Daniel Larsson got his best result yet at a Players Championship event this weekend.
Another Players Championship weekend was being held this weekend. Just as in the first weekend, all four PDC Nordic & Baltic Tour Card holders were present.
The first day was with some success, as both Marko Kantele and Darius Labanauskas reached the second round. Marko Kantele won 6-3 against Mervyn King in the first round, and then he lost 6-3 against Stephen Bunting in the second.
Darius Labanauskas absolutely dominated Andy Hamilton in the first round, as he won 6-1 and averaged 106,8. Unfotunately he could not continue the level, as he lost 6-4 against Mensur Suljovic in the second round.
Madars Razma and Daniel Larsson both lost in the first round, as they lost against Chris Dobey and Peter Jacques respectively.
The event was won by Ryan Searle. This was his first ever tournament win in the PDC, if you don’t count his two tournament wins at the Challenge Tour in 2016.
At Sunday Daniel Larsson and Madars Razma pushed back, as Daniel Larsson reached the fourth round and Madars Razma reached the third.
Daniel Larsson won against Reece Robinson, Gavin Carlin and David Pallett, before he lost against Maik Kuivenhoven in the fourth round.
Madars Razma won against the former world champion Steve Beaton in the first round, before he won against Mike De Decker in a thriller of a match. In the third round Adrian Lewis proved to strong, as the former two time world champion won 6-3.
Darius Labanauskas also reached the third round, at the Players Championship 4, as he won against Michael Smith and Scott Mitchell in the first two rounds. Against Michael Smith he even averaged 103.7.
In the third round he lost 6-1 against Jamie Hughes.
Marko Kantele won against Darren Penhall in the first round of the event, but in the second round he lost 6-4 against Ross Smith.
At Friday the first ever Tour Card holder European Qualifier was being held. It was the first time, as the qualification for Europe for the Tour Card holders used to be two qualifications. One for the British players and one for the rest of Europe. For the 2020 season, all Tour Card holders participate at one united qualifier, with 24 spots at each event.
At the qualification for the Belgian Darts Championship (ET1), Madars Razma was the only participant from the Nordicc & Baltic region. Unfortunately he did not qualify.
At the qualification for the European Darts Grand Prix (ET2), Madars Razma participated once again. This time he was joined by Marko Kantele and Darius Labanauskas, but with no luck for the three of them.