The second semi-final is confirmed at the Dutch Darts Masters and it will see Ian White take on Peter Wright for the right to face either Michael van Gerwen and Gerwyn Price in the final.
White came through a tough test against Vincent van der Voort where he was battling both ‘The Dutch Destroyer’ and the crowd as well. This was something he looked visibly frustrated about when it came to him winning.
With 42 percent on the doubles compared to 23 percent, ‘Diamond’ played well and looks to be on the verge of a fourth straight final on the European Tour.
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Wright upped his performance levels as he edged out Mervyn King in a 6-4 win hitting a 96 average en route. This was a similar tie to the one previous in terms of doubles with ‘Snakebite’ having 42 percent and ‘The King’ back at 22 percent being the main difference.
It was White who edged out Wright previously this year in the European Darts Grand Prix final, will it be repeat or revenge for either player in the second semi-final?
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Evening Session (1915 local time, 1815 BST)
Michael van Gerwen (98.64) 6-4 (99.09) Dave Chisnall
Glen Durrant (97.93) 3-6 (104.55) Gerwyn Price
Ian White (99.91) 6-3 (95.06) Vincent van der Voort
Peter Wright (96.91) 6-4 (89.84) Mervyn King
Michael van Gerwen v Gerwyn Price
Ian White v Peter Wright
Van Gerwen/Price v White/Wright
Author: Samuel Gill