Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by 1205 » Sun Feb 03, 2019 3:38 pm

Smart switch to 19s by de Graaf, she was all over the place on the 20s.

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by ChrisW » Sun Feb 03, 2019 3:44 pm

https://winmau.com/winmautv - Link for TV programme (12:30 local 11:30 UK)

12.30 Start Podium Matches
12.45 Mikuru Suzuki/Yuriko Yamaguchi 4-0 Lorraine Winstanley/Corrine Hammond (best of 7 legs)
13.15 Martijn Kleermaker/Justin van Tergouw 4-5 Gino Vos/Berry van Peer (best of 9 legs)
13.45 1st Semi-Final Men's Singles: Dave Parletti 1-2 Ryan Hogarth (best of 3 sets, best of 5 legs)
14.15 2nd Semi-Final Men's Singles: Richard Veenstra 2-1 Jeffrey van Egdom (best of 3 sets, best of 5 legs)
14.45 Final Girls: Rosanne van der Velde 1-3 Layla Brussel (best of 5 legs)
15.15 Boys Final under 14: Pim van Bijnen 3-0 Daan Beernink (best of 5 legs)
15.45 Youth Final under 18: Daan Bastiaansen 4-2 James Beeton (best of 7 legs)
16.30 Mikuru Suzuki 5-2 Aileen de Graaf (best of 9 legs)
17.00 Ryan Hogarth 2-3 Richard Veenstra (best of 5 sets, best of 5 legs
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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by phil davies » Sun Feb 03, 2019 3:46 pm

Easy money for Suzuki. Be intresting what BDO events she decides to do this year. Good practice too for her before the rest of the Asian tour season will be intresting to see how far up that OOM she can finish top 10 would be a fantastic achivemwnt for her. Hopefully her and Ashton will qualify for the PDC worlds next year too.
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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by Astonvilla » Sun Feb 03, 2019 3:47 pm

Seems to be plenty missing considering it is one their biggest events.

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by oche balboa » Sun Feb 03, 2019 3:49 pm

phil davies wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 3:46 pm
Easy money for Suzuki. Be intresting what BDO events she decides to do this year. Good practice too for her before the rest of the Asian tour season will be intresting to see how far up that OOM she can finish top 10 would be a fantastic achivemwnt for her. Hopefully her and Ashton will qualify for the PDC worlds next year too.

She doesnt need to do any, Fair play to her for going to the Dutch Open
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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by phil davies » Sun Feb 03, 2019 3:57 pm

oche balboa wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 3:49 pm
phil davies wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 3:46 pm
Easy money for Suzuki. Be intresting what BDO events she decides to do this year. Good practice too for her before the rest of the Asian tour season will be intresting to see how far up that OOM she can finish top 10 would be a fantastic achivemwnt for her. Hopefully her and Ashton will qualify for the PDC worlds next year too.

She doesnt need to do any, Fair play to her for going to the Dutch Open
Yeah I know but if she’s over here then it’s easy money for her. She was over here anyway for exhibitions.

She will be at world trophy/masters and surely finders wouldn’t surprise me if she comes over for a couple of the other big open events like Welsh or English depending on the Asian tour and soft tip dates.
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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by ChrisW » Sun Feb 03, 2019 4:03 pm

Is it just me or has Hogarth got a bit of a Les Wallace look about him.

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by phil davies » Sun Feb 03, 2019 4:06 pm

ChrisW wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 4:03 pm
Is it just me or has Hogarth got a bit of a Les Wallace look about him.
A very very small resemblance at a push :grin:


Anyway Veenstra should do enough to qualify for the GSOD this year. Be intresting to see how he does their
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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by DavidB » Sun Feb 03, 2019 4:25 pm

oche balboa wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 3:06 pm
Double One wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 3:06 pm
Zeyes wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 2:06 pm
Not to mention that the vast majority of people in the audience have been there as players or players' friends/family since Friday morning and probably enjoy getting home at a reasonable hour on Sunday...

At least we've been spared the usual suggestion that the PDC should somehow look at incorporating the Dutch Open into the European Tour. Baby steps.
I beg to differ, the audience is mainly made up of Dutch darts fans, not players family and friends as suggested. the queue to get in to this event starts at 8.00 am on finals day. they pay to get in and it's one of the best atmosphere's ever experienced.

