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Stoke star White defied an amazing 11 180s from Anderson in their four-set second round with eight maximums, but more importantly he out-doubled the Scot in both starting and finishing to claim the 3-1 win.

White won the game's opening set 3-1 before Anderson took the second 3-2 in a high-quality set which featured seven 180s and two 160 starts from the number two seed.

The third set, despite five more maximums from Anderson, went to White 3-2 as the Stoke thrower followed up a 105 finish in leg three by taking the decider on tops to move 2-1 up in the contest.

Anderson battled to force a deciding set by sharing the opening four legs of set four, but crucially missed two darts at tops to allow White to hit the same bed and seal his win.

Thornton won through to the last eight in the double-start event for the second time with a fine 3-0 win over Justin Pipe in Wednesday's opening fixture, as he followed up a straight sets first round win over Daryl Gurney with another memorable win.

After the Scot edged a tight opening set 3-2, finishing 97 in the decider, he raced clear by winning the second without reply, taking out 127 and 120 in successive legs to double his lead.

Pipe shared the opening two legs of the third, but the 2013 semi-finalist saw his chances ended as Thornton took the next two legs to seal his last eight spot.

Van der Voort followed up his victory over Phil Taylor in the first round with another straight sets triumph, as he overcame Terry Jenkins 3-0.

The Dutch ace capitalised on six missed doubles from Jenkins to win the opening set without reply, taking out a 121 finish of his own in the process, before edging a tight second with a brilliant 149 checkout.

He then opened the third with another huge finish by taking out 141, before double eight moved him to the brink of victory, and though Jenkins took out 101 as he hit back to level the set, a 96 finish sealed van der Voort's place in the last eight.

"I was struggling and I didn't play particularly well, but Terry was in more trouble than me and I took full advantage of his mistakes," said van der Voort, who now takes on Mensur Suljovic.

"In the first set he was nowhere me so I knew he was struggling, and if you finish the second set you're 2-0 ahead and the pressure is on him, so the 149 was a really good finish.

"Mensur has beaten two top players so I have to be at the top of my game and play better tomorrow to beat him. As long as my game's good, we'll see what happens."

Thursday's quarter-finals also feature reigning World Grand Prix champion Michael van Gerwen up against Jamie Lewis and the battle between former Lakeside Champions Mark Webster and Jelle Klaasen.

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