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German Darts Masters 2014

Taylor beats van Gerwen to win German Darts Masters
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Phil Taylor beat Michael van Gerwen to win the German Darts Masters in Berlin in great style with a 6-4 win and with a 107.12 average, Taylor started the final day with a 104.78 in his 6-3 win over Dave Chisnall in the last 16. He then whitewashed his World Championship nemesis Michael Smith 6-0 with a 109.98 average to move into the semi-finals where he beat current Lakeside Champion Stephen Bunting 6-3 with a 102.90 before his win over van Gerwen to continue his good form.
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German Darts Masters (RESULTS) Saturday Arpril 19
First Round
Ronny Huybrechts 5-6 Jarkko Komula
Jamie Lewis 2-6 Dave Pallett
Peter Hudson 2-6 Andrew Gilding
Raymond van Barnaveld 2-6 Ronnie Baxter
Michael Mansell 2-6 Michael Smith
Jerry Hendriks 4-6 Madnus Caris
Jelle Klaasen 3-6 Jyhan Artut
Joe Murnan 2-6 Andy Smith
 
Ave 180s       Ave 180s
90.55 1 Ronny Huybrechts 5-6 Jarkko Komula 88.67 2
91.97 1 Jamie Lewis 2-6 David Pallett 94.93 4
93.18 1 Peter Hudson 2-6 Andrew Gilding 100.03 3
90.40 1 R v Barneveld 2-6 Ronnie Baxter 90.56 5
93.14 1 Michael Mansell 2-6 Michael Smith 104.08 5
77.41 1 Jerry Hendriks 4-6 Magnus Caris 88.45 1
90.36 2 Jelle Klaasen 3-6 Jyhan Artut 92.13 2
81.80 0 Joe Murnan 2-6 Andy Smith 86.01 0

 

Results – First Round
Kirk Shepherd 6-1 Marcel Hausotter
John Henderson 6-4 Steve Hine
Jani Haavisto 6-1 Andree Welge
Dean Winstanley 5-6 Steve Douglas
Steve West 6-0 Max Hopp
Ross Smith 1-6 Stephen Bunting
Vincent van der Voort 6-4 Mark Webster
Alex Roy 2-6 Paul Nicholson
 
Ave 180s       Ave 180s
81.36 0 Kirk Shepherd 6-1 Marcel Hausotter 73.95 1
92.85 4 John Henderson 6-4 Steve Hine 86.11 1
88.22 2 Jani Haavisto 6-1 Andree Welge 87.05 0
86.04 2 Dean Winstanley 5-6 Steve Douglas 87.08 5
92.02 1 Steve West 6-0 Max Hopp 83.28 2
81.36 1 Ross Smith 1-6 Stephen Bunting 89.10 3
92.96 5 Vincent van der Voort 6-4 Mark Webster 86.40 2
81.82 1 Alex Roy 2-6 Paul Nicholson 95.41 6

 

Second Round – Sunday 20 
Jamie Caven 1-6 Andrew Gilding
Robert Thornton 3-6 Vincent van der Voort
Justin Pipe 4-6 Stephen Bunting
Andy Hamilton 4-6 David Pallett
Mervyn King 5-6 Michael Smith
Wes Newton 6-4 Jarkko Komula
Steve Beaton 6-2 Steve Douglas
Dave Chisnall 6-3 Steve West
Peter Wright 5-6 John Henderson
Brendan Dolan 6-4 Kirk Shepherd
Kim Huybrechts 6-1 Paul Nicholson
Adrian Lewis 6-3 Andy Smith
Phil Taylor 6-0 Magnus Caris
Michael van Gerwen 6-0 Jyhan Artut
Ian White 6-5 Ronnie Baxter
Simon Whitlock 6-4 Jani Haavisto 
 
Monday April 21 – Third Round
Brendan Dolan 3-6 Stephen Bunting
Vincent van der Voort 6-5 Ian White
Andrew Gilding 1-6 Michael Smith
Dave Chisnall 3-6 Phil Taylor
Kim Huybrechts 2-6 Adrian Lewis
John Henderson 6-2 Simon Whitlock
Steve Beaton 6-2 Wes Newton
Michael van Gerwen 6-3 David Pallett

 

Ave 180s       Ave 180s
99.83 2 Brendan Dolan 3-6 Stephen Bunting 100.19 0
93.75 1 Vincent van der Voort 6-5 Ian White 92.00 2
90.95 0 Andrew Gilding 1-6 Michael Smith 99.21 3
94.01 4 Dave Chisnall 3-6 Phil Taylor 104.78 4
82.29 0 Kim Huybrechts 2-6 Adrian Lewis 91.80 2
106.12 4 John Henderson 6-2 Simon Whitlock 89.57 1
99.00 2 Steve Beaton 6-2 Wes Newton 90.93 0
100.34 5 Michael van Gerwen 6-3 David Pallett 93.00 3