No no Zeyes knows everything and appears to be knowledgeable


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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by 1205 » Sun Feb 03, 2019 4:35 pm

ChrisW wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 4:03 pm
Is it just me or has Hogarth got a bit of a Les Wallace look about him.
Not just you. Similar mouth, same short hair making ears quite prominent.
Wallace was far more Shrek though.

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by ChrisW » Sun Feb 03, 2019 4:40 pm

'More difficult to win than Lakeside' - Veenstra.
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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by Addicks Fan » Sun Feb 03, 2019 4:45 pm

ChrisW wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 4:40 pm
'More difficult to win than Lakeside' - Veenstra.
:)
11 matches over 2 days in 3 different environments - not easy!

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by ChrisW » Sun Feb 03, 2019 6:06 pm

Dannyboy wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 10:53 am
Did Parletti on 50 go D20 D5? 😳

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by foggs3355 » Sun Feb 03, 2019 10:04 pm

Addicks Fan wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 4:45 pm
ChrisW wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 4:40 pm
'More difficult to win than Lakeside' - Veenstra.
:)
11 matches over 2 days in 3 different environments - not easy!
And the fact 1st 5-6 games best of 5 legs can’t have slow start

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by 1205 » Mon Feb 04, 2019 11:27 am

foggs3355 wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 10:04 pm
Addicks Fan wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 4:45 pm
ChrisW wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 4:40 pm
'More difficult to win than Lakeside' - Veenstra.
:)
11 matches over 2 days in 3 different environments - not easy!
And the fact 1st 5-6 games best of 5 legs can’t have slow start
And the fact that he hasn't won Lakeside.

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by oche balboa » Tue Feb 05, 2019 12:08 am

Here are the averages of all the mens streamed Saturday's games (Gazmong go nuts)

Haouli (70.77) 1-3 Walton (78.97)
Geurtsen (51.28) 1-3 Boeijink (69.21)
Eijden (64.41) 3-0 Greef (59.61)
Velzen (95.94) 3-0 Jong (58.86)
Dekker (104.86) 3-0 Drews (57.36)
Veenstra (93.94) 3-0 Alders (67.50)
Montgomery (71.57) 3-0 Vleghurst (48.95)
Adams (65.45) 3-2 Bus (64.64)
O'Shea (72.73) 3-0 Jacobs (56.05)
Smith-Neale (67.30) 3-0 Lodewijk (52.77)
Kenny (95.30) 3-1 Malsen (89.53)
Montgomery (80.00) 3-1 Spee (68.39)
Unterbuchner (90.18) 3-0 Aken (70.29)
Mitchell (81.95) 3-1 Ruitenbeek (68.49)
Mandigers (83.50) 3-0 Knops (80.12)
Veenstra (86.71) 3-0 Hertogh (74.53)
Adams (102.48) 3-0 Winstanley (94.93)
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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by Mensur Suljovic Fan » Tue Feb 05, 2019 4:06 am

oche balboa wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 12:08 am
Here are the averages of all the mens streamed Saturday's games (Gazmong go nuts)

Haouli (70.77) 1-3 Walton (78.97)
Geurtsen (51.28) 1-3 Boeijink (69.21)
Eijden (64.41) 3-0 Greef (59.61)
Velzen (95.94) 3-0 Jong (58.86)
Dekker (104.86) 3-0 Drews (57.36)
Veenstra (93.94) 3-0 Alders (67.50)
Montgomery (71.57) 3-0 Vleghurst (48.95)
Adams (65.45) 3-2 Bus (64.64)
O'Shea (72.73) 3-0 Jacobs (56.05)
Smith-Neale (67.30) 3-0 Lodewijk (52.77)
Kenny (95.30) 3-1 Malsen (89.53)
Montgomery (80.00) 3-1 Spee (68.39)
Unterbuchner (90.18) 3-0 Aken (70.29)
Mitchell (81.95) 3-1 Ruitenbeek (68.49)
Mandigers (83.50) 3-0 Knops (80.12)
Veenstra (86.71) 3-0 Hertogh (74.53)
Adams (102.48) 3-0 Winstanley (94.93)
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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by DavidB » Tue Feb 05, 2019 7:57 am

Adams averaging 65 then 103 gives an indication...

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