Keith Deller (born 24 December 1959 in Ipswich) is an English darts player who won the Embassy World Professional Darts Championship in 1983. He was the first qualifier ever to win the championship and remains one of the youngest champions in history. For his world championship win Deller used 18 gram spring loaded darts, later banned for tournament play but now legal again. He no longer uses these darts. Deller currently works for Sky Sports as a "spotter" along with Eric Bristow; they use their knowledge and experience to work out for the camera crew where players will be aiming with their next dart. Deller is also the manager of two time PDC World Champion Adrian Lewis.

Deller's name has been in the record books on a couple of occasions. He held the Guinness World Record for the fastest 3 legs of 301 in 97 seconds. On 13 October 1984 he was on the wrong end of a piece of darting history when Lowe hit the first-ever televised nine-dart finish against him in the quarter-finals of the MFI World Matchplay. He became the first player in history to achieve a match average of 100 in the 1985 World Championship quarter-finals; he did, however, lose the game to Lowe.

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