Glen Durrant: “there’s no hiding place with DartConnect…”

Despite Internet naysayers criticizing BDO World Champion Glen Durrant’s move to the PDC, saying it would expose him as unable to compete with the sport’s top players, Durrant has played brilliantly making finals in back to back pro tour weekends.

Glen Durrant talks about his form in winning the 2019 PDC Players Championship 4 in Wigan, UK:

…a lot of the guys are playing like that…now there’s no hiding place with DartConnect and every dart that you throw can showcase exactly what you’re doing…

Record-breaking FOUR perfect games recorded on DartConnect


The ridiculously high standard of darts by today’s professional players continues to astound fans and experts alike.  Opening weekend of the Professional Dart Corporation’s Players Championship Tour broke event records with FOUR perfect games of 501 thrown by four separate players on the second day alone!

Please see below DartConnect’s turn by turn details of each 9-dart perfect 501 with links to the respective match’s game details.

Dave Chisnall

Event 2 Winner – 92.95 Tournament Average

Geert Nentjes

Top 32 – 93.30 Tournament Average

Michael van Gerwen

Top 8 – 99.28 Tournament Average

Chris Dobey

Top 16 – 95.73 Tournament Average

Ian “Diamond” White Shines Bright – Wins Players Championship 6

In a day when all the favorites fell early, including World #1 Michael van Gerwen, #2 Gary Anderson and many other top seeds, opportunities were there for the asking amidst the highly competitive field.  Coming out of the #9th ranked position based on 3-dart average on the day (98.0 DCA), Ian White bested Dave Chisnall in the final, seizing the deciding leg with a 108 average.

View the DartConnect Match Reports and leaderboard for all the stats:

Michael van Gerwen Wins PDC Players Championship 5

The “Green Machine” overcomes powerful opponent scoring on the way to victory.

Michael van Gerwen continues to dominate the PDC Circuit with another tournament victory at Milton Keynes.  Mighty Mike survived a quarterfinal matchup versus Gary Anderson where the scotsman achieved a 108 average only to lose to the world #1 by a dominating scoreline of 6-1.

Michael then, somehow, goes on to best that performance in the finals, surviving a 110 average onslaught by Chris Dobey and dismisses him 6-2 for the title.

Twice outscored, yet still victorious proves the adage of “doubles for dough” and erases any doubts about this top player’s ranking position.

View the DartConnect Match Reports and leaderboard for all the stats: