Vincent van der Voort was eliminated on Saturday-evening in the second round of the World Series of Darts Finals.
De Purmerender lost 3-6 against Gerwyn Price in Salzburg.
Van der Voort was already broken in the first leg by Price.
'The Dutch Destroyer', who simply won against Joe Cullen (6-0) on Friday, could not undo that deficit in the future.
Michael van Gerwen is the only other Dutch participant in Austria.
De Brabander, who defends his title, will take on Glen Durrant later in the evening.
In the first round, Van Gerwen had a bye.
The World Series of Darts Finals started on Friday and will last until Sunday.
The tournament is normally the final part of a competition series organized by the PDC.
However, those five tournaments were all canceled due to the corona crisis.
Instead of the top eight of the world rankings, the PDC therefore invited eight top players who have a seeded status.
In addition, twelve other unseeded players received a wildcard and the field of participants was completed by four players from a qualifying tournament.
Van Gerwen has already won the tournament four times
Last year, the World Series of Darts Finals were organized in Amsterdam for the first time.
Then Van Gerwen took off with the title by deciding the Dutch meeting with Danny Noppert in his favor in the final.
The three-time world champion won the tournament a total of four out of five times.
James Wade was the only other winner two years ago.