Dutchman Kist lose directly from Anderson at the World Matchplay
For darter Christian Kist is the World Matchplay already after the first round. The Dutchman went on to the prestigious tournament in Blackpool directly down against world champion Gary Anderson.
The 31-year-old Coffin, who, five years ago the world championship title picked up by the trade union, BDO, showed a good level against the fifteen-year-old Anderson.
The Shot had been in a party, which bulged with the breaks but still the initiative. He walked over 4-1 to 6-3. Chest came back to 6-5 and made it his opponent is difficult, but Anderson gave his lead, not hands.
In the second round, hitting Anderson as possible, again a Dutchman. He takes it on against the winner of the game between Benito van de Pas and Englishman Daryl Gurney, who Sunday compared to each other.
The English Michael Smith (10-5 against Steve West) and James Wade (13-11 against Darren Webster) lost earlier in the evening, surprisingly in the first round.
Sunday, in addition to the Newly-Jelle Klaasen (against Justin Pipe) and Raymond van Barneveld (against Joe Cullen) in action in the first round. Defending champion Michael van Gerwen plays Monday against Stephen Bunting.
Van Gerwen, the reigning world champion, won the World Matchplay in both 2015 as a 2016. Phil Taylor, who Sunday against Gerwyn Price throws, wrote the tournament less than fifteen times to his name.