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World Grand Prix 2014

CityWest Hotel, Dublin
The World Grand Prix 2014 will be played from 6 to 12 October in the familiar Citywest Hotel in Dublin. The top 16 of the Order of Merit, plus the best 14 players from the Players Championship Order of Merit and the two best Irish players complete the field of 32. Traditionally all legs in Ireland must not only be finished with a double, but each leg should be started with a double too. Phil Taylor won this tournament eleven of the sixteen times it was held. Michael van Gerwen from the Netherlands was the strongest in 2012.
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Prize fund:

  1. £ 100,000
  2. £ 45,000
  3. £ 23,500
  4. Total: £ 400,000

Reigning champion:

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Phil Taylor

Last TV Tournament

Sydney Darts Masters 2014

Horden Pavilion, Sydney
Sydney Darts Masters 2014 Phil Taylor
In 2014, the PDC returns to Sydney as part of the World Tour. Again, the top eight of the world compete in the first round against eight players from the Australian continent. The new venue is the Horden Pavilion. The winner is the same. Phil Taylor beats Stephen Bunting, who has received a wildcard to participate, in the final. The tournament biggest surprise was the elimination in the first round of Michael van Gerwen. He spoils a 5-1 lead and loses 5-6 to the New Zealander Warren Parry. Raymond van Barneveld loses in the first round for the second year in a row, this time Kyle Anderson is too strong ...

Order of Merit

  • Updated on 15/09/2014 10:09 Prize fund
    • 1
    • Michael van Gerwen
    • £ 870,200
    • 2
    • Phil Taylor
    • £ 747,850
    • 3
    • Adrian Lewis
    • £ 355,700
    • 4
    • Simon Whitlock
    • £ 339,100
    • 5
    • Peter Wright
    • £ 289,250
    • 6
    • Gary Anderson
    • £ 240,300
    • 7
    • James Wade
    • £ 230,450
    • 8
    • Dave Chisnall
    • £ 227,050
    • 9
    • Robert Thornton
    • £ 219,250
    • 10
    • Mervyn King
    • £ 213,900
  • Updated on 07/09/2014 11:09 Points
    • 1
    • James Wilson
    • 253
    • 2
    • Martin Adams
    • 242
    • 3
    • Alan Norris
    • 236
    • 4
    • Scott Mitchell
    • 230
    • 5
    • Glenn Durrant
    • 228
    • 6
    • Robbie Green
    • 218
    • 7
    • Jamie Hughes
    • 218
    • 8
    • Martin Phillips
    • 216
    • 9
    • Wesley Harms
    • 216
    • 10
    • Gary Robson
    • 215