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  Saturday, 5 January, 2002, 21:25 GMT
Embassy World Darts results
Embassy world champion in 2001, John Walton
John Walton is the defending Embassy champion

Results and draw:
First round | Second round | Quarter-finals | Semi-finals | Final


Final:
Best of 11 sets

M King (4) (Eng) 4-6 T David (Aus)


Semi-final draw:
Best of nine sets

C Monk (Eng) 1-5 M King (4) (Eng)
M Adams (2) (Eng) 4-5 T David (Aus)

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Quarter-final results and draw:
Best of nine sets

C Monk (Eng) 5-4 W Mardle (8) (Eng)
R Barneveld (5) (Ned) 3-5 M King (4) (Eng)
M Adams (2) (Eng) 5-1 W Jones (Eng)
B Taylor (6) (Sco) 4-5 T David (Aus)

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Second round results:
Best of five sets

J Walton (1) (Eng) 2-3 C Monk (Eng)
S Nagy (Swe) 1-3 W Mardle (8) (Eng)
E Clarys (Bel) 0-3 R Barneveld (5) (Ned)
M Suljovic (Aut) 1-3 M King (4) (Eng)
S Coote (Eng) 1-3 M Adams (2) (Eng)
W Jones (Eng) 3-2 T Hankey (7) (Eng)
C Stompe (Ned) 1-3 B Taylor (6) (Sco)
T David (Aus) 3-1 M Pusa (3) (Fin)

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First round results:
Best of five sets

T O'Shea (Eng) 2-3 C Monk (Eng)
J Walton (1) (Eng) 3-0 A Fordham (Eng)
S Nagy (Swe) 3-0 G Anderson (Sco)
W Mardle (8) (Eng) 3-0 D Richardson (Eng)
A Welge (Ger) 1-3 E Clarys (Bel)
R Barneveld (5) (Ned) 3-1 B George (Eng)
M Suljovic (Aut) 3-2 V vd Voort (Ned)
M King (4) (Eng) 3-1 R Stewart (Aus)
M Korhonen (Swe) 1-3 S Coote (Eng)
M Adams (2) (Eng) 3-0 P Johnstone (Sco)
T Eccles (Eng) 2-3 W Jones (Eng)
T Hankey (7) (Eng) 3-2 J Komula (Fin)
C Stompe (Ned) 3-0 M Veitch (Sco)
B Taylor (6) (Sco) 3-0 J Ferrell (Eng)
R Davies (Wal) 1-3 T David (Aus)
M Pusa (3) (Fin) 3-1 M Clark (Eng)

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A record prize of 48,000 will go to the player who can go unbeaten over eight nerve-wracking days in front of thousands of hardened fans and millions of armchair viewers.

Second best will go home 24,000 to the good and even the losing semi-finalists will have their bank balances boosted by more than 10,000 as sponsors Imperial Tobacco raise the stakes at the Lakeside.

Paul Lim, then representing Singapore, won 52,000 in 1990 with the only Embassy finals nine-darter to date.

The feat, said to be more difficult than snooker's 147 clearance, is worth the same sum to the first person checking out with nine arrows in this year's event.


Paul Lim, the only man to achieve a nine-dart checkout in the history of the Embassy World Championship
Lim is the only man to achieve a nine-darter in the event's history

Prize money

Embassy 2002 champion: 48,000
Runner-up: 24,000
Losing semi-finalists: 10,500 x 2
Losing quarter-finalists: 5,500 x 4
Losing second round: 4,000 x 8
Losing first round: 2,650 x 16
Highest checkout: 2,000
Leading non-qualifiers: 5,400 (shared)

Special achievement award for the first televised nine-dart game 501: 52,000

Embassy World Darts Championship

David wins final

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