PDC World Championship: £100,000 on offer for two nine-dart finishes
There’s an incentive for players to record legs with all the information that any player who hits on two finishes during the tournament will receive # 100,000, in the upcoming PDC World Championship.
There were 47 such finishes about the PDC circuit in 2019 Michael van Gerwen’s effort against Adrian Lewis in the Players Championship Finals.
But, such frequency hasn’t been reflected together with the coming from the 2016 semi-final, when Gary Anderson struck gold.
Nobody has recorded two while nine-darters have been hit by seven gamers at the Ally Pally.
Prize is should any player achieve that feat over the next three weeks.
“The grade of top notch darts has continued to soar this year and that has been evident in the record number of nine-darters across the circuit,” said PDC Chairman Barry Hearn.
“The World Championship is the best platform for bringing the most out of players, and also this #100,000 bonus for 2 nine-darters is just another huge incentive for a player to make background at Ally Pally.”
Phil Taylor is the player who has achieved two legs that are impeccable at a event that is , with both from the 2010 Premier League closing.
Three-time champ Michael van Gerwen came closest to reaching two – remarkably in successive legs against James Wade at 2013. He missed D12 to accomplish an unparalleled effort.
With world No 1 Colin Lloyd wondering a decoration isn’t available for a Single nine-darter the transfer was discussed on the latest episode of this Darts Show Podcast:
If two or more players break new ground by reaching two nine-dart endings, the bonus could be shared on a pro rata basis.
All the action in Ally Pally gets underway on Friday with the first of 16 times of policy live from 7pm on Sky Sports Darts & Main Event.
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