelin thrashed China’s Tian Pengfei in the final qualifying round and the former supermarket delivery driver says reaching round one shows simple hard work pays off.

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