Tungsten Darts Used for World Grand Prix SF

Reigning champion van Gerwen is bidding to claim his third title in four years in the famous double-start tournament, and continued his relentless quest with a 4-1 victory over Webster in the last four.

Webster has enjoyed reaching his first major semi-final for almost four years and shared the opening two sets with van Gerwen, who found another gear to claim nine of the next 11 legs as he swept into the final.

Webster kicked off the game with a 120 checkout and took the opening set to a decider only for top seed van Gerwen to move ahead on double 16.

The Dutchman then led 2-0 in the second only for Webster to battle back to level as an 82 finish forced a decider, which he won with a sensational 103 checkout as van Gerwen waited on 32.

However, van Gerwen stamped his authority on the match by taking set three without reply with the aid of two 14-dart finishes, and came from a leg down to win the fourth 3-1.

He then took out finishes of 154 and 124 to lead 2-0 in set five, and though Webster replied on double nine, a 74 checkout completed van Gerwen's clinical win.

Scottish ace Thornton, the number seven seed, won through to his first partypoker.com World Grand Prix final with a gutsy 4-2 comeback win over Mensur Suljovic.

Thornton found himself 2-1 down to the tournament's surprise package as Suljovic, the Austrian ace who has reached his first major semi-final, continued his superb run of form.

Suljovic landed a 108 finish to take the opening leg before winning the set 3-1 with Thornton edging the second in a deciding leg after the Austrian hit back from 2-0 down to level.

Thornton took out a 140 finish in the third, only for Suljovic to take the set 3-1 to regain the edge - but the fourth went to the former UK Open champion before he claimed a key fifth set 3-1 against the throw.

Suljovic took the sixth to another deciding leg, but Thornton landed his 11th 180 of the game to leave 56 before hitting tops to complete a 14-darter as he booked his spot in the final.

Saturday's final will be preceded by the final of the Tom Kirby Memorial Irish Matchplay championship between Mick McGowan and Tom Biggane, with the winner qualifying to compete in the William Hill World Darts Championship.

Tungsten darts already become the only choice of most professional players, because they found its value are far more than price. It’s all known that tungsten is a high-density metal, so it makes tungsten darts smaller than other materials (in the same weight).


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