 

Quarter-Finals
Stephen Bunting 6-1 Vincent van der Voort
Michael Smith 0-6 Phil Taylor
Adrian Lewis 6-2 John Henderson
Steve Beaton 0-6 Michael van Gerwen
 
Semi-Finals
Adrian Lewis 3-6 Michael van Gerwen
Phil Taylor 6-3 Stephen Bunting

Michael van Gerwen claimed victory over great rival Adrian Lewis as he reached the German Darts Masters final with a 6-3 triumph, despite the Stoke ace hitting five 180s. Lewis’ first maximum came in the opening leg, but he missed double 16 as van Gerwen broke on tops and then doubled his lead with the aid of a 171 score. Lewis landed another maximum as he got off the mark in leg three, but van Gerwen posted a 180 in a 14-darter as he moved 3-1 up. Lewis replied in 13 darts, hitting a 180 and double ten – although van Gerwen had a dart at tops to finish 104. The Dutchman hit the bed in the sixth leg and left 40 after 12 darts in the next, only for Lewis to hit a 118 finish to pull back to 4-3. Van Gerwen posted a 180 and double eight to win his fifth leg, and though Lewis landed a maximum in the next, two misses at double eight allowed the Dutch ace in to hit the same bed and seal his spot in the final.

Phil Taylor won through to the German Darts Masters final with a heavy-scoring 6-3 win over Stephen Bunting at the Maritim Hotel in Berlin. Taylor hit a 170 score to leave 32 in the opening leg, but three misses at double 16 allowed Bunting in to take out 120 to move ahead. Taylor posted a 180 and double five to level, and added another maximum in the third leg only to miss two darts at double 14 as Bunting finnished 90 on the bull to edge 2-1 up. Taylor added another 180 and a 121 finish for a 12-darter as he levelled, before he finally broke in the fifth leg, responding to a 180 from Bunting with a 165 score, and when the St Helens ace missed the bullseye he capitalised on double eight for a 13-darter. Double 16 moved him 4-2 up, and though Bunting replied on double eight, Taylor finished double 16 to take a 5-3 led before sealing victory in style with an 11-dart leg, scoring a 177 on the way and jumping on a miss from Bunting at the bull for a 170 checkout.

 

Final

Phil Taylor 6-4 Michael van Gerwen

 

0-0 – Phil Taylor wins the bull and will throw first.
1-0 – Taylor takes out 60 on tops to take the opening leg.
1-1 – Taylor misses double 13 to break throw, and van Gerwen takes out 48 to level.
2-1 – The pair each land a 177 score, before Taylor takes out 87 on double 18 for a 12-dart leg.
3-1 – Taylor hits a 174 score before van Gerwen misses the bull for a 170 finish, with two misses at tops from the Stoke great allowing his rival back in, only for the World Champion to miss two darts at double eight, giving Taylor a break of throw on tops.
3-2 – Taylor misses a second double top to complete a 100 combination, and van Gerwen takes out 80 on the same bed to break back.
3-3 – van Gerwen hits a 180 as he levels with a 13-dart leg, ending on double 16.
4-3 – The pair trade 180s before Taylor hits a 177 to leave 24, and he pins double 12 for a 13-darter to regain the edge.
4-4 – van Gerwen scores 140, 180 and 105 before finishing 76 on double eight for a fine 11-darter to level.
5-4 – van Gerwen opens with a 174, but Taylor lands a 180 and completes an 11-darter in reply to move a leg away from the title.
6-4 – Taylor seals victory in brilliant style with another 13-darter, opening with a 180 and wiring two darts at double 16 for the game only for van Gerwen to miss tops to force a decider, allowing him back in on double 16.

 

Ave 180s       Ave 180s
    Quarter-Finals        
100.70 3 Stephen Bunting 6-1 Vincent van der Voort 99.46 4
92.23 0 Michael Smith 0-6 Phil Taylor 109.98 1
90.69 3 Adrian Lewis 6-2 John Henderson 85.79 2
84.58 1 Steve Beaton 0-6 Michael van Gerwen 94.93 0
    Semi-Finals        
92.27 2 Stephen Bunting 3-6 Phil Taylor 102.90 3
94.55 5 Adrian Lewis 3-6 Michael van Gerwen 100.50 2
    Final        
107.12 3 Phil Taylor 6-4 Michael van Gerwen 103.19 3

 

All games are the best of 11 legs. Sunday’s games to be played in draw bracket order as per above bracket. 

Prize Fund
Winner £20,000
Runner – Up £8,000
Semi – Finals             £4,000
Quarter – Finals £3,000
Last 16 £2,000
Last 32 £1,250
Last 48 £1,000
TOTAL £100,000

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