The rapid, one-frame Snooker Shoot-Out returns to Blackpool this weekend, with rising stars and legends of the game fighting for the prize.
Green baize disciples of a certain age will have fond memories of Pot Black, a half-hour television show on Friday nights in which the likes of Ray Reardon and Alex Higgins took each other on over a single frame of snooker. It was a programme that ushered in the sport's first golden era.
Promoter Barry Hearn has given the format a modern twist, adding an FA Cup-style draw that can pitch minnows against giants, with all of the potential for shocks that the short format can offer.
And the draw for this year's first round has thrown up some intriguing match-ups. The pick of them is undoubtedly defending champion Barry Hawkins versus six-time world champ and legend of the game, Steve Davis. Newly-crowned Masters champion and current World number one Mark Selby takes on another former world champion Ken Doherty, while John Higgins will play Peter Lines. Crowd favourite Jimmy White will meet Thailand's Thepchaiya Un-Nooh.
Other big names hunting Sunday night's first prize include Stephen McGuire, Ding Junhui, Shaun Murphy, Ali Carter, Peter Ebdon, Matthew Stevens and Graeme Dott.
Barry Hawkins begins the defence of his crown against the legendary Nugget, Steve Davis