German Darts Championship
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|German Darts Championship|
|Venue||Gerry Weber Centre (2007–2009)
Halle 39 (2013–present)
|Organisation(s)||Professional Darts Corporation|
|Format||Legs (2009, 2012–present)
|Prize fund||€100,200 (2007–2009)
|Month(s) Played||January (2007–2009)
The German Darts Championship is a darts tournament organised by the Professional Darts Corporation. The event began in 2007 and was held in the Gerry Weber Centre in Halle, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It was a Premier event on the PDC Calendar for its first three stagings. Phil Taylor is the defending champion.
The fourth edition was originally moved into the beginning of 2011, but was translated into two separate players championship events which took place on 29–30 January 2011.
|Year||Champion||Score (legs)||Runner-Up||Sponsor||Prize Fund||Champion||Runner-up|
|2007||Phil Taylor||4–1 (sets)||Denis Ovens||PartyPoker.net||€100,200||€25,000||€12,000|
|2008||Co Stompé||4–2 (sets)||Phil Taylor||PartyPoker.net||€100,200||€25,000||€12,000|
|2009||Phil Taylor||11–4||Mervyn King||PartyPoker.net||€100,200||€25,000||€12,000|
|2012||Phil Taylor||6–2||Dave Chisnall||£82,100||£15,000||£7,500|
|2013||Dave Chisnall||6–2||Peter Wright||£100,000||£20,000||£10,000|
|2014||Gary Anderson||6–5||Justin Pipe||£100,000||£20,000||£8,000|
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