February 2015

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James lost his unbeaten recored in this years Betway Premier League losing 7-4 to world Champion Gary Anderson, James lead 3-2 but some power scoring from Anderson got him back into the game.

James will look back a few missed double but the Machine will be back strong next week as he plays Phil Taylor in Exeter, Once again James would like to thank you all for the support #TeamWade

 

Match Stats

Gary Anderson 7-4 James Wade
15 100+ 10
6 140+ 8
2 170+ 0
4 180 2
98.64 Average 94.60
92 High Finish 84
2 Breaks of Throw 1
7/20 – 35% Checkout % 4/8 – 50%
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James today has signed a sponsorship deal with Man Trucks.

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James remains unbeaten in this years Betway Premier League after drawing 6-6 with Dave Chisnall at the Echo arena in Liverpool, both players will feel they should have won this match but will also be pleased they didn’t lose. In 12 legs of darts we saw 34 tons 18 140s and 4 180s was a great show of scoring from both, James had a 30% on the doubles tonight.

 

James is now in the play-off places after week 3 in Liverpool and he will be looking to stay there and book his place at finals night . Next week James will Play World Champion Gary Anderson in Belfast

 

Match Stats

 

James Wade 6-6 Dave Chisnall
17 100+ 17
12 140+ 6
0 170+ 0
0 180 4
90.19 Average 93.27
142 High Finish 63
2 Breaks of Throw 2
6/20 – 30% Checkout % 6/22 – 27%
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James crashes out of the German Master losing 6-4 to Vincent Van Der Voort this afternoon, missed doubles cost the machine missing 6 clear darts in the first leg of the match and finishing with a 26.67% on the checkouts. James still averaged 95 even with the doubles letting him  down  this afternoon.
James wishes his friend Vincent all the best for the rest of the tournament, James will be back in action this coming Thursday in Liverpool in the Betway Premier League

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James moves into the third round of the German Masters with a 6-3 over Terry Jenkins, the Machine followed up Thursdays great performance in the Premier League with yet another good performance to continue a good start to 2015, he got the better of the Bull with a 99.95 average with 3 180s and 8 140s and get again James finishing was good with a check out percentage of 37.5%

Jame will be back in action tomorrow afternoon as he looks to add the German Masters to his long list of PDC titles

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James remains unbeaten in this years Betway Premier League after beating Kim Huybrechts 7-2 at the BIC in Bournemouth, James was in control from the outset and raced into a 3-0 lead, Kim then got a leg on the board but the Machine then won the next 3 legs to guarantee at least a point, Kim then held throw then James held throw to take the match.

 

James was his brilliant best on tops and tens to have a huge 70% on the doubles hitting 7 from 10 and an impressive 104.09 3 dart average, next week we move on to Liverpool where James will play Dave Chisnall.
James said after “ I would like to thank the crowd they were brilliant, i love come here it’s a special place to play, and i loving being back in the Premier League this year”

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James Wade and Stephen Bunting draw 6-6 on the opening night of the Betway Premier League, the match swung one way then the other with both players braking throw early on, James then broke to lead 6-4 but Stephen broke back as the two players had to settle for a point each.

James finshed with an average of 95.56 with a high finish of 101 and a check out percentage of 46.15.

Next week the Premier League moves on to Bournemouth next Thursday where james will play  Kim Huybrechts in the 4th game of the night.

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James has gone out of the Unibet Masters this afternoon losing 10-5 against World Champion Gary Anderson, Anderson was nothing short of unplayable in the first 5 legs averaging 121 at the break, after the break James came back to win the session 4-1 to cut Anderson’s lead to 6-4 but in the final session Gary powered home to victory.

 

James would like to thank the fans for the great support over the weekend and is now looking forward to the start of the Premier league in Leeds on Thursday night where he plays Stephen Bunting live on SkySports

 

Match Stats

James Wade 5-10 Gary Anderson
19 100+ 20
10 140+ 11
1 170+ 0
3 180 7
96.83 Average 105.34
80 High Finish 130
2 Breaks of Throw 4
5/14 – 36% Checkout % 10/21 – 48%
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James remains on course to defend the title he won last year and  booked his place in the last 8 of the Unibet Masters with a 10-3 victory over Mervyn King in a repeat of last years final, this time out James started a lot stronger and never let Mervyn settle as he ran into a 5-0 lead, after the break legs were shared until a stunning 138 finish in the 9th leg from the machine put the tie to bed.

Tomorrow James will play the current PDC World Champion Gary Anderson live on ITV4

Match Stats

James Wade 10-3 Mervyn King
20 100+ 11
14 140+ 6
1 170+ 0
2 180 2
96.85 Average 80.46
138 High Finish 61
3 Breaks of Throw 0
10/29 – 34% Checkout % 3/10 – 30%