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VIDEO: Stowe Buntz Close To Perfect Game of Cricket With 11 Darts
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VIDEO: Stowe Buntz Close To Perfect Game of Cricket With 11 Darts

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One of the players who was impressive at the Grand Slam of Darts was Stowe Buntz. The American won against Peter Wright and Stephen Bunting and just lost 4-5 against Dave Chisnall. Last night he even managed to make it into the quarter final beating Andrew Gilding 10-5. But he is not only great in 501 games but is also the one who got close to becoming the first player to have a perfect game in cricket.

These days, the darts world in Europe is getting acquainted with Stowe Buntz, widely regarded as the American Peter Wright. At the Grand Slam of Darts, he has already surprised friend and foe by reaching the quarterfinals.

But Buntzy has more in his repertoire and proved that behind the scenes. During a game of cricket, he aimed for a perfect game with 11 consecutive darts, as seen in these images. Stowe Buntz is on the verge of making history with 11 perfect darts in a row.

He would have been the first player to score a perfect game in a cricket match. This is a game format that is particularly popular in the soft-tip world and is rarely played in Europe in steel-tip darts. A similar variant called tactics is played in some competitions, often in the lower divisions.

Recently, the American made headlines for a very unusual reason. He threw with both hands at the same time because he had already given up on the match. However, the most remarkable part was yet to come.

From that moment, things took off for Buntz, who has since lost almost no matches. At the Grand Slam of Darts, he lost only once in the group stage to Dave Chisnall, but otherwise, he remains undefeated in this tournament.

The sensation of the tournament will face Stephen Bunting in the quarterfinals on Saturday. Will the American succeed in making the feat even bigger with a spot in the semifinals?