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post Dec 9 2020, 08:52 PM
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Michael van Gerwen (1) v Ryan Murray or Lourence Ilagan
Ricky Evans (32) v Mickey Mansell or Haupai Puha
Joe Cullen (16) v Wayne Jones or Ciaran Teehan
Jonny Clayton (17) v John Henderson or Marko Kantele
Dave Chisnall (8) v Keegan Brown or Ryan Meikle
Danny Noppert (25) v Martijn Kleermaker or Cameron Carolissen
Dimitri van den Bergh (9) v Luke Humphries or Paul Lim
Jermaine Wattimena (24) v Derk Telnekes or Nick Kenny
Michael Smith (4) v Jason Lowe or Dmitry Gorbunov
Devon Petersen (29) v Steve Lennon or Daniel Larsson
Gary Anderson (13) v Madars Razma or Toru Suzuki
Mensur Suljovic (20) v Maik Kuivenhoven or Matthew Edgar
Rob Cross (5) v Dirk van Duijvenbode v Bradley Brooks
Jamie Hughes (28) v Adam Hunt or Lisa Ashton
Glen Durrant (12) v Steve Beaton or Diogo Portela
Adrian Lewis (21) v Damon Heta or Danny Baggish
Peter Wright (2) v Steve West or Amit Gilitwala
Gabriel Clemens (31) v Andy Hamilton or Nico Kurz
Krzysztof Ratajski (15) v Ryan Joyce v Karel Sedlacek
Simon Whitlock (18) v Darius Labanauskas or Chengan Liu
James Wade (7) v Callan Rydz or James Bailey
Stephen Bunting (26) v Andy Boulton or Deta Hedman
Ian White (10) v Kim Huybrechts or Di Zhuang
Jeffrey de Zwaan (23) v Ryan Searle or Danny Lauby
Gerwyn Price (3) v Luke Woodhouse or Jamie Lewis
Brendan Dolan (30) v Mike de Decker or Edward Foulkes
Jose de Sousa (14) v Ross Smith or David Evans
Mervyn King (19) v Max Hopp or Gordon Mathers
Nathan Aspinall (6) v Scott Waites or Matt Campbell
Vincent van der Voort (27) v Ron Meulenkamp or Boris Krcmar
Daryl Gurney (11) William O'Connor or Niels Zonneveld
Chris Dobey (22) v Jeff Smith or Keane Barry


The World Championship begins on 15 December and runs through until 3 January.

Can Peter Wright defend his world title?

Coverage will be on Sky Sports Darts.
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post Dec 9 2020, 08:54 PM
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Prize Money:

Winner (1) £500,000
Runner-up (1) £200,000
Semi-finalists (2) £100,000
Quarter-finalists (4) £50,000
Fourth round losers (8) £35,000
Third round losers (16) £25,000
Second round losers (32) £15,000
First round losers (32) £7,500
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post Dec 9 2020, 09:00 PM
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post Dec 10 2020, 09:07 AM
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I've got tickets for this next Saturday but f*** knows if I'll be able to go with this idiotic threat of LDN going into tier 3.
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post Dec 14 2020, 07:08 PM
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Odds: (Coral)

Michael van Gerwen 12/5f
Gerwyn Price 5/1
Peter Wright 6/1
Michael Smith 14/1
Jose de Sousa 16/1
Dimitri Van den Bergh 20/1
Nathan Aspinall 22/1
James Wade 25/1
Devon Petersen 28/1
Gary Anderson 33/1
Glen Durrant 33/1
Dave Chisnall 40/1
Krzysztof Ratajski 40/1
Simon Whitlock 50/1
Damon Heta 50/1
Joe Cullen 66/1
Rob Cross 66/1
Dirk van Duijvenbode 66/1
Ian White 66/1
Mensur Suljovic 80/1
Jonny Clayton 80/1
Daryl Gurney 100/1
Adrian Lewis 100/1
Jeffrey de Zwaan 100/1
Jermaine Wattimena 100/1
Gabriel Clemens 100/1
Luke Humphries 100/1
Mervyn King 125/1
Danny Noppert 125/1
Chris Dobey 150/1
Ryan Searle 200/1
Vincent van der Voort 200/1
Ross Smith 250/1
Jamie Hughes 250/1
Stephen Bunting 250/1
Brendan Dolan 250/1
William O'Connor 250/1
Callan Rydz 250/1
Keane Barry 300/1
Ricky Evans 300/1
Ryan Joyce 300/1
Kim Huybrechts 300/1
David Evans 300/1
Max Hopp 300/1
Andy Boulton 400/1
Jeff Smith 400/1
Ron Meulenkamp 500/1
Martijn Kleermaker 500/1
Steve Lennon 500/1
Jason Lowe 500/1
Luke Woodhouse 500/1
Boris Krcmar 500/1
Darius Labanauskas 500/1
Madars Razma 500/1
Steve Beaton 500/1
Keegan Brown 500/1
Scott Waites 500/1
Steve West 500/1
Nico Kurz 500/1
Jamie Lewis 500/1
Lisa Ashton 750/1
Bradley Brooks 750/1
Mike De Decker 750/1
Andy Hamilton 750/1
John Henderson 750/1
Adam Hunt 750/1
Lourence Ilagan 750/1
Maik Kuivenhoven 750/1
Niels Zonneveld 750/1
Nick Kenny 750/1
Karel Sedlacek 750/1
Ryan Murray 750/1
Ciaran Teehan 750/1
Derk Telnekes 750/1
Matthew Edgar 1000/1
Wayne Jones 1000/1
Marko Kantele 1000/1
Daniel Larsson 1000/1
Paul Lim 1000/1
Mickey Mansell 1000/1
Ryan Meikle 1000/1
Danny Baggish 1000/1
Matt Campbell 1000/1
Diogo Portela 1000/1
Deta Hedman 1000/1
James Bailey 1500/1
Danny Lauby 1500/1
Gordon Mathers 1500/1
Haupai Puha 2000/1
Cameron Carolissen 2000/1
Edward Shouji Foulkes 2000/1
Amit Gilitwala 2000/1
Dmitriy Gorbunov 2000/1
Chengan Liu 2000/1
Toru Suzuki 2000/1
Di Zhuang 2000/1
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post Dec 14 2020, 07:24 PM
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QUOTE(Dobby Helms @ Dec 10 2020, 10:07 AM) *
I've got tickets for this next Saturday but f*** knows if I'll be able to go with this idiotic threat of LDN going into tier 3.

