Scott Waites slides to next round with three wins in Group 27
After claiming three consecutive victories in the Group 27, 43-year-old Darts star, Scott Waites, has become the newest player to take up his second chance in the PDC Home Tour following his astounding display.
The two-time BDO World Darts Champion defeated Steve Beaton in the night opening match with 97.4 and five 180s he was able to see of Beaton with 5-3 wins. Which followed by also sending off Dutch star Ron Meulenkamp in a 5-0 victory. With some tips for the darts match, several fans have a good chance for a prediction.
In his final match for the Group 27, he played against Ross Smith, who had a record of two consecutive victories after defeating Steve Beaton in his last one, and won in a 5-2 win.
He was able to complete a 98.6 average and a 5/5 on the double with a 5-2 win to have an undefeated streak in the Group 27. The 43-year-old Darts player leisurely slides to the next round of the competition.
The English professional Darts player was only able to finish as a runner-up to Dave Chisnall back in April on the third night of the competition, and with him handed a second chance like every other competitor, Waites was able to triumph.
Scott Waites, who pulled three consecutive victories, wasn’t the only one as Spanish Darts player Cristo Reyes, who made his PDC Home debut, was also able to have three straight wins as he moves to the next round of the competition.
The 32-year-old Spaniard took off his campaign for the night in a match against Scottish John Henderson with a close 5-4 win, which followed by another 5-4 close win against Ryan Meikle, where he scored a 95.2 average and checkout of 138.
And in his final match for the Group 29, Reyes was able to see off Danny Noppert in a 5-2 victory to have a clean sweep in the group and moving on to the next round.