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BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby Addicks Fan » Mon Apr 23, 2018 8:10 pm

Prize money since Lakeside, includes all invitational events except Newcastle Classic (prize money unknown) up to the German Open weekend. Over the year it will include all BDO invitational events plus UK Open, Gold Cup, and GSOD. Minimum £1000 prize money. Must win at least £100 in any single BDO event to get on the list:

Men:

Total	Last Year	Tournaments won

1 Mark McGeeney England £8,450.00 £65,180.00 Dutch Open, Isle of Man Classic
2 Glen Durrant England £6,610.00 £132,130.00 Isle of Man Open
3 Richard Veenstra Holland £4,530.00 £12,580.00 Scottish Open
4 Martin Phillips Wales £3,410.00 £15,185.00 Romanian Open
5 Wesley Harms Holland £3,270.00 £12,150.00 West Fries Open
6 Scott Mitchell England £2,950.00 £29,375.00 German Open
7 Gary Robson England £2,690.00 £7,375.00
8 Scott Waites England £2,490.00 £23,790.00 Slovak Open
9 Chris Landman Holland £2,380.00 £6,080.00
10 Scott Baker England £2,110.00 £10,256.00 German Masters
11 Daniel Day England £2,060.00 £7,475.00 Romanian Classic
12 Larry Butler USA £1,870.00 £2,690.00 Shoot For The Moon, Virginia Beach Classic
13 David Cameron Canada £1,800.00 £4,500.00 Quebec Open, Port City Open, Hub City Open
14 Michael Unterbuchner Germany £1,760.00 £17,220.00
15 Jim Williams Wales £1,440.00 £20,945.00
16 Derk Telnekes Holland £1,280.00 £6,610.00
17 Stefaan Deprez Belgium £1,170.00 -
18 Mal Cumings Australia £1,100.00 £180.00 Victorian Easter Open, Geelong Darts Classic
19 Wouter Vaes Holland £1,080.00 £2,585.00
20 Adrian Frim Romania £1,040.00 £310.00 Torremolinos Open


Women:

Total	Last Year	Tournaments won

1 Deta Hedman England £3,460.00 £26,895.00 Romanian Classic, Dutch Open
2 Fallon Sherrock England £3,000.00 £9,640.00 Slovak Open, Isle of Man Open
3 Aileen de Graaf Holland £2,975.00 £18,805.00 German Open, German Masters
4 Lisa Ashton England £2,030.00 £20,785.00 Isle of Man Classic, West Fries Open
5 Sharon Prins Holland £1,900.00 £9,685.00
6 Anastasia Dobromyslova Russia £1,250.00 £12,535.00 Scottish Open
7 Tori Kewish Australia £1,180.00 £4,170.00 Newcastle Classic, West Coast Classic, Geelong Darts Classic
8 Paula Jacklin England £1,125.00 £4,255.00 Torremolinos Open
9 Lorraine Winstanley England £1,000.00 £20,120.00

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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby BlueSpark » Mon Apr 23, 2018 8:58 pm

Not that that it easy to read at all, but has Hedman earned more this year than Scotty Dog Shamble?
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Re: RE: Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby Ginge » Mon Apr 23, 2018 9:01 pm

BlueSpark wrote:Not that that it easy to read at all, but has Hedman earned more this year than Scotty Dog Shamble?
Yes :D

She would be 4th on the mens list with her total so far this year.
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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby ChrisW » Mon Apr 23, 2018 9:15 pm

BlueSpark wrote:Not that that it easy to read at all, but has Hedman earned more this year than Scotty Dog Shamble?

How is it not easy to read?

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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby The Knowledge » Mon Apr 23, 2018 9:45 pm

Looking at these figures, the question has to be asked, why is the prize money so low?
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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby ChrisW » Mon Apr 23, 2018 9:48 pm

The Knowledge wrote:Looking at these figures, the question has to be asked, why is the prize money so low?

It's the BDO? :omg:

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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby BlueSpark » Mon Apr 23, 2018 10:05 pm

ChrisW wrote:
BlueSpark wrote:Not that that it easy to read at all, but has Hedman earned more this year than Scotty Dog Shamble?

How is it not easy to read?


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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby The Knowledge » Mon Apr 23, 2018 10:06 pm

ChrisW wrote:
The Knowledge wrote:Looking at these figures, the question has to be asked, why is the prize money so low?

