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The biggest darts event of the summer - and the year so far - is over and it ended up being a history-making one for a much more triumphant reason than it's crowd-less location.
A star-studded field of 32 headed to Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes - rather than it's spiritual home of the Winter Gardens in Blackpool - for a behind-closed-doors edition of the PDC's second-longest running major, which was first staged in No fans but plenty of shocks and drama as the big three of Michael van Gerwen, Peter Wright and Gerwyn Price as well as defending champion Rob Cross all departed before the quarter-finals.
One usual suspect in Gary Anderson did, however, avoid the wreckage to reach his 20th major final but he was unable to win his second World Matchplay title as debutant Dimitri Van den Bergh thrashed him with the help of checkout to win his first senior trophy crown in his maiden major final.
Here, you can look back on how the event unfolded with all the results and daily round-ups while there's also details on how the players qualified, prize money and a history section.
There was no rankings movement in the top 12 during the PDC Summer Series although James Wade did close the gap between himself and Gary Anderson thanks to winning one of the five events.
However, the players ranked did shuffle around significantly, with Krzysztof Ratajski 15th to 13th and Glen Durrant 16th to 15th making new career-high climbs which means they avoid a potential meeting with top seed Michael van Gerwen in the second round.
That fate falls on Simon Whitlock, although he's in such bad form right now, he may struggle to get past Summer Series event winner Ryan Joyce.
The unseeded players were the top 16 on the one-year ProTour Order of Merit who hadn't already qualified via the above list. Remarkably - despite how tight this ranking list was all the way down to around the 40th position before a dart was thrown at Summer Series - only two players outside the qualification places managed to climb their way into the The first was Ryan Joyce thanks largely to the maiden ranking title he managed to achieve on day two and the other was Ricky Evans, who moved up just two places with some steady performances, while Ryan Searle and Kim Huybrechts were the pair who were dislodged.
This is how much every player in the World Matchplay earned during the five-day Summer Series to give you an indication of form ahead of their return to the Marshall Arena.
Smith 12 M. Suljovic 12 M. Suljovic 10 J. Hughes 10 P. Wright 8 J. Sousa 8 P. Wright 10 G. Durrant 11 G. Durrant 3 J. Zwaan 18 G. Durrant 10 D. Gurney 16 V.
Voort 5 R. Evans 5 D. Gurney 6 D. Chisnall 11 V. Voort 10 V. Voort 15 G. Durrant 7 G. Price 17 D. Bergh 10 D. Noppert 7 D. Noppert 11 A.
Lewis 11 A. Lewis 9 S. Beaton 12 A. Lewis 5 N. Aspinall 16 D. Bergh 11 D. Bergh 12 I. White 9 J. Cullen 13 J. Bergh G. Anderson Cross M.
Smith Anderson M. Suljovic Taylor P. Wright Gerwen P. Taylor Gerwen J. Wade Taylor M. Gerwen Taylor A. Lewis Taylor J. James P.
Taylor R. Barneveld Taylor T. Jenkins James J. Wade T. James C. Lloyd J. Part Dudbridge Taylor W. Mardle Burnett Warriner James R.
Harrington P. Manley Harrington R. Baxter Evison D. Priestley Taylor D. Butler D. Bristow B. Sinnaeve Anderson J. Lowe Gregory J.
Wilson Lowe C. Lazarenko Simon Whitlock Simon Whitlock Averages 1. Ryan Joyce Ryan Joyce Averages 1. Krzysztof Ratajski Krzysztof Ratajski Averages 1.
Jermaine Wattimena Jermaine Wattimena Averages 1. James Wade James Wade Averages 1. Keegan Brown Keegan Brown Averages 1.
Brendan Dolan Brendan Dolan Averages 1. Gary Anderson Gary Anderson Averages 1. Justin Pipe Justin Pipe Averages 1. Mensur Suljovic Mensur Suljovic Averages 1.
Jamie Hughes Jamie Hughes Averages 1. Glen Durrant Glen Durrant Averages 1. Jeffrey de Zwaan Jeffrey de Zwaan Averages 1. Gabriel Clemens Gabriel Clemens Averages 1.
Rob Cross Rob Cross Averages 1. Peter Wright Peter Wright Averages 1. Jose de Sousa Jose de Sousa Averages 1.
Michael Smith Michael Smith Averages 1. Jonny Clayton Jonny Clayton Averages 1. Dave Chisnall Dave Chisnall Averages 1. Joe Cullen Joe Cullen Averages 1.
Ian White Ian White Averages 1. Daryl Gurney Daryl Gurney Averages 1. Ricky Evans Ricky Evans Averages 1. Danny Noppert Danny Noppert Averages 1.
Gerwyn Price Gerwyn Price Averages 1. Adrian Lewis Adrian Lewis Averages 1. Steve Beaton Steve Beaton Averages 1. Nathan Aspinall Nathan Aspinall Averages 1.
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