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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

Post by ChrisW » Sat Jun 08, 2019 3:20 pm

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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

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nikkiboy wrote:
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Fond Regards Pasddy McGinty esq.
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D**** O*** not being able to count the letters in M*** F***** there.
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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

Post by oche balboa » Wed Jun 12, 2019 7:25 pm

Table hasn't changed much since the weekend in Switzerland, But here are the latest rankings Boxes filled ()

1. Wesley Harms (Netherlands) 294 (12)
2. Richard Veenstra (Netherlands) 283 (12)
3. Dave Parletti (England) 274 (12)
4. Willem Mandigers (Netherlands) 255 (12)
5. Scott Mitchell (England) 254 (12)
6. Jim Williams (Wales) 233 (11)
7. Martijn Kleermaker (Netherlands) 224 (10)
8. Adam Smith-Neale (England) 197 (12)
9. Wayne Warren (Wales) 191 (12)
10. Gary Robson (England) 190 (12)
11. Mario Vandenbogaerde (Belgium) 178 (12)
12. Nick Kenny (Wales) 167 (12)
13. Chris Landman (Netherlands) 157 (12)
14. Scott Waites (England) 156 (7)
15. John Scott (England) 151 (12)
16. Sebastian Steyer (Poland) 150 (12)
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17. Aaron Turner (England) 144 (12)
18. Michael Unterbuchner (Germany) 143 (7)
19. Ross Montgomery (Scotland) 143 (12)
20. Martin Adams (England) 141 (9)
21=. Francis Carragher (Republic of Ireland) 136 (12)
21=. Ryan Hogarth (Scotland) 136 (7)
23. Wouter Vaes (Netherlands) 134 (12)
24. Gino Vos (Netherlands) 132 (10)
25. Simon Stainton (England) 127 (12)
26=. Andy Hamilton (England) 122 (8)
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26=. Tony O'Shea (England) 122 (12)
28. Adam Mould (England) 118 (12)
29. Leighton Bennett (England) 114 (8)
30. Jitse van der Wal (Netherlands) 113 (12)
31. Craig Venman (England) 112 (12)
32= Jeffrey Sparidaans (Netherlands) 111 (10)
32= Justin Thompson (Australia) 111 (10)
34. Tony Martin (England) 110 (9)
35. Darryl Fitton (England) 104 (7)
36. Dave Evans (England) 101 (10)
37. Brian Raman (Belgium) 95 (8)
38. Paul Brown (Northern Ireland) 94 (10)
39= Derk Telnekes (Netherlands) 93 (7)
39= Thibault Tricole (France) 93 (9)


Regional Qualifiers

Baltic & Scandinavia- Andreas Harrysson (Sweden)
British Isles- Paul Hogan (England)
Canada- David Cameron (Canada)
Eastern Europe- Gabriel Pascaru (Romania)
New Zealand- Darren Herewini (New Zealand)
USA- Joe Chaney (USA)
Western Europe- Thibault Tricole (France)
Australia- Justin Thompson (Australia)
Asia- ???? Unknown



Ladies Rankings (All have 12 boxes tick unless otherwise listed)

1. Lisa Ashton (England) 389
2. Aileen de Graaf (Netherlands) 339
3. Deta Hedman (England) 330
4. Fallon Sherrock (England) 329
5. Laura Turner (England) 307
6. Lorraine Winstanley (England) 285
7. Anastasia Dobromyslova (Russia) 284
8. Maria O'Brien (England) 258
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9. Mikuru Suzuki (Japan) 248 (7)
10. Trina Gulliver MBE (England) 239
11. Paula Jacklin (England) 229
12= Jo Clements (England) 204
13= Kirsty Hutchinson (England) 204
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14. Casey Gallagher (England) 200 (11)
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15. Priscilla Steenbergen (Netherlands) 196
16. Corrine Hammond (Australia) 190
17. Tori Kewish (Australia) 176 (10)
18. Julie Thompson (England) 173
19= Margaret Sutton (England) 165
19= Sharon Prins (Netherlands) 165 (10)

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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

Post by oche balboa » Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:38 pm

Dan doing an impressive job there

Here are the ladies


1 Lisa Ashton (England) 404
2 Aileen de Graaf (Netherlands) 353
3 Fallon Sherrock (England) 351
4 Deta Hedman (England) 333
5 Laura Turner (England) 312
6 Lorraine Winstanley (England) 307
7 Mikuru Suzuki (Japan) 292
8 Anastasia Dobromyslova (Russia) 284
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9 Maria O'Brien (England) 260
10 Trina Gulliver MBE (England) 239
11 Paula Jacklin (England) 229
12 Casey Gallagher (England) 228
13 Kirsty Hutchinson (England) 213
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14 Corrine Hammond (Australia) 206
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15 Jo Clements (England) 206
16 Priscilla Steenbergen (Netherlands) 198
17 Beau Greaves (England) 192
18 Sharon Prins (Netherlands) 186
19 Tori Kewish (Australia) 176
20 Margaret Sutton (England) 174
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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

