Dennis Nilsson won his second Pro Tour overall

Photo by: Mads Magnussen/PDC Nordic & Baltic

Dennis Nilsson had great success today, as he won two tournaments.

Dennis Nilsson now has one more PDCNB Pro Tour title to his name, after he won Pro Tour 4 today. He had a good run throughout the entire tournament, which also had other great matches.

In the first round Steen Lysen, who played quite well yesterday, drew Kim Viljanen. And even though both players averaged just about 82, Kim Viljanen won the match by 6-2.

Kim Viljanen’s day in the tournament stopped though in the next round, as he was whitewashed by Dennis Nilsson 6-0.

Marko Kantele and yesterday’s ET-qualifier Cor Dekker also had to admit, that they had been beaten in the second round.

In the third round Daniel Larsson missed a handful of match darts and lost 6-5 to Brian L√łkken. Per Laursen was also thrown out of the tournament in this round, as he lost 6-1 to Vladimir Andersen, who played with a 94,7 average.

Without some big surprises, Dennis Nilsson and Madars Razma reached the semi-finals, where they would meet Darius Labanauskas and Ulf Ceder.

Madars Razma impressed in his semi-final with a 170-checkout and won the match by 6-1, just as Dennis Nilsson won 6-2 against Darius Labanauskas.

In the final another 170 checkout was made. This time by Dennis Nilsson, who brought himself up by 3-2 with the big checkout.
The two of them kept the pressure on each other, so when Madars Razma missed two match darts, it was no problem for Dennis Nilsson to check out 76.

Therefore Dennis Nilsson could celebrate his first Pro Tour win since 2017.

The success continued for Dennis Nilsson, as he qualified for the Danish Darts Open.

Photo by: Brian Odsgaard/PDC Nordic & Baltic

Because the tournament is in Denmark, the PDC Nordic & Baltic have five entries to the tournament. Therefore Teuvo Haverinnen also qualified for the event.

The three last entries, will go to the best PDCNB-player on the Order of Merit at the 17. of May and two Danes. The qualification for the Danes will take place the 13. of June, the day before Danish Darts Open starts.

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