World champion Raymond Van Barneveld announced that he had retired from finding the professional game after playing the final game of the Premier League in his role.
The Dutch had already been dismantled in Rotterdam before he set off on Thursday, but 7-1 winners Michael Van Gerwen won his plan. T at the end of the year.
"Yesterday I don't know where it came from, I played very badly, I lost 7-1 so I knew that I was in exemption and I felt shame," he said to Sky. T Sports.
“I've been thinking that I don't think this is done! ”But that's not good enough.
“For me, I have made a decision, I have done it now. I am fine with this conclusion.
The 51-year-old signed the 210th and final scene of his competition in some style in Rotterdam and his last two trips to see the chance of throwing 180 and 140.
However, Van Gerwen, the current head of the PDC Debt Order, had little mercy in his possession and confirmed what Van Barneveld already knew.
"I've not got the energy to start again," he said.
“I can tell myself enough Ray, take time out of it, but it's not the time since the end of the year.
"I don't want the pain anymore. It's good to see everyone going well but I haven't got any news of what I'm going through."
"It's the pain every week for the last three or four years. I don't want the pain anymore."
He stood to recognize his people home as the pyramids came around, but another type of firework followed by James Wade from the last seven years to move to the third place in the table with talents. T -4 from Michael Smith.
Rob Cross came second from 3-1 in a row to defeat Jeffrey De Zwaan from 7-4 with the top eight with Gerwen Price defeating Peter Wright 7-5 and Daryl Gurney sweeping the pair. go away Mensour Suljovic.