Paul Lim

Paul Lim Leong Hwa, known simply as Paul Lim (born 25 January 1954), is a Singaporean professional darts player. He was the first player to hit a perfect nine-dart finish during the Embassy World Darts Championship, which he achieved in 1990 during his second round match against Jack McKenna. Lim won £52,000 for his nine-darter, which was £28,000 more than Phil Taylor won for winning the tournament. His nine-darter remained the only nine-dart game to have been achieved in either version of the world championships, until Raymond van Barneveld hit one against Jelle Klaasen in the quarter-final of the 2009 PDC World Darts Championship. It was however the only nine-dart finish ever achieved at the BDO World Darts Championship as no other was achieved prior to the conclusion of the its final edition in 2020. Lim represented four countries at darts; Singapore was not affiliated with the sport's governing body, the World Darts Federation (WDF), so Lim played briefly for Papua New Guinea, but settled in California and represented the United States in international competition, before also playing for his native country when they became a WDF playing nation. Lim has also represented Singapore at the PDC World Cup of Darts, and in the 2017 PDC World Cup of Darts, he and his teammate Harith Lim, reached the quarter-finals, defeating the top seeds Scotland (Gary Anderson and Peter Wright) in the first round. However, in the 2019 WDF World Cup he represented Hong Kong. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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The Story of Darts
Toe the Oche
Let’s Play Darts
Darts Tarts – Welcome to my World
Darts - The Crafty Cockney Way
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