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The best match of the World Match Play held at the Blackpool Winter Garden on the 3rd day.

The best match of the World Match Play held at the Blackpool Winter Garden on the 3rd day.

After the coronavirus restrictions were lifted in the United Kingdom, 2,000 fans packed the Winter Garden. Michael van Gerwen continued his pursuit of his first title in 2021. He defeated Damon Herta ( Damon Heta).

World No. 3 ranked No. 3 after surrendering with four consecutive legs and found himself behind 6-4 and was forced to use five straight legs to reverse the game.

Waiting for him in the second round was Ian White, who won a fascinating first game against Darryl Gurney, in which both of them provided a series of outstanding results.

Nathan Aspinall (Nathan Aspinall) withstood a storm against Mervyn King (Mervyn King), put his name in the second round, and played in a low-quality game in the Scotsman. Defeated Stephen Bunting in the game to meet with the 2020 finalist Gary Anderson after the game.

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“Of course it was a relief. I didn’t play my own game, I didn’t follow my own rhythm, I tried to follow his game, but it didn’t really work,” the winning Van Gerwen admitted.

“I think after the second break, I started playing my own game and started playing high notes. Since then I have played a great game.

“Everyone knows that I am capable, but you still have to do it on stage. I haven’t played with such a crowd for a long time. It’s unrealistic, it’s not normal for us. Of course I have to change My game style has been adjusted a bit, but I am looking forward to the next one.

“This is great (to bring the crowd back), everyone knows that I am a crowd player. It gave me more energy, but it was tough today, this is the first one to have a crowd here in the UK tonight At night, so you have to do most of it.”

World Match Play: Evening Results

Ian White 10-7 Daryl Gurney
Nathan Aspinal 10-6 Mervyn King
Michael van gwen 10-7 Damon Herta
Gary Anderson 10-5 Stephen Bunting

Relieved Van Gerwen surpassed Hertha into the second round

Michael Van Gerwen worked hard in the match against Damon Herta, but eventually led by 10-7 in the world match play.

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Michael Van Gerwen worked hard in the match against Damon Herta, but eventually led by 10-7 in the world match play.

Michael Van Gerwen worked hard in the match against Damon Herta, but eventually led by 10-7 in the world match play.

The determined Van Gerwen reacted optimistically to the slight panic to open up his style and let Herta win with a score of 10-7. His task is to return himself to the silverware.

For the roaring Dutchman, everything was early for his 3-2 lead at halftime, and he was obviously dissatisfied with his average performance before the 90s. Although the stage was not lit, Herta quietly left herself on the stage, trying to use the green machine animation to open the scene.

MVG scored a double 8 points with a score of 4-2, and then MVG roared loudly. When Heta bounced back and kept within reach of the three-time world champion, his frustration grew. The first contestant in Winter Garden received further encouragement, positioning the game as a double 8 before punishing Van Gerwen for missing a double 8 with a score of 106 by finding a double eight again for a breakthrough breakthrough.

Michael Van Gerwen said that after a tough match with Damon Herta in the World Match Play, he must adapt to playing in front of the crowd again.

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Michael Van Gerwen said that after a tough match with Damon Herta in the World Match Play, he must adapt to playing in front of the crowd again.

Michael Van Gerwen said that after a tough match with Damon Herta in the World Match Play, he must adapt to playing in front of the crowd again.

When Heta won 4 consecutive rounds in the double 12 match with a score of 84, a frustrating situation appeared on the card. What was Van Gerwen’s reaction? A 12-dart batsman broke the winning streak to get himself back on track, then tied it with a score of 84 with two darts 6-6 minutes later to match Heta’s earlier two legs.

Hertha regretted missing four darts on base. Van Gerwen made up for his mistake in the double 20 by locking in a double 10 with a score of 8-6. After 97 checkouts, with a score of 9-6 after 5 straight legs, six perfect darts made fun of a 9 dart until Van Gerwen finally wrapped it in a double dart.

White bravely defeated Gurney in the dramatic opener

Fans of Winter Garden joined Daryl Gurney and Ian White in a wonderful interpretation of

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Fans of the Winter Garden, together with Daryl Gurney and Ian White, performed “Sweet Caroline” in the World Match Play.

Fans of Winter Garden joined Daryl Gurney and Ian White in a wonderful interpretation of “Sweet Caroline” in the World Match Play.

White beat Gurney 10-7 in a thriller and booked the second round of the first game of the night.

