2018 bwin World Series of Darts Finals
November 2-4, Multiversum Schwechat, Vienna, Austria

Competing Players
Top eight players from World Series of Darts Order of Merit
Top four players from PDC Order of Merit not otherwise qualified
Between four and eight invited players at discretion of PDC Board of Directors.
Between four and eight Qualifiers.

Draw Bracket
(1) Peter Wright v Gerwyn Price/Royden Lam
(8) Simon Whitlock v Steve Beaton/Daryl Gurney
(5) Michael Smith v Ian White/Kyle Anderson
(4) Gary Anderson v Dave Chisnall/Max Hopp
(2) Rob Cross v Jamie Lewis/Dimitri Van den Bergh
(7) Mensur Suljovic v Ross Smith/James Wade
(6) Raymond van Barneveld v Raymond Smith/Keegan Brown
(3) Michael van Gerwen v Maik Langendorf/Damon Heta

Schedule of Play
Friday November 2 (2000 Local Time 1900 UK Time)

First Round x8
Raymond Smith 6-3 Keegan Brown
Damon Heta 6-5 Maik Langendorf
Kyle Anderson 6-4 Ian White
Dave Chisnall 6-1 Max Hopp
Jamie Lewis 6-2 Dimitri Van den Bergh
Gerwyn Price 6-1 Royden Lam
Daryl Gurney 6-0 Steve Beaton
James Wade 6-3 Ross Smith

Saturday November 3 (2000 Local Time 1900 UK Time)
Second Round x8
Michael Smith 6-3 Kyle Anderson
Raymond van Barneveld 6-5 Raymond Smith
Dave Chisnall 6-5 Gary Anderson
Gerwyn Price 6-1 Peter Wright
Simon Whitlock 6-5 Daryl Gurney
Jamie Lewis 6-5 Rob Cross
James Wade 6-3 Mensur Suljovic
Michael van Gerwen 6-0 Damon Heta

Sunday November 4
Afternoon Session (1345 Local Time 1245 UK Time)

Quarter-Finals
Gerwyn Price 10-7 Simon Whitlock
Michael Smith 10-5 Dave Chisnall
James Wade 10-5 Jamie Lewis
Raymond van Barneveld 10-8 Michael van Gerwen

Evening Session (2000 Local Time 1900 UK Time)
Semi-Finals
Michael Smith 11-8 Gerwyn Price
James Wade 11-2 Raymond van Barneveld

Final
James Wade 11-10 Michael Smith

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JAMES WADE lifted his second televised title in the space of seven days with a dramatic 11-10 win over Michael Smith in the final of the bwin World Series of Darts Finals at the Multiversum in Vienna.

Wade ended his four-year wait for a TV title at last weekend's European Championship and wasted no time in claiming a ninth TV crown in Austria after surviving five match darts in a pulsating final leg.

The 35-year-old recently became a father for the first time and an emotional Wade once again dedicated his triumph to son Arthur.

Michael Smith, James Wade (Michael Braunschadel, PDC)

"This is another win for Arthur, I couldn't be happier right now," said Wade, who pocketed the £50,000 top prize.

"I threw it away but then Michael did the same and I was very grateful for my second chance to win that game.

"Last week I had the biggest amount of luck in the world and I did again this week with players missing darts at double against me but I made the most of it again.

"Going into the semi-final with Raymond [van Barneveld] I said to myself 'come on, you are up for this' and I kept that focus all the way through to win it."

World Series of Darts Finals presentation (Michael Braunschadel, PDC)

Wade began the weekend with a win over Ross Smith before silencing the Austrian crowd in round two with a win over fans' favourite Mensur Suljovic to reach the final day of action.

Sunday afternoon's quarter-final saw the Aldershot thrower see off Jamie Lewis before a convincing 11-2 victory over Van Barneveld, who stunned world number one Michael van Gerwen in the quarter-finals, saw him reach the Vienna showdown.

Wade raced into a 3-0 lead before Smith battled back to level it up at 5-5 at the second break with a 100 checkout, with the St Helens star averaging 105.3.

Smith levelled the tie once again with a stunning 170 checkout but Wade replied with a trademark 112 checkout to lead 8-7.

Smith landed an 87 checkout to lead for the first time at 9-8 only for Wade to turn the final back around as he broke the Smith throw to lead 10-9.

An incredible end to the match saw Wade bust 121, allowing Smith to level at 10-10 before a gripping final leg saw Smith miss five darts for the title allowing Wade to find double 18 for the win.