Peter Wright schlägt Michael van Gerwen im Finale der European Darts Grand Prix unglaublich mit dem Whitewash und schnappt sich damit seinen. Großes Darts-Lexikon mit Spielernamen, Insider Sprüchen und White Wash, Bei einem gesamten Spiel dem Gegner kein Leg oder Satz gewinn gewähren. Alle Begriffe rund um das Thema Dart einfach erklärt. White Wash, Ein Sieg zu Null, bei dem der Gegner kein einziges Leg/Set für sich gewinnen konnte.
European Darts Grand Prix 2017: Wright siegt im Finale mit Whitewash über van GerwenPeter Wright schlägt Michael van Gerwen im Finale der European Darts Grand Prix unglaublich mit dem Whitewash und schnappt sich damit seinen. Professionelle Darts bestehen aus einer Nickel-/Wolfram-Legierung. Als „White-Wash“ wird eine Niederlage bezeichnet, bei der der Gegner kein einziges Leg. Kanada? 6 Fakt 6: 4 x Whitewash im WM-Finale – eine bittere Erfahrung; 7 Fakt 7.
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Darts hat wie jeder andere Sport auch sein eigenes Vokabular. Auch weniger kundiges Publikum freut sich auf das spannende Pfeil-Spiel.
Damit kann zumindest teilweise die Stärke eines Spielers ermittelt werden. Der Pfeil bringt keine Punkte ein.
Wer das Bullseye trifft, erzielt 50 Punkte. Der Caller ruft die jeweils erzielte Punktzahl aus.
Befindet sich ein Spieler im Finish-Bereich, so nennt er zusätzlich die Restpunktzahl. Bei 20 Punkten Rest, ist das Ziel die Doppel However, Wales were throwing freely as they looked to finish things off in style.
Price pinned tops to move Wales ahead, but Smith squared matters with a neat two-dart combination at Cross responded with a magnificent checkout to force a last-leg decider in which Wales had the throw.
It was left to Price to land the all-important throw at tops to win the competition for the first time in their history.
England faced Belgium in the first semi-final and it was Smith and Cross who won nail-biting last legs to go through to the final.
Smith went up against Kim Huybrechts in the first rubber and the St Helens thrower went out in 13, 14 and 15 darts on throw, but the Belgian stayed with his opponent all the way to the deciding leg.
But then the match sparked into life when they each struck s in the fourth leg with Cross eventually holding in 14 darts.
He was ready to pounce in the next leg, but Van den Bergh coolly finished off The Belgian then missed bullseye for what would have been a spectacular for the win, but Cross stayed calm to send us into a thrilling last-leg decider.
It didn't disappoint with the world champion surviving five match darts from Van den Bergh to close out an epic victory and put England into a sixth World Cup final.
There were no doubles required in the second semi-final either as the Welsh duo of Price and Clayton ended German hopes of reaching their third World Cup of Darts final and first since In a nervy first rubber, Price was let off the hook early doors as Gabriel Clemens failed to capitalise on his chances and when the Welshman landed a spectacular finish, he found himself throwing for the match.
But Price squandered three match darts and that allowed Clemens to pounce for The reigning World Grand Prix champion responded against the throw to nail tops with his fifth match dart to eventually complete the win.
Clayton had the chance to finish the job against Max Hopp and he made the best possible start with a maximum following by two darts at Wade, who has averaged The Aldershot thrower nailed a fantastic before sinking D6 for a comfortable lead.
A clinical 81 punished Gurney further and he guaranteed a point thanks to tops. Wade was now thinking of a whitewash and it wasn't long before he achieved that remarkable feat by taking out a spectacular In a repeat of Sunday's UK Open semi-final, which saw Cross come out on top , the pair went head-to-head once again.
The former World Champion made the first breakthrough of the clash with the highest finishing of the Premier League so far - a magnificent checkout on the bullseye - before backing it up to extend his advantage to World Championship and Premier League finalist Smith was living off crumbs as he was being royally outplayed by Cross, who went a double break up with a neat 81 finish.
This is a team and we deserve it. England were aiming to win the title for the first time since the team of Phil Taylor and Adrian Lewis in as Smith took to the stage against the in-form Price in the race to three points.
Smith responded with a 68 finish before the reigning two-time Grand Slam of Darts champion pinned D10 for a lead. He capitalised on six costly missed darts from Smith to land tops and move a leg away from victory.
Price soon completed a handsome win after pinning D6 for a 72 finish to hand Wales the perfect start. Clayton was hoping to edge Wales closer to the promised land but Cross was fired up for the crucial rubber.
He hit D4 to win the opening leg on throw before Clayton responded. The Hastings thrower hit D16 to move ahead.