Kanada? 6 Fakt 6: 4 x Whitewash im WM-Finale – eine bittere Erfahrung; 7 Fakt 7. European Darts Grand Prix Wright siegt im Finale mit Whitewash über van Gerwen. Sonntag, 7. Mai - Dart News von tullahomaradio.com European Darts. Professionelle Darts bestehen aus einer Nickel-/Wolfram-Legierung. Als „White-Wash“ wird eine Niederlage bezeichnet, bei der der Gegner kein einziges Leg.
European Darts Grand Prix 2017: Wright siegt im Finale mit Whitewash über van GerwenKanada? 6 Fakt 6: 4 x Whitewash im WM-Finale – eine bittere Erfahrung; 7 Fakt 7. Peter Wright schlägt Michael van Gerwen im Finale der European Darts Grand Prix unglaublich mit dem Whitewash und schnappt sich damit seinen. Darts hat wie jeder andere Sport auch sein eigenes Vokabular. White Wash: So wird ein Zu-Null-Sieg bezeichnet, bei dem der Gegner kein.
Whitewash Dart Sunday's Semi-Final & Final results VideoPDC WORLD DARTS CHAMPIONSHIP: PRO TOUR #03 - White Wash! [DE-HD] Damit dein Hung Boy nun genauso professionell wird wie dein Vokabular. Lewis, Adrian. Während im eDart die Abwurflinie Jackpotde auf den Boden geklebt wird, so wird im Steeldart ein Oche verwendet.
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 Sitzt der Wurf, spricht man von einem 10er Checkout.
Die Punktzahl wird bei einem Treffer verdoppelt. Bei 20 Punkten Rest muss es beispielsweise die Doppel sein. Bei 30 Punkten, die Doppel Das Bullseye zählt dabei auch als Doppelfeld.
Es besteht also die Möglichkeit, ein Leg zu beenden. Sieben sogenannte Bogey-Zahlen bilden da die Ausnahme. Leg: Ein Spiel But then the match sparked into life when they each struck s in the fourth leg with Cross eventually holding in 14 darts.
And 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.
There were no doubles needed in the second semi-final either as the Welsh duo of Price and Clayton ended German hopes to reach 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 and make it The reigning World Grand Prix champion responded against the throw to nail tops with his fifth match dart to eventually complete the win.
He hit D4 to win the opening leg on throw before Clayton responded. The Hastings thrower hit D16 to move ahead. A neat dart leg gave Clayton the next leg and he piled on the pressure with a maximum as his three-dart average edged above a ton.
He returned to break with a two-dart 84 checkout. But it was 'The Ferret' who eventually got the job done to win with a superb average, hitting three s and 66 per cent on the doubles to move Wales a point away from the title.
England were now at the point of no return, needing to win the pairs rubber. 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 The Welsh moved to the cusp of glory when 'The Iceman' finished off D4 for a lead.
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.
Welshman Price preserved his unbeaten record against Suljovic with some sumptuous finishing. Price took out checkouts of and on his way to maximum points against the Austrian, who is now appears to be embroiled in a battle to avoid the drop.
There was quite an atmosphere in the Granite City for the arrival of Barney to the stage, but despite winning the opening leg the departing Dutchman crashed to another defeat to leave him rock bottom.
The five-time World Champion was aiming to move off the foot of the table but Wright produced some of the best darts of his Premier League campaign - averaging You can also stay up to date with all the action by following us SkySportsDarts and get all the latest news, previews and interviews www.
A round-up of all the action from a magnificent week five of Premier League Darts. John Henderson was serenaded on stage by bagpipes in front of his home crowd in Aberdeen.
Hendo was emotional after receiving quite an ovation after his draw with MVG. Wade sunk this to move up against Gurney.