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Surprise at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS of darts: third seed and most colorful figure was immediately turned off
More Sport At the PDC world championship darts is the first big surprise is a fact. The colourful Scotsman Peter Snakebite Wright (PDC-3), as the third seed liberty in the first round, was yesterday at the Alexandra Palace in London in the second round with a 3-1 turned off by the 39-year-old Spaniard Toni Alcinas (PDC-55). The match results were 3-2, 3-1, 0-3 and 3-2.

The 48-year-old Wright, in 2014, runner up at the worlds, cast on a higher average than his opponent (94,70 against 93,12), but failed in the doubles. He used only 8 of 31 opportunities, Alcinas 9 of 21. the
Dave Chisnall (PDC-12), the church was also on the edge of the shutdown, but saved his skin by against Josh Payne (PDC-53) a 0-2 deficit to make up. The 38-year-old Englishman is waiting in the third round (best of 7) Kim Huybrechts (PDC 21). They must then Wednesday in the second round or even past the winner of the match between the Scot Robert Thornton (PDC 33) and the Swede Daniel Larsson (PDC 159). Dimitri Van den Bergh (PDC-35), world champion among the youth, start tomorrow his world CHAMPIONSHIP against the American qualifier Chuck Puleo. With a win, following Friday in the second round, a match against the Dutch boss Jonny Clayton (PDC 15).

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