Dart WM - Infos, Spielplan und Ergebnisse der aktuellen PDC Dart WM - der Dart Weltmeisterschaft der PDC, offiziell William Hill World Darts. Die World Professional Darts Championship sind die Weltmeisterschaften im Darts. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Geschichte. BDO; PDC; Neun-Darter. Dez. Die PDC Darts WM ist das wohl wichtigste Turnier im Dartsport. Auch in diesem Jahr werden sich die Besten der Welt im Alexandra Palace.
However, Dobromyslova was the clear crowd favourite and the pressure showed on van Eijden as he lost the first leg. This seemed to awaken the Dutchman as he reeled off the next three legs before a thirteen darter helped the Russian to level the match.
The champion and second seed Raymond van Barneveld began his challenge for the championship against English qualifier Mark Stephenson.
However, his third set was less comfortable, as Stephenson gained his first leg with a checkout and then sent the set into a deciding leg. Manley, a three-time runner-up at the PDC World Championship, took the first set with ease including a checkout.
Manley, sensing a defeat, quickly took the next set 3—0 to send the match into a decider. The fourth day only featured play in the evening, and began with a major upset as twenty-second seed Chris Mason fell in straight sets to year-old Irishman John MaGowan.
Both were debutants though it was the Finn who settled in earlier, completing a checkout before a 12 darter put him 2—0 up. Ilagan won two more legs but Kantele was always in control and a 60 checkout completed the final preliminary round match.
Sixth seed young gun Adrian Lewis , twice a quarter-finalist at the World Championship, entered the tournament facing off against veteran Australian Russell Stewart who was making his debut at the PDC version of the event despite making eleven appearances in the BDO World Championship.
Lewis stormed through the first set, including three s and a finish to complete a 12 darter to take the set. The next match was hyped before the tournament as the match of the first round, however it proved to be anything but as BDO World Champion Jelle Klaasen dropped only one leg in a clinical demolition of tenth seed Colin Lloyd.
The last day of play before the Christmas break featured eight round one games to finish up the first round. First up was twenty-sixth seed Andy Smith , a first round loser last year, taking on debutant Tony Ayres.
An even contest saw Ayres take the third with finishes of and but Smith took the fourth including a checkout. The next match was an unexpected demolition of twenty-seventh seed Adrian Gray , who did not win a leg in a whitewash defeat by top Australian player Paul Nicholson.
Though Nicholson did not hit any s, he did hit showpiece checkouts of and to set up a match with Adrian Lewis in the second round, who had beaten his fellow Australian Russell Stewart the previous day.
A checkout helped Shepherd lead in the first set, but clean checkouts of 98 and 97 in two consecutive legs ensured that van der Rassel took the first set.
The final game of the afternoon also went to a deciding set though it did not look to be at first as thirtieth seed Tony Eccles shot to a 2—0 in sets lead against Remco van Eijden , the conqueror of Ladies World Champion Anastasia Dobromyslova in the preliminary round.
Eccles included a checkout in the first set, which he won 3—0, and though the second set was closer in going to a deciding leg, Eccles came out on top to give himself a strong lead.
However, the match was far from over as van Eijden took the third set in a deciding leg with a gutsy checkout, and in the deciding leg of the fourth Eccles missed five darts for the match before van Eijden levelled the match.
Kantele took the first set with some eye-catching finishing, hitting checkouts of and both on the bull to carve himself a lead despite superior scoring from Baxter.
Though Kantele again finished on the bull with a checkout in the second set, Baxter held his throw under pressure to level the match.
The fourteenth seed Colin Osborne , a quarter-finalist in but a first round loser last year, opened his campaign with a clinical straight-sets victory over South African Charles Losper.
Losper, now with his back to the wall, appeared to gain steam as a 14 darter gave him a two leg advantage in the third set, but Osborne regrouped and a 96 checkout gave him victory in the deciding leg of the set.
The tournament resumed and the second round began on day six, which opened with a remarkable match between old PDC stalwart Dennis Smith and young Kevin McDine.
In the deciding leg of the first set, Smith missed darts to take the opener so McDine stepped in to take it. The second set also went to a decider, and McDine performed an 11 dart finish to open up a 2—0 lead.
Two fourteen darters and a fifteen dart finish ensured that Smith continued his resurgence in the fifth set, and he levelled the match in the deciding leg of the sixth set.
From here there was only going to be one winner as Smith landed double eight to complete a famous comeback. Both players averaged above 90 in a match that would go down as a classic.
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As a result, there is no longer a unified world champion in the sport. The BDO have organised their version dating back to , when it was held at the Heart of the Midlands nightclub, Nottingham.
The following year it moved to the Jollees Cabaret Club , Stoke , where it stayed until British Darts Organisation current sponsors: Professional Darts Corporation current sponsors: The following sortable table lists all winners of both versions of the World Championship correct as of 1 January The following sortable table lists all winners of both versions of the World Championship correct as of 12 January From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
England Stephen Bunting 98, England Stephen Bunting 86, Deutschland Jyhan Artut 81, Niederlande Raymond van Barneveld 99, England Michael Smith 97, England Michael Smith 95, Niederlande Jeffrey de Zwaan 96, England Michael Smith , England Steve Beaton 92, England Steve Beaton 95, Neuseeland Koha Kokiri 93, Niederlande Benito van de Pas 83, England Ian White 92, Belgien Dimitri Van den Bergh 95, Belgien Dimitri Van den Bergh 92, Niederlande Benito van de Pas 95, Niederlande Benito van de Pas 87, Deutschland Max Hopp 89, England Adrian Lewis 99, Niederlande Jan Dekker 89, England Adrian Lewis , England Andrew Gilding 82, England Andrew Gilding 90, Wales Gerwyn Price 83, England Adrian Lewis 98, Belgien Kim Huybrechts 92, England David Pallett 91, England David Pallett 92, Niederlande Jermaine Wattimena 87, Schottland Peter Wright , Schottland Peter Wright 95, England Keegan Brown 83, Schottland Peter Wright 99, Belgien Ronny Huybrechts 92, England Dean Winstanley 88, Belgien Ronny Huybrechts 91, England Dave Chisnall , England Dave Chisnall 99, Osterreich Rowby-John Rodriguez 89, Niederlande Christian Kist 95, England Justin Pipe 75, Niederlande Christian Kist 93, Schottland Gary Anderson 99, England Andy Boulton 85, Nordirland Daryl Gurney 96, Wales Jamie Lewis 90, Nordirland Daryl Gurney 94, Schottland Gary Anderson , Niederlande Vincent van der Voort 95, Australien Laurence Ryder 81, Australien Kyle Anderson 92, Nordirland Brendan Dolan 87, Australien Kyle Anderson 90, England James Wade 88, England James Wade 95, Griechenland John Michael 84, England James Wade 92, England Wes Newton 84, England Wes Newton 77, Spanien Cristo Reyes 87, England James Wade 93, England Jamie Caven 88, Australien Simon Whitlock 92, England Ricky Evans 93, England Ricky Evans 82, England Jamie Caven 91, England Jamie Caven 96, Neuseeland Rob Szabo 86, Schottland Robert Thornton 88, England Alan Norris 96, England Alan Norris 94, England Joe Murnan 89, England Andy Hamilton 86, England Joe Murnan 86,