PDC-WM 2018

Die Weltmeisterschaft 2018 der PDC dauert vom
14. Dezember 2017 bis zum 1. Januar 2018.

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PDC-WM 2018 – Tableau

VORRUNDE  –  Best of 3 sets / 5 legs – ohne tie-break

Jeff Smith – 2:0 – Luke Humphries
Brendan Dolan – 2:0 – Alan Ljubic
Xiao Chen Zong – 0:2 – Bernie Smith
Kenny Neyens – 1:2 – Jamie Lewis
Seigo Asada – 2:1 – Gordon Mathers
Kai Fan Leung – 0:2 – Paul Lim
Willard Bruguier – 1:2 – Cody Harris
Aleksandr Oreshkin – 0:2 – Kevin Münch

RUNDE 1  –  Best of 5 sets / 5 legs – mit tie-break

  • Michael van Gerwen (1) – 3:1 – Christian Kist
  • James Wilson (32) – 3:1 – Krzysztof Ratajski
  • Gerwyn Price (16) – 3:1 – Ted Evetts
  • Ian White (17) – 3:1 – Cody Harris
  • Dave Chisnall (8) – 0:3 – Vincent van der Voort
  • Steve Beaton (25) – 3:1 – William O’Connor
  • Raymond van Barneveld (9) – 3:0 – Richard North
  • Kyle Anderson (24) – 3:1 – Peter Jacques
  • Mensur Suljovic (5) – 3:0 – Kevin Painter
  • Robert Thornton (28) – 3:1 – Brendan Dolan
  • Jelle Klaasen (12) – 1:3 – Jan Dekker
  • Stephen Bunting (21) – 1:3 – Dimitri van den Bergh
  • Daryl Gurney (4) – 3:1 – Ronny Huybrechts
  • John Henderson (29) – 3:0 – Marko Kantele
  • Michael Smith (13) – 3:2 – Steve Lennon
  • Rob Cross (20) – 3:0 – Seigo Asada
  • Peter Wright (2) – 3:1 – Diogo Portela
  • Jonny Clayton (31) – 0:3 – Jamie Lewis
  • Alan Norris (15) – 3:0 – Kim Viljanen
  • Kim Huybrechts (18) – 0:3 – James Richardson
  • Adrian Lewis (6) – 1:3 – Kevin Münch
  • Cristo Reyes (26) – 1:3 – Antonio Alcinas
  • Simon Whitlock (10) – 3:1 – Martin Schindler
  • Darren Webster (23) – 3:2 – Devon Petersen
  • Phil Taylor (6) – 3:1 – Chris Dobey
  • Justin Pipe (27) – 3:2 – Bernie Smith
  • James Wade (11) – 2:3 – Keegan Brown
  • Mervyn King (22) – 2:3 – Zoran Lerchbacher
  • Gary Anderson (3) – 3:0 – Jeff Smith
  • Mark Webster (30) – 2:3 – Paul Lim
  • Benito van de Pas (14) – 1:3 – Steve West
  • Joe Cullen (19) – 2:3 – Jermaine Wattimena

RUNDE 2  –  Best of 7 sets / 5 legs – mit tie-break

  • Michael van Gerwen (1) – 4:0 – James Wilson (32)
  • Gerwyn Price (16) – 4:1 – Ian White (17)
  • Vincent van der Voort – 4:0 – Steve Beaton (25)
  • Raymond van Barneveld (9) – 4:1 – Kyle Anderson (24)
  • Mensur Suljovic (5) – 4:2 – Robert Thornton (28)
  • Jan Dekker – 2:4 – Dimitri van den Bergh
  • Daryl Gurney (4) – 2:4 – John Henderson (29)
  • Michael Smith (13) – 3:4 – Rob Cross (20)
  • Peter Wright (2) – 1:4 – Jamie Lewis
  • Alan Norris (15) –  1:4 – James Richardson
  • Kevin Münch – 1:4 – Antonio Alcinas
  • Simon Whitlock (10) – 1:4 – Darren Webster (23)
  • Phil Taylor (6) – 4:0 – Justin Pipe (27)
  • Keegan Brown – 4:2 – Zoran Lerchbacher
  • Gary Anderson (3) – 4:1 – Paul Lim
  • Steve West – 4:1 – Jermaine Wattimena

 ACHTELFINALS  –  Best of 7 sets / 5 legs – mit tie-break

  • Michael van Gerwen (1) – 4:2 – Gerwyn Price (16)
  • Vincent van der Voort – 1:4 – Raymond van Barneveld (9)
  • Mensur Suljovic (5) – 0:4 –  Dimitri van den Bergh
  • John Henderson (29) – 1:4 – Rob Cross (20)
  • Jamie Lewis – 4:1 – James Richardson
  • Antonio Alcinas – 0:4 – Darren Webster (23)
  • Phil Taylor (6) – 4:0 – Keegan Brown
  • Gary Anderson (3) – 4:2 –  Steve West

VIERTELFINALS  –  Best of 9 sets / 5 legs – mit tie-break

  • Michael van Gerwen (1) – 5:4 – Raymond van Barneveld (9)
  • Dimitri van den Bergh – 4:5 – Rob Cross (20)
  • Jamie Lewis – 5:0 – Darren Webster (23)
  • Phil Taylor (6)  – 5:3 – Gary Anderson (3)

HALBFINALS  –  Best of 11 sets / 5 legs – mit tie-break

  • Michael van Gerwen (1) – 5:6 – Rob Cross (20)
  • Jamie Lewis – 1:6 – Phil Taylor (6)

F I N A L   –  Best of 13 sets / 5 legs – mit tie-break

  • ROB CROSS (20) – 7:2 – Phil Taylor (6)

PDC-WM 2018 – Preisgelder

Position
Anzahl Spieler
Preisgeld
Sieger (1) £ 400’000
Finalist (1) £ 170’000
Halbfinal (2) £ 85’000
Viertelfinal (4) £ 40’000
Achtelfinal (last 16) (8) £ 27’000
Verlierer 2. Runde (16) £ 18’500
Verlierer 1. Runde (32) £ 11’000
Verlierer Vorrunde (8) £ 4’500
Sonderpreis 9 Dart – Finish (?) £ 20’000

PDC-WM 2018 – Spielformat

All matches are played in sets, and every set is best of five legs. Put simply, the first player to win three legs in a set wins that set. The opening matches in the preliminary round of the competition are best of three sets. From then on, the format is as follows:

Round One – Best of five sets
Round Two – Best of seven sets
Last 16 – Best of seven sets
Quarter-finals – Best of nine sets
Semi-finals – Best of 11 sets
Final – Best of 13 sets

There is an important difference in how these games are decided as opposed to the preliminary round, which is the tie break. If the game goes to a deciding set, and that set is level at two legs each, the game will continue until a player wins by two clear legs. However, if the score reaches 5-5 in the final set, a sudden death leg is played. In the preliminary round, all sets are played as best of five, even the third set.


PDC-WM 2018 – Zeitplan

Zeitplan PDC-WM 2018

 

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