Defending world champion Mark Williams was able to resume his second-round match at the Crucible after attending hospital following a health scare.
Welshman Williams had trailed David Gilbert 5-3 at the World Championship in Sheffield on Friday afternoon before feeling pains in his chest.
Williams subsequently posted on Twitter that he was in the A&E department of a local hospital, saying: "Couldn't stick the chest pains no more."
The 44-year-old, who made his own way to hospital, later posted: "Doctors are confidant (sic) it's not anything to do with my heart. Awaiting more tests at 10 o clock."
But Williams took his place in the morning session as he attempted to recover from his two-frame deficit, entering to huge cheers from the Crucible crowd and the Queen song 'Don't Stop Me Now'.
Williams trailed 9-7 after the second session of his best of 25 frames clash with Gilbert.
The Englishman started the session with an 82 break to extend his lead to 6-3, but Williams won the next two frames to cut the deficit to one.
But Gilbert responded with a break of 100 and won the next frame 72-47 to lead 8-5.
Williams fought back with breaks of 86 and 101 to again cut the gap to one before Gilbert extended his advantage ahead of the final session on Saturday night.