Raymond van Barneveld thrashed Robbie Green 3-0 to ease into the second round of the William Hill World Darts Championship.
With his opponent producing a three-dart average of just 90.08, 2007 winner Van Barneveld was able to cruise to victory, dropping only two legs in the process.
A 156 checkout in a 12-dart leg set the number 12 seed from Holland on his way during the first set and tournament debutant Green never looked like getting on terms.
On a night without a notable upset, Australia's Simon Whitlock beat Dragutin Horvat, who had overcome Boris Koltsov 2-1 in a qualifier earlier in the evening.
The 2010 runner-up Whitlock never looked like dropping a set against his German opponent and produced the moment of the night as he hit the bullseye to complete a 170 checkout in the third set.
Brendan Dolan overcame Christian Kist in the most keenly-contested game of the evening.
Dolan averaged over 100 as he took the first set 3-0, but the Dutchman responded by taking the second without dropping a leg.
However, the Northern Irishman responded to win the next two sets and progress to the last 32.