Post by ssjsa » Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:45 pm

oche balboa wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:38 pm
Dan doing an impressive job there

Here are the ladies


1 Lisa Ashton (England) 404
2 Aileen de Graaf (Netherlands) 353
3 Fallon Sherrock (England) 351
4 Deta Hedman (England) 333
5 Laura Turner (England) 312
6 Lorraine Winstanley (England) 307
7 Mikuru Suzuki (Japan) 292
8 Anastasia Dobromyslova (Russia) 284
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9 Maria O'Brien (England) 260
10 Trina Gulliver MBE (England) 239
11 Paula Jacklin (England) 229
12 Casey Gallagher (England) 228
13 Kirsty Hutchinson (England) 213
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14 Corrine Hammond (Australia) 206
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15 Jo Clements (England) 206
16 Priscilla Steenbergen (Netherlands) 198
17 Beau Greaves (England) 192
18 Sharon Prins (Netherlands) 186
19 Tori Kewish (Australia) 176
20 Margaret Sutton (England) 174
Given they both have still boxes to tick, looks highly likely both Leighton Bennett and Beau Greaves will qualify for their respective BDO Senior World Championships. Dont know what their odds will be, but I am going to put a bet on both tomorrow.
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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

Post by oche balboa » Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:47 pm

World Masters qualifying table

Top 128 will qualify


Position Player Points
1 Wesley Harms (Netherlands) 331
2 Dave Parletti (England) 290
3 = Jim Williams (Wales) 285
3 = Richard Veenstra (Netherlands) 285
5 Willem Mandigers (Netherlands) 258
6 Scott Mitchell (England) 254
7 Martijn Kleermaker (Netherlands) 253
8 Wayne Warren (Wales) 242
9 Adam Smith-Neale (England) 215
10 Mario Vandenbogaerde (Belgium) 195
11 = Gary Robson (England) 190
11 = Nick Kenny (Wales) 190
13 Ryan Hogarth (Scotland) 169
14 Gino Vos (Netherlands) 160
15 Chris Landman (Netherlands) 157
16 Scott Waites (England) 156
17 Dave Evans (England) 152
18 John Scott (England) 151
19 = Ross Montgomery (Scotland) 150
19 = Sebastian Steyer (Poland) 150
21 Aaron Turner (England) 144
22 Michael Unterbuchner (Germany) 143
23 Martin Adams (England) 141
24 Wouter Vaes (Netherlands) 137
25 = Francis Carragher (Republic of Ireland) 136
25 = Simon Stainton (England) 136
27 Andy Hamilton (England) 134
28 Leighton Bennett (England) 132
29 Tony O'Shea (England) 122
30 = Adam Mould (England) 118
30 = Darryl Fitton (England) 118
32 Jitse van der Wal (Netherlands) 113
33 Craig Venman (England) 112
34 = Jeffrey Sparidaans (Netherlands) 111
34 = Justin Thompson (Australia) 111
36 Tony Martin (England) 110
37 Nick Fullwell (England) 109
38 Paul Hogan (England) 108
39 Dennie Olde Kalter (Netherlands) 105
40 Gary Stone (Scotland) 103
41 Paul Brown (Northern Ireland) 98
42 Brian Raman (Belgium) 95
43 = Derk Telnekes (Netherlands) 93
43 = Thibault Tricole (France) 93
45 Martin Phillips (Wales) 87
46 Joe Chaney (USA) 86
47 = Cody Harris (New Zealand) 83
47 = Jeffrey van Egdom (Belgium) 83
49 = Jason Marriott (England) 82
49 = Wez Newton (England) 82
51 David Cameron (Canada) 78
52 Michael Busscher (Netherlands) 75
53 Dean Reynolds (Wales) 74
54 = Ben Hazel (England) 73
54 = Gary Stafford (England) 73
56 = Leonard Gates (USA) 73
56 = Brian Løkken (Denmark) 72
56 = Mark Layton (Wales) 72
59 Roemer Mooijman (Netherlands) 70
60 Kyle McKinstry (Northern Ireland) 69
61 = Darren Clifford (Northern Ireland) 68
61 = Krzysztof Kciuk (Poland) 68
61 = Rupert Frauendienst (Germany) 68
64 Erik van Manen (Netherlands) 67
65 = Mal Cuming (Australia) 66
65 = Matt Padgett (England) 66
67 Mark Blandford (Wales) 65
68 = Pal Szekely (Hungary) 62
68 = Sven Verdonck (Belgium) 62
70 Darren Herewini (New Zealand) 60
71 Tom Sawyer (USA) 58
72 Jim McEwan (Scotland) 57
73 Mark McGrath (New Zealand) 56
74 Gabriel Pascaru (Romania) 55
75 = Jeff Smith (Canada) 54
75 = Jeremy Fagg (Australia) 54
77 Shawn Brenneman (Canada) 51
78 = Adam Rowe (Australia) 50
78 = Allan Edwards (England) 50
80 Andreas Harrysson (Sweden) 49
81 = Larry Butler (USA) 48
82 Diogo Portela (Brazil) 47
83 Adam Stella (Canada) 46
