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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby Addicks Fan » Tue Jun 12, 2018 5:14 pm

phil davies wrote:Here’s hoping that Kenny can get to Lakeside, Waites into the GSOD and that someone better overtakes Widmayer to qualify from America.


Only Larry Butler could catch him, and with only two events left this season, and one of those the week after next, I don't think Butler will catch him.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby phil davies » Tue Jun 12, 2018 5:50 pm

Addicks Fan wrote:
phil davies wrote:Here’s hoping that Kenny can get to Lakeside, Waites into the GSOD and that someone better overtakes Widmayer to qualify from America.


Only Larry Butler could catch him, and with only two events left this season, and one of those the week after next, I don't think Butler will catch him.


Didn't realise their were so few events left. Shame as Widmayer is doing anything at Lakeside where as Butler, Young or someone else might have had a chance at quarters or even semis with a bit of luck.
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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby BlueSpark » Tue Jun 12, 2018 5:54 pm

phil davies wrote:
Addicks Fan wrote:
phil davies wrote:Here’s hoping that Kenny can get to Lakeside, Waites into the GSOD and that someone better overtakes Widmayer to qualify from America.


Only Larry Butler could catch him, and with only two events left this season, and one of those the week after next, I don't think Butler will catch him.


Didn't realise their were so few events left. Shame as Widmayer is doing anything at Lakeside where as Butler, Young or someone else might have had a chance at quarters or even semis with a bit of luck.


Anyone could get to the later stages, it's a lottery.
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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby phil davies » Tue Jun 12, 2018 6:27 pm

BlueSpark wrote:
phil davies wrote:
Addicks Fan wrote:
phil davies wrote:Here’s hoping that Kenny can get to Lakeside, Waites into the GSOD and that someone better overtakes Widmayer to qualify from America.


Only Larry Butler could catch him, and with only two events left this season, and one of those the week after next, I don't think Butler will catch him.


Didn't realise their were so few events left. Shame as Widmayer is doing anything at Lakeside where as Butler, Young or someone else might have had a chance at quarters or even semis with a bit of luck.


Anyone could get to the later stages, it's a lottery.


TBF JIm did manage to win 2 games in 2015 before getting stuffed by Wolfie. Despite the fact he was his usual crap self throughout. :grin:
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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby BlueSpark » Tue Jun 12, 2018 6:55 pm

Frankly, if Richie George can make it to the semis, anyone can.
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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby el_ringo » Tue Jun 12, 2018 7:04 pm

phil davies wrote:
TBF JIm did manage to win 2 games in 2015 before getting stuffed by Wolfie. Despite the fact he was his usual crap self throughout. :grin:


He also played in the first ever WDC World Matchplay in 94 so he spanned quite a few years and eras!

and over 1/4 of his prize money career has been WDC / PDC money !!

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby The Jolly Man » Tue Jun 12, 2018 7:14 pm

phil davies wrote:
Addicks Fan wrote:
phil davies wrote:Here’s hoping that Kenny can get to Lakeside, Waites into the GSOD and that someone better overtakes Widmayer to qualify from America.


Only Larry Butler could catch him, and with only two events left this season, and one of those the week after next, I don't think Butler will catch him.


Didn't realise their were so few events left. Shame as Widmayer is doing anything at Lakeside where as Butler, Young or someone else might have had a chance at quarters or even semis with a bit of luck.

But very few Americans seem to care about trying to get to Lakside.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby phil davies » Tue Jun 12, 2018 7:47 pm

The Jolly Man wrote:
phil davies wrote:
Addicks Fan wrote:
phil davies wrote:Here’s hoping that Kenny can get to Lakeside, Waites into the GSOD and that someone better overtakes Widmayer to qualify from America.


Only Larry Butler could catch him, and with only two events left this season, and one of those the week after next, I don't think Butler will catch him.


Didn't realise their were so few events left. Shame as Widmayer is doing anything at Lakeside where as Butler, Young or someone else might have had a chance at quarters or even semis with a bit of luck.

But very few Americans seem to care about trying to get to Lakside.


Can’t blame them much better money to get to alley pally
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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby Zapp Brannigan » Tue Jun 12, 2018 9:44 pm

The Jolly Man wrote:
phil davies wrote:
Addicks Fan wrote:
phil davies wrote:Here’s hoping that Kenny can get to Lakeside, Waites into the GSOD and that someone better overtakes Widmayer to qualify from America.


Only Larry Butler could catch him, and with only two events left this season, and one of those the week after next, I don't think Butler will catch him.


Didn't realise their were so few events left. Shame as Widmayer is doing anything at Lakeside where as Butler, Young or someone else might have had a chance at quarters or even semis with a bit of luck.

