Dimitri Van den Bergh was the first player to qualify for the quarter-final in the Grand Slam of Darts on Wednesday. The 24-year-old Belgian won second round thanks to a ninth-thirteen inning from Stephen Bunting.
Van Den Bergh threw the perfect leg in the fifteenth leg of 8-6 points by two consecutive 180 players and a 141 goal (triple 20, triple 19 and double 12).
The youth champion did not really get a killing level for the rest and was almost always below the average of ninety points per three arrows.
Van Den Bergh and Bunting went up to 4-4, but then our southern neighbor drove and then he made his nickname "The DreamMaker" at the end with his first nine in a row ever on a television tournament.
Van Den Bergh is on Friday to win a place in the semi-final against the winner of the match between world champion Rob Cross and Mensur Suljovic.