84 = Darin Young (USA) 45
84 = Justin van Tergouw (Netherlands) 45
86 = Anoop Ramdajal (Netherlands) 43
86 = Benjamin Pratnemer (Slovenia) 43
86 = Daniele Petri (Italy) 43
86 = Robbie Phillips (USA) 43
90 Steve Robertson (Scotland) 42
91 Julio Barbero (Spain) 41
92 Andrew Johnson (England) 40
93 Thomas Junghans (Switzerland) 39
94 Mike Warburton (Wales) 38
95 = Joe Davis (England) 37
95= Kay Smeets (Netherlands) 37
95 = Laurie Loch (Australia) 37
98 = Brian Dawson (England) 36
98 = Jamie Caven (England) 36
98 = Mark Cleaver (New Zealand) 36
101 = Daniel Nicholls (England) 35
101 = Karel Sedlacek (Czech Republic) 35
101 = Stuart Coburn (Australia) 35
104 = Callum Goffin (Wales) 34
104 = Nathan Girvan (Scotland) 34
106 = Alan Soutar (Scotland) 33
106 = John O'Shea (Republic of Ireland) 33
108 = Kostas Pantelidis (Greece) 33
108 = Michel van der Horst (Netherlands) 33
108 = Wayne Halliwell (Cyprus) 33
111 = Adrian Frim (Romania) 32
111 = Andrew Beeton (England) 32
111 = Bjarne Iversen (Denmark) 32
111 = Stefano Tomassetti (Italy) 32
111 = Timmy Nicoll (USA) 32
116 = Jayson Barlow (Canada) 31
116 = Mick Connerton (England) 31
116 = Oliver Ferenc (Serbia) 31
116 = Tim Jones (Wales) 31
120 = Ad van Haaren (Netherlands) 30
120 = Damon Heta (Australia) 30
120 = David Kirwan (Scotland) 30
120 = David Písek (Czech Republic) 30
120 = Hannes Schnier (Austria) 30
120 = Mark Challenger (Wales) 30
120 = Owen Maiden (England) 30
120 = Toon Greebe (Netherlands) 30
128 = Andy Jenkins (England) 29
128 = Jamie Holmes (England) 29
128 = John Kitchin (Australia) 29
128 = Matt Mullen (Australia) 29
128 = Mitchell Clegg (Australia) 29
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133 = Chas Barstow (England) 28
133 = David Copley (England) 28
133 = Eddie Mordica (England) 28
133 = Jack Vincent (England) 28
133 = Joe Huffman (USA) 28
133 = Kevin Doets (Netherlands) 28
133 = Nauris Gleglu (Latvia) 28
133 = Nigel Heydon (England) 28
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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

Post by ChrisW » Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:55 pm

ssjsa wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:45 pm
oche balboa wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:38 pm
Dan doing an impressive job there

Here are the ladies


1 Lisa Ashton (England) 404
2 Aileen de Graaf (Netherlands) 353
3 Fallon Sherrock (England) 351
4 Deta Hedman (England) 333
5 Laura Turner (England) 312
6 Lorraine Winstanley (England) 307
7 Mikuru Suzuki (Japan) 292
8 Anastasia Dobromyslova (Russia) 284
========================================
9 Maria O'Brien (England) 260
10 Trina Gulliver MBE (England) 239
11 Paula Jacklin (England) 229
12 Casey Gallagher (England) 228
13 Kirsty Hutchinson (England) 213
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14 Corrine Hammond (Australia) 206
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15 Jo Clements (England) 206
16 Priscilla Steenbergen (Netherlands) 198
17 Beau Greaves (England) 192
18 Sharon Prins (Netherlands) 186
19 Tori Kewish (Australia) 176
20 Margaret Sutton (England) 174
Given they both have still boxes to tick, looks highly likely both Leighton Bennett and Beau Greaves will qualify for their respective BDO Senior World Championships. Dont know what their odds will be, but I am going to put a bet on both tomorrow.
Post a link if you find somewhere offering odds.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

Post by Ginge » Wed Jun 19, 2019 9:06 pm

Ssjsa only bets for fun, everyone. Certainly doesnt do antepost bets for events starting in five and a half months ;)

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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

Post by ssjsa » Wed Jun 19, 2019 9:21 pm

Ginge wrote:
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Ssjsa only bets for fun, everyone. Certainly doesnt do antepost bets for events starting in five and a half months ;)
Yes I do. And that fun can also include ante post . :WWWW:

As I have articulated ad infinitum, I only ever bet small amounts and whether I win or lose, neither outcome makes the slightest difference to my financial standing.

