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The 1995 Websters World Matchplay was the second annual World Matchplay darts tournament organised by the World Darts Council (WDC, which became the Professional Darts Corporation in 1997). The Winter Gardens, Blackpool played host to the event for the second year running. Seven former world champions were in the field. Defending champion Larry Butler beat one of them Eric Bristow in the first round. Butler's title defence ended with a quarter final defeat to Dennis Priestley.

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  • The 1995 Websters World Matchplay was the second annual World Matchplay darts tournament organised by the World Darts Council (WDC, which became the Professional Darts Corporation in 1997). The Winter Gardens, Blackpool played host to the event for the second year running. Seven former world champions were in the field. Defending champion Larry Butler beat one of them Eric Bristow in the first round. Butler's title defence ended with a quarter final defeat to Dennis Priestley.
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  • The 1995 Websters World Matchplay was the second annual World Matchplay darts tournament organised by the World Darts Council (WDC, which became the Professional Darts Corporation in 1997). The Winter Gardens, Blackpool played host to the event for the second year running. Seven former world champions were in the field. Defending champion Larry Butler beat one of them Eric Bristow in the first round. Butler's title defence ended with a quarter final defeat to Dennis Priestley. Jocky Wilson made what turned out to be his last ever appearance in a televised tournament at this event. The two-time former World Champion beat Rod Harrington in the first round, but then lost to Nigel Justice in the second round. Phil Taylor and Dennis Priestley continued their rivalry when they met in another major final. This time it was Taylor who came out on top by 16 legs to 11 to claim his first World Matchplay title.
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