But very few Americans seem to care about trying to get to Lakside.


Wont this year be the last of trying to qualifying for lakeside anyway with the rumors the yanks association is joining the PDC

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby The Jolly Man » Wed Jun 13, 2018 6:47 am

Zapp Brannigan wrote:
The Jolly Man wrote:
phil davies wrote:
Addicks Fan wrote:
phil davies wrote:Here’s hoping that Kenny can get to Lakeside, Waites into the GSOD and that someone better overtakes Widmayer to qualify from America.


Only Larry Butler could catch him, and with only two events left this season, and one of those the week after next, I don't think Butler will catch him.


Didn't realise their were so few events left. Shame as Widmayer is doing anything at Lakeside where as Butler, Young or someone else might have had a chance at quarters or even semis with a bit of luck.

But very few Americans seem to care about trying to get to Lakside.


Wont this year be the last of trying to qualifying for lakeside anyway with the rumors the yanks association is joining the PDC

Where are the rumours that the ADO are joining the PDC?

The CDC seems to be the PDC link up.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby oche balboa » Wed Jun 13, 2018 7:21 am

There isn’t any rumours
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Postby Ginge » Wed Jun 13, 2018 7:42 am

oche balboa wrote:I haven't heard any rumours


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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby oche balboa » Wed Jun 13, 2018 7:44 am

Ginge thinking I don’t have any contacts there
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Re: RE: Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby Ginge » Wed Jun 13, 2018 7:47 am

oche balboa wrote:Ginge thinking I don’t have any contacts there
I don't either, I just paid the money to get them lasered.
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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby Addicks Fan » Wed Jun 13, 2018 9:56 am

el_ringo wrote:
phil davies wrote:
TBF JIm did manage to win 2 games in 2015 before getting stuffed by Wolfie. Despite the fact he was his usual crap self throughout. :grin:


He also played in the first ever WDC World Matchplay in 94 so he spanned quite a few years and eras!

and over 1/4 of his prize money career has been WDC / PDC money !!



If that figure is based on Darts Database, ignore - loads of prize money missing from US events!

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby oche balboa » Wed Jun 13, 2018 10:04 am

Darts database has missed a massive chunk
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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby oche balboa » Sun Jun 17, 2018 10:43 pm

Unofficial table

1) Mark McGeeney 349
2) Glen Durrant 293
3) Jim Williams 291
4) Scott Mitchell 261
5) Wesley Harms 243
6) Scott Waites 241
7) Michael Unterbuchner 235
8) Gary Robson 229
9) Willem Mandigers 217
10) Chris Landman 213
11) Derk Telnekes 211
12) Richard Veenstra 204
13) Tony O'Shea 191
14) Dave Parletti 189
15) Martin Phillips 188
16) Daniel Day 172
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17) Ross Montgomery 171
18) Scott Baker 169
19) Kyle Mckinstry 168
20) Jeffrey Van Egdom 167
21) Dean Reynolds 166
22) Wayne Warren 165
23) Conan Whitehead 155
24) Darius Labanukas 145
25) Jeffrey Sparidaans 141
26) Wouter Vaes 136
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27) Mark Layton 132
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28) Justin Thompson 131
29) Carlo Van Cleef 112
30) Francis Carragher 112
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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby Robson » Mon Jun 18, 2018 6:11 am

Durrant will face Mitchell McKinstry or McGeeney in the final - Should be a great final either way - Cant see past Durrant making it 3 in a row -

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby oche balboa » Tue Jun 19, 2018 4:37 pm

