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Rig Wrecker Flash Game. Coastal Cannon Flash Game. Honey Robber Flash Game. Additionally, King hit his first ever 9-dart leg of aged fourteen in a practice match with his father.
King made his professional debut as a year-old in the World Masters where he lost in the last 32 to Andy Fordham.
He reached the semi final of the event beating Ronnie Baxter and Roland Scholten before losing to eventual champion Les Wallace.
King reached eight major finals whilst playing in the BDO and converted only two of them into tournament victories. His first major final came in the World Masters where he beat such players as Peter Manley and Colin Monk before eventually narrowly falling to John Walton 2 sets to 3.
King beat Raymond van Barneveld in the quarter-finals 5—3 whilst averaging In , King had another successful year as he reached two semi-finals and two finals, winning one, in the four BDO majors.
He began the year ranked third in the seedings for the second consecutive year. Despite this he lost in the final for the second time in three years losing to Andy Fordham 3 sets to 6.
King was surrounded by controversy during this tournament following speculation about his future and a possible switch to the PDC.
This would prove to be his last tournament as a BDO player. He reached the quarter-finals before losing to Wayne Mardle.
He also gained a place in the World Matchplay where he reached the quarter-finals before losing to eventual champion James Wade.
His performances in his first year helped him steadily climb the world rankings and qualify for his first PDC World Championship.
He beat Barrie Bates in the quarter-finals before falling to Phil Taylor 2—6 with Taylor averaging King carried on his good form into the World Matchplay in July.
Taylor prevailed 17—6, averaging This was after beating Colin Osborne in the second round 9—6 recording a Also in , King achieved his first televised nine dart finish.
It came in September at the South African Masters against James Wade , and was the first ever televised nine dart finish outside of Europe. King made a great start to his Premier League career as he opened up with an 8—1 victory over Sky wildcard Wayne Mardle.
He then went on to record three more victories on the bounce beating James Wade 8—1, John Part 8—2 and Jelle Klaasen 8—4.
He then faced defending champion Phil Taylor in Newcastle , recording a 7—7 draw despite leading 7—5 with both players averaging over King was also a controversial figure during the tournament, often letting the crowd get to him and affect his mood and darts.
During the post-match interview, neither of them would look at each other. Five-time world champion Eric Bristow claimed that King "needs a strait jacket" after the performance.
Despite this victory he was to finish runner-up as he lost the final 13—8 to Wade, who beat Raymond van Barneveld 10—8 in the other semi-final.
Wade led King 8—2 before a mini comeback from King but Wade was able to see the game out to claim his maiden Premier League Darts title. This was his third PDC Premier event final without victory.
King hit his second televised nine-dart finish during the match. His first loss of the season came in Belfast as he lost 6—8 to Ronnie Baxter.
His rivalry with Phil Taylor continued in Manchester, where King recorded a 7—7 draw. He finished on the same number of points as Baxter, but qualified due to a better leg difference.
Just like in the previous year, he played against Taylor in the semi-final. This time, Taylor resoundingly won 8—1, averaging After the World Championship, King dropped out of the automatic qualifying places for the Premier League Darts , and was not awarded a wildcard.
His successful streak in the Players Championship Finals continued as he again reached the semi-final for the second consecutive year.
He lost in the semi-final to Phil Taylor 8— He successfully qualified for the World Matchplay Darts as the 9th seed.
King produced his second victory over Taylor in major competitions with an 8—5 win. However, he lost in the quarter-finals to eventual winner Kevin Painter.
King played Geoff Kime in the first round of the World Championship and outplayed his opponent, winning 3—0 without dropping a leg. In his first round match against Terry Jenkins , King survived five missed match darts from his opponent to edge the game 2—1 in sets,  and then saw off Dave Chisnall 3—1 and Robert Thornton 3—0 in 31 minutes to meet home favourite Brendan Dolan in the semi-finals.
King won all three of his group games at the Grand Slam of Darts , but was defeated by Kevin Painter 5—10 in the last The match has been described as a classic with both players missing darts to win before Winstanley took the deciding set 6—4.
He was the seventh seed for the UK Open itself. He faced van Gerwen once more in the final and was defeated 3—6.
He faced Steve Beaton and with the final on throw with Beaton 4—3 ahead King incredibly burst his score when on as he hit a treble 20 with his last dart instead of a single to leave Beaton replied by finishing and, even though King fought back to take the match into a deciding leg, he never had a dart for the title as Beaton won 6—5.
He lost nine of the first eleven legs and could never recover as he was beaten 4—1 in sets. He fell 3—0 down to Lewis and was denied a place in the final with a 10—6 defeat.
In a tight match in the quarter-finals of the World Grand Prix , King was defeated in a final leg decider against Van Gerwen as he was unable to checkout He built on his momentum in the final against James Wade to lead 5—0 after the first session with an average of and was also 9—2 in front.
Wade rallied to trail 9—6 before a finish from King saw him stand one leg away from his first PDC major title. However, he would miss a total of eight championship darts as Wade completed his comeback with an 11—10 win.
King suffered a surprise 3—2 defeat to German teenager Max Hopp in the first round of the World Championship. King was on the brink of being knocked out in the first round of the World Championship as he was 2—0 down in sets to Steve West.
In the third set, West was on 36 for the match, but King took out a finish, won the set and levelled the match at 2—2. In the deciding set West missed two match darts and King would win 3—2 and was in tears on stage afterwards.
King then hit a match saving checkout to help him close to 3—3 and Smith missed three more match darts in the deciding set, but eventually got over the line to edge King out 4—3.
King has reached two World Championship finals and four semi-finals since making his debut in the BDO version in He went as far as the semi-final in his debut year, losing to eventual champion Les Wallace.
During his run he hit thirty s, setting a new record for the tournament at the time. He narrowly beat Raymond van Barneveld 5—3 in the quarter-finals.
In , King again reached the world final. The match ended in a 6—3 victory for Fordham, making it the second time in three years that King had finished runner-up.
I just did not turn up". This run set up a semi-final clash with Phil Taylor. King lost to Taylor 2—6.
King has been the subject of controversy during his career. In following his semi-final defeat to Raymond van Barneveld , he subsequently blamed the air conditioning being on.
The players returned with the majority of the crowd against King, though he went on to win the match 3—1. Despite winning the game 5—4, he exchanged heated words with Henderson towards the end of the match and was visibly unhappy.
It was also discovered that King had complained to the match referee, George Noble, about the alleged infringement.
Many pundits, most notably Chris Mason , pointed out that Henderson rarely checks his standing position before throwing, and publicly criticised King for insinuating that Henderson cheated.
King used to be married with three children. He is remarried with Tracey Steggles born in His father was a regular presence at darts tournaments, often cheering King during matches while wearing his trademark crown.
King is good friends with and lives close to fellow darts player Peter Wright and they often practice together.
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