American Huffman claims CDC Cyber Series Event Two as Part makes appearance
American Joe Huffman claimed the second remotely contested CDC Cyber Series title on Saturday, joining Canadian Matt Campbell in the winners’ circle.
Huffman, a US Darts Masters qualifier last year, thrashed former World Championship qualifier Jim Long 11-2 in a one-sided final from his home in Virginia.
The two-time CDC event winner defeated John Steinhofer in his opening round match, before booking his place in the last four with a 9-7 win over Chris White.
Huffman proceeded to drop a mere four legs in the latter stages of the tournament, thrashing Jason Brandon 10-2 in the semi-finals and Long 11-2 in the title decider.
The 36-year-old recorded an impressive 95.9 average, four maximums and six winning legs of 15 darts or less in a breathtaking display in the final.
Elsewhere, John Part made a guest appearance in the remotely contested tournament, with the three-time world champion winning his preliminary round match before exiting at the hands of White.
1994 World Matchplay champion Larry Butler departed in the semi-finals against Long, following wins over Justin Fawcett and Joe Donny.
The third monthly Cyber Series event takes place on October 24, following the return of in-person CDC darts from September 26-27 in Canada and October 3-4 in America.
CDC CYBER SERIES
Saturday September 19
Jim Long 9-1 John Beard
Larry Butler 9-4 Joe Donny
Jason Brandon 9-8 Danny Lauby
Joe Huffman 9-7 Chris White
Jim Long 10-2 Larry Butler
Joe Huffman 10-2 Jason Brandon
Joe Huffman 11-2 Jim Long
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