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Dimitri Van den Bergh to second round of German Darts Open, now number one

More sport Dimitri Van den Bergh (PDC-29) is located in Saarbrücken smoothly for the second round at the German Darts Open (ET4/140.000 pounds). Mike De Decker

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Dimitri Van den Bergh to second round of German Darts Open, now number one
More sport Dimitri Van den Bergh (PDC-29) is located in Saarbrücken smoothly for the second round at the German Darts Open (ET4/140.000 pounds). Mike De Decker (PDC-145) saved the not.

Van den Bergh had little trouble with the German amateur Thomas Kohnlein. The two won the world played never his best darts, but was never in trouble and won 6-2. "The Dreammaker" did no better than an average of 80,81 points and a checkout percentage of 25 percent.

in the second round, the Dutchman Michael van Gerwen (PDC-1) to disturb, he is from another keg to tap.

The Decker had a close with a 6-5 beaten by the Englishman David Pallett (PDC-126). With an average of 93,79 did the Malinois better than his opponent who came out on 92,16, but Pallett was clearly the better in the ejection.

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