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news:

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post Dec 14 2020, 07:58 PM
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Ironically it's turned out that actually good news. I somehow mistakenly purchased disabled tickets which I otherwise wouldn't have been refunded for. Now there aren't allowing fans in I should now be eligible for a full refund.
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post Dec 17 2020, 12:01 AM
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Four-time women's BDO world champion Lisa Ashton suffered a 3-2 first-round defeat against Adam Hunt at the PDC World Championship in London.

The 50-year-old from Bolton, who lost in round one of the 2019 event, had beaten Hunt twice this season.

A 70 finish gave her the first set but Hunt went through to face Jamie Hughes.

Deta Hedman, who denied Fallon Sherrock a place at Alexandra Palace this year, is the other female player in the event and faces Andy Boulton on Friday.
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post Dec 23 2020, 01:19 AM
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Former champions Rob Cross and Adrian Lewis both suffered surprise second-round defeats at the PDC World Championship.

Cross, the winner in 2018, lost 3-2 in a thrilling encounter with Dirk van Duijvenbode.

Earlier on Tuesday, two-time champion Adrian Lewis fell to a 3-1 loss against American Danny Baggish.

Baggish will face 2020 Premier League winner Glen Durrant next, while Van Duijvenbode takes on Adam Hunt.
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post Dec 23 2020, 09:13 AM
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Disappointment after disappointment from Jackpot these days. Peaked too early.
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post Dec 23 2020, 11:16 PM
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Michael Smith out to Jason Lowe in the second round.
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post Dec 24 2020, 09:28 AM
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He was my tip for the win this year.

Warra flop!
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post Dec 27 2020, 12:07 PM
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Post Xmas Schedule

William Hill World Darts Championship
Sunday December 27
Afternoon Session (1200 GMT)
3x Third Round
Krzysztof Ratajski v Simon Whitlock
Kim Huybrechts v Ryan Searle
Dimitri Van den Bergh v Jermaine Wattimena

Evening Session (1800 GMT)
3x Third Round
Joe Cullen v Jonny Clayton
Peter Wright v Gabriel Clemens
Michael van Gerwen v Ricky Evans

Monday December 28
Afternoon Session (1200 GMT)
3x Third Round
Jose de Sousa v Mervyn King
Dirk van Duijvenbode v Adam Hunt
Nathan Aspinall v Vincent van der Voort

Evening Session (1800 GMT)
3x Third Round
Gary Anderson v Mensur Suljovic
Gerwyn Price v Brendan Dolan
Glen Durrant v Danny Baggish

Tuesday December 29
Afternoon Session (1200 GMT)
3x Third Round
James Wade v Stephen Bunting
Daryl Gurney v Chris Dobey
Jason Lowe v Devon Petersen

Evening Session (1800 GMT)
1x Third Round
Dave Chisnall v Danny Noppert
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post Dec 27 2020, 12:09 PM
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Looking back at 2019 and seeing how many of the 32 seeds arenít even in this years event

13 D Webster
17 Barney
24 J Klaasen
25 A Norris
26 J Wilson
27 K Anderson
30 B van der Pas
31 C Reyes
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post Dec 27 2020, 09:12 PM
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Peter Wright out of the World Championship to Gabriel Clemens in a deciding set.
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Mervyn King is through to the Last 16 at the 2020/21 PDC World Darts Championship after storming past Grand Slam champion, Jose de Sousa in a 4-0 sets win.

King produced one of his best TV displays averaging towards 120 in parts of the tie but he concluded on 103 with eight 180's and 57% on the doubles as he sets up a potential tie with Gerwyn Price
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post Dec 29 2020, 09:57 AM
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Some of the players are really benefitting from lack of crowd.

Others definitely need that tho, Snakebite for example needs a crowd to play for.
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post Dec 29 2020, 10:44 PM
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Oh Joe Cullen, no.gif
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post Dec 30 2020, 09:13 AM
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Aye that was the chance of a lifetime there. 2 match darts at the Bull.

He completely choked in the very last leg and that's the difference between the good players & the great players.
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Dave Chisnall whitewashing Michael Van Gerwen!!
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