December 7, 2022

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What you didn't (maybe) see in Wieze: Two players with the same number of attendees, a one-time change of Huybrechts and massive support for an anonymous Belgian |  More sports

What you didn’t (maybe) see in Wieze: Two players with the same number of attendees, a one-time change of Huybrechts and massive support for an anonymous Belgian | More sports

dartsThe Belgian Open Darts Championship is over in Wieze. The tournament had several notable events, such as the nine-quarterback Dave Chisnall (and 170 goalkeeper) and Kim Huybrechts’ superb finish against Michael van Gerwen. But there were still notable milestones.

Incredible support for Vanrolleghem

The crowd was great at Wieze for three days. The Belgians in particular received a lot of support, and so did qualifier Wouter Vanrollgem. The Flemish West seemed to get a 6-0 break from Mervyn King, but immediately won three straight rounds. Much to the delight of fans – great photos. King went on to win 6-3.

Steve West stock

Amazing moment during Kim Hebrechts’ duel against Steve West. The Englishman saw his shaft break, but he had no spare arrows. Tried to fix it himself, but it took a long time. West lost patience and quickly threw the barrel (with a broken shaft and therefore no flight) toward the board. The two men could laugh about it, a little later West was able to finish the game.

Two players with the same attendance number

Each senior official has his own attendance number. Roberto Vandelli was the first Belgian player to take action on Friday afternoon and hit the beat of “Ik Ga Swimming”. Note: Nils Sonnefeld, who later played in the afternoon session, used the same walking on song.

One-time change in Huybrechts

stay on topic walking on song. Kim Huybrechts changed the number during the tournament. On Friday, he used his classic “Rock You Like a Hurricane,” but on Saturday and Sunday he chose to come by “Thunderball” by Bonzai Records. Belgian number. It’s a one-time change, especially for the Belgian championship in Wieze. In the future, he will use Rock You Like a Hurricane again.

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Four finishes on Paul

Fantastic eighth finale between Jose de Sousa and Ryan Searle. The audience was able to see the endpoint on the target at least four times. Invisible in such a short game. Searle did not miss a double during the same match, but lost 6-4 to the Portuguese.

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