Official Table

Bold- Already Qualified
GSOD- Qualified for GSOD
gsod- In qualifying place


1 Mark McGeeney (England) 349 gsod
2 Glen Durrant (England) 293
GSOD
3 Jim Williams (Wales) 291 gsod
4 Scott Mitchell (England) 261 gsod
5 Wesley Harms (Netherlands) 243 gsod
6 Scott Waites (England) 237 gsod
7 Michael Unterbuchner (Germany) 235 gsod
8 Gary Robson (England) 233
9 Willem Mandigers (Netherlands) 217
10 Chris Landman (Netherlands) 213
11 Derk Telnekes (Netherlands) 212
12 Richard Veenstra (Netherlands) 204
13 = Dave Parletti (England) 190
13 = Tony O'Shea (England) 190
15 Martin Phillips (Wales) 188
16 Daniel Day (England) 172
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17 Ross Montgomery (Scotland) 171
18 Scott Baker (England) 169
19 Kyle McKinstry (Northern Ireland) 168
20 = Jeffrey van Egdom (Belgium) 167
20 = Wayne Warren (Wales) 167
22 Dean Reynolds (Wales) 166
23 Conan Whitehead (England) 155
24 Jeffrey Sparidaans (Netherlands) 149
25 Darius Labanauskas (Lithuania) 145
26 Wouter Vaes (Netherlands) 136
27 Mark Layton (Wales) 132
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28 Justin Thompson (Australia) 131
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29 Richie Edwards (Wales) 115
30 = Carlo van Cleef (Netherlands) 112
30 = Francis Carragher (Republic of Ireland) 112
32 Martijn Kleermaker (Netherlands) 108
33 = Nick Kenny (Wales) 106
33 = Roger Janssen (Belgium) 106
35 James Hurrell (England) 104
36 Andy Baetens (Belgium) 100
37 Jim Widmayer (USA) 92
38 David Cameron (Canada) 89
39 Larry Butler (USA) 84
40 Jason Lovett (England) 82
41 Craig Venman (England) 80
42 = Adam Rowe (Australia) 79
42 = Tommy Wilson (England) 79
44 Aaron Turner (England) 77
45 = Brian Løkken (Denmark) 74
45 = Steve Carrett (England) 74
47 Peter Machin (Australia) 71
48 Andreas Harrysson (Sweden) 70
49 Mark McGrath (New Zealand) 69
50 = Andy Hamilton (England) 67
50 = Tom Sawyer (USA) 67
52 Leonard Gates (USA) 66
53 Martin C Atkins (England) 65
54 = Daniel Nicholls (England) 63
54 = Joe Chaney (USA) 63
56 = Alexander Merkx (Netherlands) 62
56 = Mitchell Clegg (Australia) 62
58 Mal Cuming (Australia) 61
59 = John Scott (England) 60
59 = Paul Hogan (England) 60
61 Tonny Veenhof (Netherlands) 59
62 = Andrew Beeton (England) 58
62 = Tim Pusey (Australia) 58
64 = Carl Dennel (England) 57
64 = Jim McEwan (Scotland) 57
66 = Greg Moss (New Zealand) 56
66 = Maikel Verberk (Netherlands) 56
68 Adam Stella (Canada) 54
69 = Gary Stafford (England) 52
69 = Paul Brown (Northern Ireland) 52
69 = Stefaan Deprez (Belgium) 52
69 = Yoeri Duijster (Netherlands) 52
73 = Adrian Frim (Romania) 51
73 = Michael Busscher (Netherlands) 51
75 = Dennis Harbour (England) 49
75 = John Burgess (England) 49
75 = Mike Warburton (Wales) 49
78 Darin Young (USA) 47
79 = Martin Adams (England) 46
79 = Ryan Hogarth (Scotland) 46
81 = Raymond Smith (Australia) 45
81 = William Borland (Scotland) 45
83 = Daniel Jensen (Denmark) 44
83 = Ted Hankey (England) 44
85 Wessel Nijman (Netherlands) 43
86 Sean Cain (England) 42
87 Timmy Nicoll (USA) 41
88 Mario Vandenbogaerde (Belgium) 40
89 Wesley Newton (England) 39
90 = Adam Mould (England) 38
90 = Darren Clifford (Northern Ireland) 38
90 = Geert de Vos (Belgium) 38
90 = Jeff Smith (Canada) 38
94 Shawn Brenneman (Canada) 37
95 = Allan Edwards (England) 36
95 = Barry Jouannet (Australia) 36
95 = Darren Herewini (New Zealand) 36
95 = Jack Neary (England) 36
99 = Aaron Morrison (Australia) 35
99 = Dennis Watt (Scotland) 35
99 = Jitse van der Wal (Netherlands) 35
99 = Justin van Tergouw (Netherlands) 35
99 = Lee Shewan (England) 35
104 Laurie Loch (Australia) 34
105 = Geoff Heath (England) 32
105 = John O'Shea (Republic of Ireland) 32
107 = Andrew Hibbert (England) 31
107 = Kay Smeets (Netherlands) 31
107 = Lars Helsinghof (Denmark) 31
107 = Nicolai Olsen (Denmark) 31
111 = Garry Thompson (England) 30
111 = Jim Fitzsimmons (USA) 30
111 = Joe Davis (England) 30
111 = Logan Crooks (Canada) 30
111 = Michael Baker (England) 30
111 = Oliver Ferenc (Serbia) 30
111 = Tom Curtin (USA) 30
118 = Brian Dawson (England) 29
118 = Niels Vanbergen (Belgium) 29
118 = Robbie Phillips (USA) 29
118 = Wayne Halliwell (Cyprus) 29
122 = Dean Allsopp (England) 28
122 = Mark Penny (Wales) 28
122 = Patrik Kovacs (Hungary) 28
122 = Rhys Hayden (England) 28
122 = Rob Radsma (Netherlands) 28
122 = Steve Robertson (Scotland) 28
122 = Sven Verdonck (Belgium) 28
122 = Umit Uygunsozlu (Turkey) 28
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130 = Michel van der Horst (Netherlands) 27
130 = Pascaru Gabriel (Romania) 27
130 = Steve Duke Snr (Australia) 27
133 = Avery Barry (USA) 26
133 = Boris Koltsov (Russia) 26
133 = Jack Vincent (England) 26
133 = Joe Huffman (USA) 26
133 = John Roberts (Wales) 26
133 = Jukka Laine (Finland) 26


