Van Barneveld to quarter-Masters, Anderson knocks the Pass
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Raymond van Barneveld is Friday entered into the quarter-finals of the Masters. The 49-year-old Hagenaar counted in the first round in a convincing way with the Englishman Dave Chisnall: 10-5.
Van Barneveld began still moderate to the party and quickly looked at a 0-2 disadvantage. The number ten in the world, however, was on time at the lesson and won the next seven legs (7-2).
That blow came Chisnall in the remainder of the match not more to the top. The global number seven brought out the difference a while to get back to four legs (9-5), but further left Of Barneveld not come.
Chisnall took out last year’s final battle, in which he was 11-6 lost to Michael van Gerwen. The Dutch number one of the world Saturday in action against Simon Whitlock of Australia.
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In the battle for a place in the final four meets Of Barneveld Sunday, Gary Anderson. The Scottish number two of the world Friday is not a child to Benito van de Pas: 10-3.
Also Phil Taylor and Peter Wright have qualified Friday for the quarterfinals. Taylor put Michael Smith 10-6 to the side, while Wright with a 10-5 was too strong for Ian White.
Jelle Klaasen is the other Dutchman, who this weekend make an appearance shows in Milton Keynes. He crosses Saturday the swords with Mensur Suljovic.
At the tournament in England, the sixteen best darters in the world. The event will not count for the world ranking.