That being said, I do alright overall, and that is much more of a boost to my ego, rather than my bank balance.
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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

Post by 1205 » Wed Jun 19, 2019 9:29 pm

ssjsa wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:45 pm
oche balboa wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:38 pm
Dan doing an impressive job there

Here are the ladies


1 Lisa Ashton (England) 404
2 Aileen de Graaf (Netherlands) 353
3 Fallon Sherrock (England) 351
4 Deta Hedman (England) 333
5 Laura Turner (England) 312
6 Lorraine Winstanley (England) 307
7 Mikuru Suzuki (Japan) 292
8 Anastasia Dobromyslova (Russia) 284
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9 Maria O'Brien (England) 260
10 Trina Gulliver MBE (England) 239
11 Paula Jacklin (England) 229
12 Casey Gallagher (England) 228
13 Kirsty Hutchinson (England) 213
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14 Corrine Hammond (Australia) 206
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15 Jo Clements (England) 206
16 Priscilla Steenbergen (Netherlands) 198
17 Beau Greaves (England) 192
18 Sharon Prins (Netherlands) 186
19 Tori Kewish (Australia) 176
20 Margaret Sutton (England) 174
Given they both have still boxes to tick, looks highly likely both Leighton Bennett and Beau Greaves will qualify for their respective BDO Senior World Championships. Dont know what their odds will be, but I am going to put a bet on both tomorrow.
For Greaves, not only 5 spare slots, but she also has 14, 12 and 12 in her 7. She's also now in the rolling top 16 so should be seeded for any larger tournaments. There's also the thing about her winning her past 4 singles tournaments and in the process winning games against all of the top 8* players.

* In the rankings.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

Post by davidboyyellow » Wed Jun 19, 2019 9:31 pm

Ginge wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2019 9:06 pm
Ssjsa only bets for fun, everyone. Certainly doesnt do antepost bets for events starting in five and a half months ;)
Not everyone is a degenerative gambler like yourself Bradley. You were hopeless on the punters forum on df and tried to ban those who called you out on your useless bets.

You think you know everything about F1 but can't even get decent odds on Bet fair.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

Post by Ginge » Wed Jun 19, 2019 9:37 pm

And again!

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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

Post by Moongoose McQueeen » Fri Jun 21, 2019 1:12 pm

Nick Fullwell to make Lakey. You heard it here first.
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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

Post by ChrisW » Sun Jun 23, 2019 9:16 pm

Jeff Smith and Dianne Gobeil became the 2019 Bill Brown Canadian Open Champions last weekend in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Smith beat fellow Canadian International David Cameron, which moves Smith into second place of the Canadian Ranking tables, now 19 points behind Cameron. Ron Looker moves into fourth place on the Regional ranking table having made the semi-finals, whilst second semi-finalist Shane Wadden registered his best BDO ranked performance on home soil, moving him up to eleventh on the table.

In the ladies’ event, Dianne Gobiel registered her first BDO ranked points of the season by taking the CAT B singles title. The Quebec thrower beat Crystal Chiasson in the final. 2017 Lakeside qualifier Patricia Farrell and Darlene Van Sleeuwen made it through to the semi-final stages.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

Post by Ginge » Tue Jun 25, 2019 10:48 am

Dave Parletti 2nd seed, come on now.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

Post by ChrisW » Tue Jun 25, 2019 11:04 am

Harms or 'OranjeSpark' looking solid at the number 1 spot.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

Post by mshaw2 » Tue Jun 25, 2019 12:29 pm

I know we've said it for years, but the BDO one again proving that there really is such strength in depth. Lost a lot of talent in January but there will always be the next star waiting to step up.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championship 2020

Post by 1205 » Tue Jun 25, 2019 1:05 pm

mshaw2 wrote:
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I know we've said it for years, but the BDO one again proving that there really is such strength in depth. Lost a lot of talent in January but there will always be the next star waiting to step up.
The BDO had 4 of its higher-ranked players go to the PDC, and of those only Durrant really stood out. So the list of names looks almost the same, and nobody's really "stepping up", it's just that their rankings are 1 to 4 places higher.

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