Regional Leaders (Not in top 27)

Baltic & Scandinavian- Brian Lokken (Denmark)
British Isles- Paul Hogan (England)
Canada- David Cameron (Canada)
Eastern Europe- Oliver Ferenc (Serbia)
New Zealand- Greg Moss (New Zealand)
USA- Jim Widmayer (USA)
Western Europe- Roger Janssen (Belgium)
Australia- Justin Thompson (Australia)

Asia will have a one off qualifier


Ladies

1 Deta Hedman (England) 398
2 Aileen de Graaf (Netherlands) 390
3 Lorraine Winstanley (England) 386
4 Lisa Ashton (England) 375
5 Fallon Sherrock (England) 371
6 Anastasia Dobromyslova (Russia) 366
7 Sharon Prins (Netherlands) 328
8 Trina Gulliver MBE (England) 266
9 Corrine Hammond (Australia) 263
10 Roz Bulmer (England) 234
11 = Maria O'Brien (England) 232
11 = Paula Jacklin (England) 232
13 Casey Gallagher (England) 222
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14 = Anca Zijlstra (Netherlands) 210
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14 = Danielle Ashton (England) 210
16 Laura Turner (England) 202
17 Tricia Wright (England) 195
18 Vicky Pruim (Sweden) 180
19 Rhian Griffiths (Wales) 158
20 Tori Kewish (Australia) 153
21 Priscilla Steenbergen (Netherlands) 151
22 Deana Rosenblom (Sweden) 148
23 Julie Thompson (England) 144
24 Paula Murphy (USA) 141
25 = Jo Clements (England) 133
25 = Kirsty Hutchinson (England) 133
27 Margaret Sutton (England) 130
28 Karolina Podgorska (Poland) 112
29 = Jane Densley (England) 110
29 = Nikki Goldsmith (Wales) 110
31 Stacey Pace (USA) 108
32 Chrissy Sheerin (Australia) 107
33 Andreea Brad (Romania) 98
34 Sarah Roberts (England) 96
35 Felicia Blay (England) 92
36 Barb Smyth (Australia) 91
37 Leanne Wilson (Australia) 89
38 Lorraine Burn (Australia) 88
39 Beau Greaves (England) 83
40 Marjolein Noijens (Netherlands) 82
41 Ann Marie Potts (Wales) 80
42 Helene Sundelin (Sweden) 79
43 Linda Ithurralde (England) 74
44 = Veronika Ihasz (Hungary) 71
44 = Vivien Czipo (Hungary) 71
46 Vanessa Zuidema (Netherlands) 70
47 Suzan Konings (Netherlands) 69
48 = Desi Mercer (New Zealand) 68
48 = Jana Kanovska (Czech Republic) 68
50 Heather Lodge (Wales) 67
51 Kaisu Rekinen (Finland) 66
52 Lisa Ayers (USA) 65
53 Sandy Hudson (USA) 64
54 = Brenda Dyer (England) 63
54 = Joanne Hadley (Australia) 63
56 Robin Curry (USA) 62
57 Kim Kelly (Australia) 60
58 Renata Downs (Australia) 59
59 = Anna Hlavova (Czech Republic) 57
59 = Cali West (USA) 57
59 = Pam Burr (Australia) 57
62 = Danielle Ijpelaar (Netherlands) 56
62 = Tina Osborne (New Zealand) 56
64 = Algina Juknaite (Lithuania) 55
64 = Jitka Cisarova (Czech Republic) 55
64 = Kathy Geeraerts (Belgium) 55
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67 = Ann Chilton (England) 53
67 = Anne Dorrestijn (Netherlands) 53
67 = Sue Cusick (England) 53
70 Rachna David (Norway) 52
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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Postby oche balboa » Tue Jun 19, 2018 4:44 pm

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