Latvian darts thrower Madars Razma suffered a loss in Amsterdam in the second round of the Professional Darts Corporation’s World Series of Darts Finals on Saturday.
Razma, who is ranked 52nd in the PDC, gave in to world ranked 19th Englishman Mervin King with 0-6.
The Latvian dart thrower was released from the first round of the fight.
The 24-player tournament has a prize pool of 300,000 British pounds (355 thousand euros), of which 70,000 pounds (83 thousand euros) will be awarded to the winner. The tournament features 11 players from Wales, Scotland and England, and seven more from the Netherlands.
PDC leader Gervin Price from Wales has been nominated for the first number.