In a fiery start, Gurney completed 101 checks and 130 checks, White completed a counterattack 117 times, then swooped in a rare missed double, and scored 48 times on the first breakthrough.

Gurney’s early momentum subsequently faded, as White first punished the Northern Irishman for his shirt error with 120 checks to save the hold, and then after double 16 errors to ensure another break, he began to gain the advantage with a 6-4 advantage.

“Diamond” refused to relax and locked the double 16 with a score of 8-3 to stimulate Gurney’s enlightening response. Gurney settled with 116 clinically as a 12-dart leg, and then ended with 80 reducing the deficit to 8-5 and threatening a late panic .

After Daryl Gurney missed a few doubles in the World Match Play, Ian White felt very happy to have a rest.

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After Daryl Gurney missed a few doubles in the World Match Play, Ian White felt very happy to have a rest.

After Daryl Gurney missed a few doubles in the World Match Play, Ian White felt very happy to have a rest.

Gurney’s revival continues. He stared at 76 at the age of 76 and snatched a leg from White after the 50-year-old missed a three-pointer in double 16 shots. Then he wasted the opportunity to move a moment later, missed five consecutive darts to win the fourth round, and opened the door for White to lead the double 2 with a huge dart 9-6 under pressure.

The game required 44 points, and White could only watch Gurney hit an astonishing 121 points on the bullseye. After a while, he didn’t help his career because he missed three dart games, but finally finished the job in double six, let him breathe a sigh of relief.

Anderson defeated Bunting in fatigue

Gary Anderson easily defeated Stephen Bunting 10-5 in the world match play.

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Gary Anderson easily defeated Stephen Bunting 10-5 in the world match play.

Gary Anderson easily defeated Stephen Bunting 10-5 in the world match play.

This is far from beautiful, but it doesn’t need to come from Anderson, because an average of 94 points helped him beat Bunting 10-5, and these two men are undoubtedly far from the best form of the night.

Anderson started with a strong start, followed by a 2-0 lead by 64 points, then broke serve immediately, and then failed to lead 4-1 due to failing to complete 96 points. He invited Bunting to come back with a 3-2 score and missed. Doubles 16 in his last visit.

Bunting lashed out at Anderson’s failure to get a 5-2 mat to move within a range, but this seemed to only inspire the flying Scotsman’s life, as he significantly improved his finish by 7 -3 Won the next three rounds.

The possession of the bullet guarantees Anderson’s quick response. His 14-dart leg restored his four-legged cushion 8-4, allowing him to win only two more times.

Bunting held the game again, but tried again to put pressure on Anderson’s pitching, and after the maximum in time put the two-time world champion at the helm, the record was 9-5.

The place in this game and in the second round is ultimately the Scot’s, thanks to Bunting’s 70s after missing a double four to maintain his form.

Asp keep calm to resist the king

Nathan Aspinal defeated Mervyn King 10-6 in the world match play.

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Nathan Aspinal defeated Mervyn King 10-6 in the world match play.

Nathan Aspinal defeated Mervyn King 10-6 in the world match play.

Aspinar resisted the King’s counterattack and won 10-6, qualifying for the second round of the World Match Play for the first time in his career.

The 30-year-old was in cruise control from the start, broke the Kings in the first leg of the game, then doubled 18 with a 2-0 lead, 52 with a 3-0 lead, and then used six of his hands. Darts deliberately set double 12s for the four-legged cushion.

King managed to get a goal back before his first break and found a double four after Aspinal missed the double 16 and needed 68 for the fifth straight round. During his first break, he quickly became 2 in 62 checkouts, and then the 2019 quarter-finalist found double 16 in his third rebound.

After defeating Mervyn King 10-6, Nathan Aspinall is happy to be back in front of the home audience at Winter Garden.

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After defeating Mervyn King 10-6, Nathan Aspinall is happy to be back in front of the home audience at Winter Garden.

After Nathan Aspinall defeated Mervyn King 10-6, he was very happy to be back in front of the home audience at Winter Garden.

Asp’s response was very good. It took a moment to calm himself down, and then planted one in Double 18 to control himself at 5-3. The King came back, he kept the pressure with 14 darts, but then failed to punish Aspinar for his mistakes, giving the former British Open champion a chance to save his double eight and rest 6-4.

The Kings continued to lurch in the 11th round, but then missed three top bases on double 10, opening the door for Aspinall to take a 7-5 lead.

The third break arrived on time. Aspinar made his own pitch with a key double 18 ball, and he will continue to hit 72 points through a double 6.

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