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Article: Price Hopes to End Draws Jinx for Top Four

Price Hopes to End Draws Jinx for Top Four

Gerwyn Price remains the only unbeaten player left in the Unibet Premier League after a 7-1 win over Peter Wright. The Iceman took full advantage of an out-of-sorts Snakebite in Dublin and added a win to his three previous draws. Now the flying Welshman hopes he has finally ditched his draw curse in a bid for the top four and finals night at the O2. He said: “I know Peter didn’t perform there but I’m happy with a 7-1 win. I’d rather play him when he’s in that state than when he’s firing on all cylinders. “Especially in the Premier League after three draws, I feel like I’m in the tournament now. “When I was 6-1 up I probably knew I wasn’t going to draw. I was stood behind Peter and I played him in the Pro Tour and every dart was treble, treble, treble. “I think every dart was just missing today. It was a better scene for me looking from behind. Peter will come back from this. He didn’t play very well, I was alright at the start and went off at the end but it’s a very good win for me. “I didn’t miss out by legs last year, I missed out because of too many draws. I’ve had three draws already and I thought that might come back and bite me again but I think I can push on from this win now. “I need to perform a bit better next week because I think I need to. I was lucky Peter wasn’t on his game. “It’s nice to be unbeaten but I wanted to get a win under my belt. It’s taken until week four to get a win and I’ve finally done it. I’ve got five points and it doesn’t look like I’ll get dumped out at the cut-off, that was the main aim. Now hopefully I’ll try and get into the top four. “It was good to win the Pro Tour. I was changing darts, messing about with two different sets and it didn’t work for me. “So I just went back to my old set like I said the previous week. I got to two finals, picked up £16,000. Personally I thought I should have won both of them. It doesn’t always go that way. So happy days.” By Phil Lanning (@lannomedia) Photography courtesy of Taylor Lanning (@taylanningpix)

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