2009 PDC World Darts Championship
The Ladbrokes.com World Darts Championship 2009 took place from 19 December 2008 to January 4, 2009 in London. This championship was organized by the PDC for 16 times and held at Alexandra Palace. The prize money of £ 740,000 as well as the winners prize of £ 125,000 each meant a new record. The 1 -seeded Englishman Phil Taylor won the tournament when he defeated Raymond van Barneveld in the final with 7:1 sets. " The Power" presented with 110.94 points, also a new record for the highest average per reception in a final on. Defending champion was Canadian John Part, who, however, was eliminated in the first round.
The encounters took from 19 to 23 December 2008 after the mode best of 5 (sets and legs ) instead.
Second round to finals
Points behind the players are the respective averages per litter (3- dart average).
The following players reached a 100 -point average per admission or later:
January 2, 2009 Raymond van Barneveld threw in his quarter-final win over Jelle Klaasen the first " 9 -darter " in the history of the PDC World Professional Darts Championship and received a bonus premium of £ 20,000.