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McGeeney with a huge 17000 on the order of merit.
Lakeside final apart, probably as good a year as he's had.
And he lives in Stockport, an hour and 10 minutes from Robin Park, Wigan, and an hour and 20 minutes from Barnsley Metrodome. So his commutes aren't too bad,

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McGeeney with a huge 17000 on the order of merit.
Lakeside final apart, probably as good a year as he's had.
And he lives in Stockport, an hour and 10 minutes from Robin Park, Wigan, and an hour and 20 minutes from Barnsley Metrodome. So his commutes aren't too bad,
Well that’s a godsend at least
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Durrant's 3k meant he overtook Dolan to move into 39th. 38th is Lennon, who dropped 2.75k, so is now 2.75k ahead.

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Could Duzza get in the Top 20 by Ally Pally?

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Barney down in 40th

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Could Duzza get in the Top 20 by Ally Pally?

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If he beats Dave Chisnall, he'll stand a _much_ better chance.

He's currently 49k behind 20th.
He's in the European Championship (min 6k) but due to play van Gerwen in the 2nd round, if he beats Evans.
He's in the Players Championship Finals (min 2.5k).
The above tournaments offer 10k for getting to the last 16.
Plus there are 2 remaining Players Championships.

Similar runs to semi-finals in the above majors could get him there or there abouts.

_But_ if he beats Chisnall and reaches the final of the Grand Prix, he would get an extra 25k which would put him 24k from 20th and seriously increase his chances, for 2 reasons:
1) he'd have a chance of winning the final Grand Prix to earn a further 60k which actually bump him into the top 16
2) even if he then lost the final, it'd give him entry into the Grand Slam of Darts, which is a minimum 4k, 10k for getting out of the group, and similar money to the other Majors.

As an aside, Chisnall v Durrant is a play-off for qualifying for the Grand Slam of Darts.
Chisnall is currently in 16th place in the qualifying list, as the lowest of the 3 players qualifying as European Tour winners, behind White (2 wins) and Suljovic (OOM). If Durrant beats Chisnall, Durrant would get a higher place and bump Chisnall down to 17th.
If Chisnall beats Durrant, he'd guarantee his spot, and Suljovic would drop to 16th.
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Re: PDC Order of Merit

Post by 1205 » Fri Oct 11, 2019 2:23 am

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I think Jamie Lewis will be fine. If you look at what's within reasonable distance behind him it's actually not threatening:
32 Jamie Lewis 156,250; -0k; not PCF, not DC
33 Wilson 149,500: -5k GSoD, -2.5k PCF; PCF, not EC
34 Anderson 147,250: -20k EC, -2.5k PCF; PCF, not EC
35 van der Voort, 145,250: -5k EC, -2.5k PCF; PCF, EC
36 Evans, 142,000: -0k; PCF, not EC
37 Lennon, 131,250: -10k GSoD, -5k PCF; PCF, not EC, GSoD
38 Huybrechts, 129,250: -5k EC, -2.5k PCF; PCF, not EC

Realistically, it now needs good peformances from van der Voort (e.g. last 16 EC, last 16 PCF), or some really outstanding performances from the other players below him for Lewis not to remain in 32nd and get what could be a final appearance at the World Championships. Given that most of the players are in poor form, several are defending substantial chunks of money, and most of them only have the PCF guaranteed, and won't play in the EC, it's not that likely they'll do enough to get above Lewis' 156,250.

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PDC Order of Merit

Post by Zapp Brannigan » Fri Oct 11, 2019 10:22 am

Is there a oom with the defending money for the rest of the year including the worlds removed?

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Post by malcy93 » Fri Oct 11, 2019 12:26 pm

Zapp Brannigan wrote:Is there a oom with the defending money for the rest of the year including the worlds removed?
Yes in one of the threads here.

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Re: PDC Order of Merit

Post by 1205 » Fri Oct 11, 2019 12:33 pm

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Zapp Brannigan wrote:Is there a oom with the defending money for the rest of the year including the worlds removed?
Yes in one of the threads here.
There are a number of them. Somebody tweets a Tour Card Race, and darts database has one.
http://www.dartsdatabase.co.uk/Rankings.aspx?rankKey=17

I think somebody tweets World Championship qualifying, but they show on top 32 and Pro Tour OOM, not so much players a bit outside Top 32.

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Re: PDC Order of Merit

Post by greatkingrat » Fri Oct 11, 2019 3:50 pm

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I think Jamie Lewis will be fine. If you look at what's within reasonable distance behind him it's actually not threatening:
32 Jamie Lewis 156,250; -0k; not PCF, not DC
33 Wilson 149,500: -5k GSoD, -2.5k PCF; PCF, not EC
34 Anderson 147,250: -20k EC, -2.5k PCF; PCF, not EC
35 van der Voort, 145,250: -5k EC, -2.5k PCF; PCF, EC
36 Evans, 142,000: -0k; PCF, not EC
37 Lennon, 131,250: -10k GSoD, -5k PCF; PCF, not EC, GSoD
38 Huybrechts, 129,250: -5k EC, -2.5k PCF; PCF, not EC

Realistically, it now needs good peformances from van der Voort (e.g. last 16 EC, last 16 PCF), or some really outstanding performances from the other players below him for Lewis not to remain in 32nd and get what could be a final appearance at the World Championships. Given that most of the players are in poor form, several are defending substantial chunks of money, and most of them only have the PCF guaranteed, and won't play in the EC, it's not that likely they'll do enough to get above Lewis' 156,250.
Evans is in the Euros. With Euro + PC 1st round money added the OOM after the WC comes off is

32. J Lewis 156250
33. R Evans 150500
34. V van der Voort 146250
35. J Wilson 144500

If Evans can win his 1st round match at the Euros, that brings him another 4k, then one more win at the Euros or the Players or a decent run in PC29/30 will be enough to overtake Lewis.

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