partypoker.com World Grand Prix Final, Phil Taylor 6-0 Dave Chisnall, leg-by-leg (From St Helens Star)
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partypoker.com World Grand Prix Final, Phil Taylor 6-0 Dave Chisnall, leg-by-leg
10:36pm Sunday 13th October 2013 in Sport
First Set - 3-0 Taylor.
Taylor wins the opening leg by finishing 86 on double seven, before hitting a 180 and a 44 finish to break in leg two and tops to win the third leg and stage the set.
Second Set - 3-0 Taylor.
Taylor takes the opener on double four, finishes double 16 in the second leg and lands a 180 and double 12 to take the set, with Chisnall yet to have a dart at a finishing double.
Third Set - 3-0 Taylor.
Chisnall misses nine opening doubles as Taylor wins his seventh successive leg by hitting double top for a 13-darter, before opening the second with a 160 score as he lands double 16 to move two legs up, and he posts the same double to win leg three and take a third set without Chisnall having a chance to get off the mark
Fourth Set - 3-0 Taylor.
Chisnall finally reaches a finishing double, but misses the bull for a 126 finish as Taylor hits tops to take the opening leg, finishes 78 in the second and double 16 to win the third as he continues a relentless performance.
Fifth Set - 3-0 Taylor.
Taylor hits a 180 and double 12 to win the opening leg, and produces another killer blow in the second, with Chisnall leaving himself 24 only to see Taylor take out 86 for a 14-darter to deny him a chance to win a first leg, before he wins the third leg to take yet another set without reply.
Sixth Set - 3-2 Taylor.
Chisnall wins his first leg of the game in the opener, amazingly whitewashing Taylor, who misses 12 opening doubles as the St Helens man finishes a 13-darter to finally get off the mark. Taylor hit a 180 and double two to take the second leg, and defied Chisnall's first 180 of the game in the third by taking out a stunning 164 finish, after his opponent missed double top for a 135 checkout. Chisnall finished 76 in two darts to take the fourth leg and send the set into a decider, but missed his chance to take the set as Taylor hit a 174 and posted double eight to claim the £100,000 title.
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