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posted on 29/5/19

Player Championship Rankings (top 64 after 22 tournaments qualify for the finals. This is correct after 16 events)

Top 8
1 Glen Durrant £39,000
2 James Wade £38,500
3 Dave Chisnall £32,500
4 Gerwyn Price £32,000
5 Jonny Clayton £30,250
6 Michael van Gerwen £27,750
7 Ian White £27,250
8 Jeffrey de Zwaan £26,750


Some of the players outside the top 64 (current cut off £6,500)
75 James Wilson £5,000
75 Jamie Hughes £5,000
75 Jamie Lewis £5,000
75 Joe Murnan £5,000
75 Mensur Suljovic £5,000
87 Brendan Dolan £4,500
99 Benito van de Pas £4,000
99 Corey Cadby £4,000
99 Darren Webster £4,000
126 Gary Anderson £1,500

posted on 29/5/19

Development Tour standings after 8 of 20 events.
Top 2 get Tour Cards for 2 years. Next 6 get free entry to Q school (if they don't have a tour card):

1 Ryan Meikle £4,250
2 Ted Evetts £4,150
3 Callan Rydz £3,500
4 Nathan Rafferty £3,450
5 Jeffrey de Zwaan £3,150
6 Geert Nentjes £2,850
7 Luke Humphries £2,800
8 Andrew Davidson £2,550
9 Corey Cadby £2,300
10 Ciaran Teehan £1,600
11 Keane Barry £1,500

posted on 29/5/19

Some of the pairings for the World Cup of darts:

Seeds:
(Seed 1) England - Rob Cross & Michael Smith
(Seed 2) Scotland - Gary Anderson & Peter Wright
(Seed 3) Wales - Gerwyn Price & Jonny Clayton
(Seed 4) Netherlands - Michael van Gerwen & Jermaine Wattimena
(Seed 5) Australia - Simon Whitlock & Kyle Anderson
(Seed 6) Northern Ireland - Daryl Gurney & Brendan Dolan
(Seed 7) Belgium - Kim Huybrechts & Dimitri Van den Bergh
(Seed 8) Austria - Mensur Suljovic & Zoran Lerchbacher

Best of the rest?
Spain - Cristo Reyes & Toni Alcinas
Poland - Krzysztof Ratajski & Tytus Kanik
Republic of Ireland - Steve Lennon & William O'Connor
Germany - Max Hopp & Martin Schindler
Sweden - Dennis Nilsson & Magnus Caris
United States of America - Darin Young & Chuck Puleo

posted on 29/5/19

2019 BetVictor World Cup of Darts
Draw Bracket
(1) England v Philippines
Republic of Ireland v Greece
(8) Austria v Russia
China v USA
(5) Australia v Finland
Italy v Canada
(4) Netherlands v Spain
Poland v Czech Republic
(2) Scotland v Denmark
Brazil v Sweden
(7) Belgium v Hong Kong
Hungary v Germany
(6) Northern Ireland v South Africa
New Zealand v Lithuania
(3) Wales v Singapore
Gibraltar v Japan

posted on 6/6/19

World Cup kicks off tonight - here is the first round schedule:

Thursday June 6 (1900 local time, 1800 BST)
Gibraltar v Japan
Northern Ireland v South Africa
New Zealand v Lithuania
Belgium v Hong Kong
Brazil v Sweden
Wales v Singapore
Hungary v Germany
Scotland v Denmark

Friday June 7 (1900 local time, 1800 BST)
China v USA
Italy v Canada
Poland v Czech Republic
Republic of Ireland v Greece
England v Philippines
Austria v Russia
Australia v Finland
Netherlands v Spain

comment by Ghod#18 (U9390)

posted on 6/6/19

a think Wales could win it

posted on 6/6/19

It certainly looks more open than usual. A very different feel.

posted on 6/6/19

Haven't they changed the format this year and done away with the singles games? Is each match just one pairs game now?

posted on 6/6/19

No, same format unfortunately.

posted on 8/6/19

Australia dumped out by Canada 2-0

posted on 8/6/19

England v Ireland next.
Then Netherlands v Poland.

posted on 8/6/19

Ireland
2-0

posted on 9/6/19

Japan make the semi finals, beating NZ 2-0

posted on 9/6/19

Scotland v Belgium next.

posted on 9/6/19

Scotland win 2-0 and face Japan in the semi


Ireland v Austria now.

posted on 9/6/19

Ireland
2-1 winners, taking the doubles 4-0

posted on 9/6/19

The Dutch best Canada despite MvG losing his singles.
2-1.

Scotland v Japan
Ireland v Netherlands

the semi final line up.

posted on 9/6/19

Ireland take the Dutch to pairs

posted on 9/6/19

4-0 to Ireland

Bring on the Scots!!!

posted on 9/6/19

Looking like a game too many for the Irish. Scotland lead 2-1 in a race to 3, with Wright breaking in the first leg of singles versus Steve Lennon.

posted on 9/6/19

Yep, the Scots win it 3-1.

Well done Ireland

posted on 9/6/19

comment by Ghod#18 (U9390)
posted 3 days, 11 hours ago
a think Wales could win it
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lol

posted on 13/6/19

2019 Danish Darts Open
Draw Bracket (Second Round Onwards)
(3) Gerwyn Price v HNQ2/Ryan Harrington
(14) Stephen Bunting v Cody Harris/Teuvo Haverinen
(6) Peter Wright v Luke Woodhouse/William O'Connor
(11) Joe Cullen v Glen Durrant/Kevin Burness
(7) Rob Cross v Kirk Shepherd/Vincent van der Voort
(10) Ricky Evans v Steve West/Chris Dobey
(2) Daryl Gurney v Jose Justicia/Ryan Joyce
(15) Darren Webster v Jose De Sousa/Scott Taylor
(4) James Wade v Dennis Nilsson/Steve Lennon
(13) Jonny Clayton v HNQ1/Reece Robinson
(5) Adrian Lewis v Mike De Decker/Kyle Anderson
(12) Simon Whitlock v Mick Todd/Nathan Aspinall
(8) Mensur Suljovic v Gabriel Clemens/Mervyn King
(9) Dave Chisnall v Krzysztof Kciuk/Krzysztof Ratajski
(1) Ian White v Kim Viljanen/Martin Schindler
(16) Jermaine Wattimena v Steve Beaton/Michael Smith

posted on 15/6/19

comment by D'Jeezus Mackaroni (U1137)
posted 1 day, 12 hours ago
2019 Danish Darts Open
Draw Bracket (Second Round Onwards)
(3) Gerwyn Price v Ryan Harrington
(14) Stephen Bunting v Cody Harris
(6) Peter Wright v William O'Connor
(11) Joe Cullen v Kevin Burness
(7) Rob Cross v Kirk Shepherd
(10) Ricky Evans v Chris Dobey
(2) Daryl Gurney v Ryan Joyce
(15) Darren Webster v Jose De Sousa
(4) James Wade v Dennis Nilsson
(13) Jonny Clayton v Per Laursen
(5) Adrian Lewis v Kyle Anderson
(12) Simon Whitlock v Nathan Aspinall
(8) Mensur Suljovic v Gabriel Clemens
(9) Dave Chisnall v Krzysztof Ratajski
(1) Ian White v Martin Schindler
(16) Jermaine Wattimena v Michael Smith
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posted on 17/6/19

Chizzy won, beating Dobey in the final.

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