Humphries living his dream ahead of Madison Square Garden debut

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May 31 2023

Luke Humphries admits he is living his darting dream ahead of his bet365 US Darts Masters debut at Madison Square Garden this weekend.

PDC stars hit New York ahead of Madison Square Garden return

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May 31 2023

The biggest names in darts have been seeing the sights of New York ahead of the return of the bet365 US Darts Masters in The Theater at Madison Square Garden.

North American trio complete US Masters field

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May 22 2023

Jason Brandon, JT Davis and Jake Macmillan are the final three players to qualify for the 2023 bet365 US Darts Masters.

Palmerbet to sponsor 2023 New South Wales Darts Masters

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May 03 2023

The PDC are delighted to announce Palmerbet as the title sponsor of the 2023 New South Wales Darts Masters.

Poland Masters tickets sell out in a day as European growth accelerates

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Apr 05 2023

Tickets for the inaugural Poland Darts Masters sold out on the first day of sale, with a bumper crowd set to welcome world class darts to a new territory.

Purchase your Poland Darts Masters tickets here on Monday at 1200 CEST

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Apr 01 2023

You can buy your tickets here from 1200 CEST (1100 BST) on Monday April 3.

Purchase your Poland Darts Masters tickets here on Monday at 0900 CEST

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Apr 01 2023

You can buy your tickets here from 0900 CEST (0800 BST) on Monday April 3.

2023 Poland Darts Masters ticket information confirmed

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Mar 28 2023

Tickets for the 2023 Poland Darts Masters will go on sale on Monday April 3 ahead of the inaugural PDC World Series of Darts event in Warsaw.

New Poland Darts Masters event completes 2023 World Series schedule

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Mar 23 2023

The Poland Darts Masters has been added as the sixth and final tournament on the 2023 World Series of Darts schedule, as the sport's top stars head to Warsaw on July 7-8.

Former winner Aspinall among final four picks for bet365 US Darts Masters

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Mar 23 2023

Former champion Nathan Aspinall is among the final four PDC representatives selected to compete in the 2023 bet365 US Darts Masters.

Gerwyn Price tasted glory for a second time in three years by winning the Jack's World Series of Darts Finals on Sunday night, denying Dutchman Dirk van Duijvenbode 11-10 in a thrilling final.

Price previously won the season-ending event in 2020, and backed up last month's TAB New Zealand Darts Masters success by scooping the £70,000 World Series of Darts Finals top prize.

He was pushed all the way by home favourite Van Duijvenbode in an enthralling final, securing the title with a 14-dart leg in a dramatic ending.

A high-quality start saw the pair trade 14-darters in the opening four legs before Price broke for a 3-2 lead, and he then pinned tops to open up a two-leg cushion.

Three successive legs from Van Duijvenbode saw him move ahead again at 5-4, and he added a 12-darter as he retained the edge.

Price took out 146, 121 and 116 as he came from 7-6 down to lead 9-8 - pouncing on a miss at double 18 from Van Duijvenbode in leg 17.

The Dutchman - who had taken out 112 in leg 15 - hit back with a superb 11-darter and fired in double four to move 10-9 up, putting himself on the brink of a maiden big-stage title.

Price showed his class with a 12-darter to take the final to a deciding leg, and after being first to a finish during a tense finale, the Welshman took out 90 to seal glory.

"I'm thrilled to get over the line," said Price, who ended the final with a 100.14 average. "Dirk played fantastic but I think I played a little bit better.

"It was a great game but I made it really difficult for myself. There were two or three legs where I missed doubles, and at five-all going into the second break I probably could have been 7-3 up.

"I knew from there on in it was going to be a tough battle; Dirk was playing really well and obviously the crowd were supporting him but I dug in there right until the end.

"I gave myself a chance in the last-leg decider and scraped over the line."

He added: "I'm more than experienced with these sort of crowds, and fair play to them - they were all cheering for their man but I think they were quite respectful in patches.

"I let him off the hook a couple of times but I just wanted to give myself a chance in the last leg - I've got a little bit more composure and experience than Dirk had in that leg and that's all that counted."

Price earlier followed up Saturday's narrow win over Matt Campbell with a high-quality 10-8 quarter-final win over Joe Cullen, before seeing off James Wade 11-9 in the semis.

Wade had hit back from 2-0 down in the semi-final to lead 6-5 after landing a 170 checkout amongst three 12-darters, only for Price to reel off five legs in a row on his way to victory.

Van Duijvenbode's run to a third televised final sees him qualify for November's Cazoo Grand Slam of Darts.

June's Dutch Darts Masters runner-up, he had battled past Haupai Puha and Gary Anderson to reach the final day of action, before surviving a missed match dart from Ryan Joyce in the penultimate leg of their quarter-final.

He then ended Jonny Clayton's title defence with a superb 11-8 semi-final success, only to lose out narrowly to Price.

The loss for Van Duijvenbode was a repeat of the 2020 World Grand Prix final, and provided further big-game experience in his bid to claim major honours.

"I was a bit unfortunate in the last leg and he showed his class," said Van Duijvenbode, who earned £30,000 as runner-up.

"It's a bit frustrating because apart from that class, I could have won it in the end if I just composed myself better."

Clayton had earlier won six of the final seven legs to defeat four-time champion Michael van Gerwen 10-7 in the last eight.

Wade was Sunday afternoon's other quarter-final winner, finishing ten doubles from 18 attempts in a clinical 10-5 win over birthday boy Michael Smith.