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Gerwyn Price 3. Jonny Clayton. Ryan Joyce Q. Mikuru Suzuki BDO. Ryan Joyce Mikuru Suzuki Jonny Clayton Group H [ edit ] Pos. Nathan Aspinall 6.
Ricky Evans Q. Wayne Warren BDO. Wayne Warren Ricky Evans Dimitri Van den Bergh Second round best of 19 legs 20—21 November. Quarter-finals best of 31 legs 22 November.
Semi-finals best of 31 legs 23 November. Final best of 31 legs 24 November. Michael van Gerwen 1 Gary Anderson 8 Simon Whitlock Q Adam Hunt Q Michael Smith 4 This first priority list could have up to a maximum of 22 different qualifiers in the following order.
The 32 players are drawn into eight groups of four players during the round-robin stage, and they will play each other once.
The opening games are decided by a draw, with the second set of matches seeing the two winners from the first games meeting each other, and the two losers also playing each other.
The third set of matches will consist of the pairings which have not previously met. Two points are awarded for a win and no points will be awarded for a loss.
Each game is the best of nine legs. The highest ranked player on the Winter Series of Merit not to have qualified as of yet will be awarded a place.
Any winners of the Winter Series events who have not yet qualified will join the reserve list. Should any players also withdraw, the names will come from that reserve list.
A 94 average from Cross was enough for him to put a dismal Winter Series behind him and start in impressive fashion with a win over Justin Pipe.
Bar a run to the final at the European Championship, Voltage has been well below his best this year, but he was too strong for The Force.
In the other game in the group runner-up Chisnall came from down to defy a 97 average and beat Luke Humphries in a game that featured 28 missed darts at double, including two for the match in the final leg from Humphries.
But it was World Matchplay champion Van den Bergh who stole the show with the performance of the first round to blow away 'Rapid' Ricky Evans with the highest recorded average in the tournament's history.
The Belgian needed just 78 darts to see off Evans, and that included him going eight darts of the way to a perfect nine-dart leg before wrapping up a win with a Don't miss a dart from the Grand Slam of Darts on Sky Sports as the action continues on Tuesday with another double session on Tuesday - join us from 1pm on Sky Sports Arena and follow us SkySportsDarts for updates and clips throughout the tournament.
Gibraltar Darts Trophy. Krzysztof Ratajski. Glen Durrant. Mikuru Suzuki. BDO World Trophy. Jim Williams. Michael van Gerwen 1. Adrian Lewis Q.
Jim Williams BDO. Ross Smith Q. Jim Williams Ross Smith Adrian Lewis Group B [ edit ] Pos. James Wade 8. Steve Lennon. Wesley Harms BDO. Wesley Harms Steve Lennon Ian White Gerwyn Price 5.
Robert Thornton Q. Mikuru Suzuki BDO. Standing in his way is De Sousa, the first Portuguese player to reach a major PDC final and who two years ago was a carpenter.
But victory over Simon Whitlock capped a whirlwind ascent that has seen him claim three PDC ranking titles in the last 18 months and now reach a major televised title alongside the biggest pay-day of his career.
James Wade remains on course for a 10th major televised title after typically efficient performance saw him weather an early barrage from Dimitri Van den Bergh to edge out the Belgian in the final leg of a gripping encounter.
Van den Bergh, who claimed his first major title behind closed doors at the World Matchplay in July, had looked on course to add another big final to his ever-growing CV when he seized an early advantage that he did not relinquish until the closing stages.
The Dreammaker had been rock solid on his throw to open up a significant early lead, and then hold off Wade's first attempt at a comeback, but he faltered down the stretch as Wade finally reeled him in and only grabbed the lead when he crossed the finish line.
An opening served notice of Van den Bergh's intent and his greater success on the doubles ensured he had a lead at the first break.