1987 BDO World Darts Championship

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Embassy World Darts Championship
Tournament information
Dates 9–17 January 1987
Venue Lakeside Country Club
Location Frimley Green, Surrey[1]
Country England
Organisation(s) BDO
Format Sets
Final – best of 11
Prize fund £60,300
Winners share £14,000
High checkout 161 Scotland Jocky Wilson
161 England John Lowe
Champion(s)
England John Lowe[2]
«1986 1988»

The 1987 Embassy World Darts Championship was held at the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green, Surrey between 9 and 17 January 1987. John Lowe, the 1978 champion and four-time runner-up in the event, beat three-time defending champion Eric Bristow in a repeat of the 1981 and 1985 finals.

Seeds[edit]

  1. England Eric Bristow
  2. England John Lowe
  3. England Mike Gregory
  4. England Bob Anderson
  5. England Dave Whitcombe
  6. Scotland Jocky Wilson
  7. England Cliff Lazarenko
  8. England Keith Deller

Prize money[edit]

The prize fund was £62,000.

Champion: £14,000
Runner-Up: £7,000
Semi-Finalists (2): £3,500
Quarter-Finalists (4): £2,900
Last 16 (8): £1,400
Last 32 (16): £700

There was also a 9 Dart Checkout prize of £52,000, along with a High Checkout prize of £1,000.

The Results[edit]

First Round (best of 5 sets) Second Round (best of 5 sets) Quarter-Finals (best of 7 sets) Semi-Finals (best of 9 sets) Final (best of 11 sets)
                             
1 England Eric Bristow (88.80) 3
United States Tony Payne (84.78) 0
1 England Eric Bristow (88.35) 3
United States Rick Ney (84.99) 0
  United States Rick Ney (83.73) 3
Australia Terry O'Dea (81.18) 1
1 England Eric Bristow (96.30) 4
Sweden Lars Erik Karlsson (87.24) 1
8 England Keith Deller (81.90) 0
Wales Brian Cairns (83.61) 3
  Wales Brian Cairns (79.32) 2
Sweden Lars Erik Karlsson (79.08) 3
  Sweden Lars Erik Karlsson (81.72) 3
Scotland Peter McDonald (78.72) 1
1 England Eric Bristow (88.59) 5
Wales Alan Evans (82.23) 0
5 England Dave Whitcombe (79.74) 2
Canada Bob Sinnaeve (83.43) 3
  Canada Bob Sinnaeve (88.41) 0
Wales Alan Evans (93.06) 3
  Wales Alan Evans (89.28) 3
Northern Ireland Ray Farrell (84.45) 2
Wales Alan Evans (84.51) 4
4 England Bob Anderson (89.94) 3
4 England Bob Anderson (92.07) 3
Wales Peter Locke (83.73) 0
4 England Bob Anderson (86.40) 3
Singapore Paul Lim (80.55) 1
  Singapore Paul Lim (77.07) 3
Finland Kexi Heinäharju (77.58) 1
1 England Eric Bristow (94.29) 4
2 England John Lowe (90.63) 6
2 England John Lowe (89.64) 3
England Bobby George (88.17) 1
2 England John Lowe (99.15) 3
England Dave Lee (90.93) 1
  England Dave Lee (95.28) 3
England Kevin Kenny (93.90) 0
2 England John Lowe (95.70) 4
7 England Cliff Lazarenko (83.91) 0
7 England Cliff Lazarenko (90.15) 3
Australia Russell Stewart (89.07) 2
7 England Cliff Lazarenko (81.63) 3
Finland Tapani Uitos (90.27) 2
  Finland Tapani Uitos (80.04) 3
Scotland Robert MacKenzie (73.56) 0
2 England John Lowe (94.83) 5
6 Scotland Jocky Wilson (92.85) 0
6 Scotland Jocky Wilson (88.65) 3
Wales Ceri Morgan (78.45) 0
6 Scotland Jocky Wilson (83.64) 3
Belgium Frans Devooght (79.92) 1
  Belgium Frans Devooght (74.88) 3
Canada Avtar Gill (70.77) 1
6 Scotland Jocky Wilson (82.56) 4
3 England Mike Gregory (88.38) 3
3 England Mike Gregory (89.55) 3
Wales Leighton Rees (78.39) 0
3 England Mike Gregory (94.50) 3
England Ritchie Gardner (86.43) 0
  England Ritchie Gardner (82.08) 3
England Alan Glazier (77.76) 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The World Championship of Darts". Learnaboutdarts.com. Retrieved 2011-02-03. 
  2. ^ Ralph Hickok (2010-01-16). "History - World Darts Champions". HickokSports.com. Retrieved 2011-02-03.