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Dimitri Van den Bergh shares in the last 32 at the German Darts Championship
More sport Dimitri Van den Bergh (PDC 29) has placed itself for the second round at the German Darts Championship (ET2/PDC/140.000 pounds). In the German Hildesheim, he put the Englishman Steve Beaton (PDC 22) 6-4 to the side. Mike De Decker is disabled.

Van den Bergh was initially the game has undergone. After a number of missed duplicates of our compatriot took Beaton, former BDO world champion, a 4-2-lead. 'The Dreammaker', which over the past weeks in the top 30 of the world snuggled, started on a remonte. With uitworpen of 110, 64, 86 and 36, he won four legs in a row and he left Beaton 6-4 on the spot.

The 24-year-old from antwerp, but in his next match against the Englishman Stephen Bunting (PDC 18), the 2014 BDO world champion.

In a high-quality match between The Decker and the Englishman Andrew Gilding (PDC 129), it was after six legs 3-3. The 23-year-old Malinois left in the sixth place four darts unused to a 4-2-lead. Gilding could with a 130 ejection plates are equal and hang out, and he also the next three legs to win after more uitworpen of 110 and 160.

Results

First round
Andrew Gilding (Eng/129) - Mike De Decker (Bel) 6-3
Dimitri Van den Bergh (Bel/29) - Steve Beaton (Eng/22) 6-4

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