It's the BDO? :omg:


Darts is awash with money, it's never been as well off, sponsors queuing up, TV companies falling over themselves to get involved, its the fastest growing sport in the world, record viewing figures, record prizemoney, record attendances, how come these figures are so appalling? How can this be?
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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby BlueSpark » Mon Apr 23, 2018 10:37 pm

The Knowledge wrote:
ChrisW wrote:
The Knowledge wrote:Looking at these figures, the question has to be asked, why is the prize money so low?

It's the BDO? :omg:


Darts is awash with money, it's never been as well off, sponsors queuing up, TV companies falling over themselves to get involved, its the fastest growing sport in the world, record viewing figures, record prizemoney, record attendances, how come these figures are so appalling? How can this be?


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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby ChrisW » Mon Apr 23, 2018 10:45 pm

BlueSpark wrote:
ChrisW wrote:
BlueSpark wrote:Not that that it easy to read at all, but has Hedman earned more this year than Scotty Dog Shamble?

How is it not easy to read?


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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby ChrisW » Mon Apr 23, 2018 10:46 pm

Men:

Total Last Year Tournaments won

1 Mark McGeeney England £8,450.00 £65,180.00 Dutch Open, Isle of Man Classic
2 Glen Durrant England £6,610.00 £132,130.00 Isle of Man Open
3 Richard Veenstra Holland £4,530.00 £12,580.00 Scottish Open
4 Martin Phillips Wales £3,410.00 £15,185.00 Romanian Open
5 Wesley Harms Holland £3,270.00 £12,150.00 West Fries Open
6 Scott Mitchell England £2,950.00 £29,375.00 German Open
7 Gary Robson England £2,690.00 £7,375.00
8 Scott Waites England £2,490.00 £23,790.00 Slovak Open
9 Chris Landman Holland £2,380.00 £6,080.00
10 Scott Baker England £2,110.00 £10,256.00 German Masters
11 Daniel Day England £2,060.00 £7,475.00 Romanian Classic
12 Larry Butler USA £1,870.00 £2,690.00 Shoot For The Moon, Virginia Beach Classic
13 David Cameron Canada £1,800.00 £4,500.00 Quebec Open, Port City Open, Hub City Open
14 Michael Unterbuchner Germany £1,760.00 £17,220.00
15 Jim Williams Wales £1,440.00 £20,945.00
16 Derk Telnekes Holland £1,280.00 £6,610.00
17 Stefaan Deprez Belgium £1,170.00 -
18 Mal Cumings Australia £1,100.00 £180.00 Victorian Easter Open, Geelong Darts Classic
19 Wouter Vaes Holland £1,080.00 £2,585.00
20 Adrian Frim Romania £1,040.00 £310.00 Torremolinos Open


Women:

Total Last Year Tournaments won

1 Deta Hedman England £3,460.00 £26,895.00 Romanian Classic, Dutch Open
2 Fallon Sherrock England £3,000.00 £9,640.00 Slovak Open, Isle of Man Open
3 Aileen de Graaf Holland £2,975.00 £18,805.00 German Open, German Masters
4 Lisa Ashton England £2,030.00 £20,785.00 Isle of Man Classic, West Fries Open
5 Sharon Prins Holland £1,900.00 £9,685.00
6 Anastasia Dobromyslova Russia £1,250.00 £12,535.00 Scottish Open
7 Tori Kewish Australia £1,180.00 £4,170.00 Newcastle Classic, West Coast Classic, Geelong Darts Classic
8 Paula Jacklin England £1,125.00 £4,255.00 Torremolinos Open
9 Lorraine Winstanley England £1,000.00 £20,120.00

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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby ChrisW » Mon Apr 23, 2018 10:47 pm

Any better?

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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby ssjsa » Mon Apr 23, 2018 10:50 pm

The Knowledge wrote:Looking at these figures, the question has to be asked, why is the prize money so low?


Your points are perfectly valid, and encouraging to see you articulating them in such a reasoned manner. :DDDD:
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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby ChrisW » Mon Apr 23, 2018 10:53 pm

ssjsa wrote:
The Knowledge wrote:Looking at these figures, the question has to be asked, why is the prize money so low?


Your points are perfectly valid, and encouraging to see you articulating them in such a reasoned manner. :DDDD:

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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby BlueSpark » Mon Apr 23, 2018 11:31 pm

So is this correct
Since Lakeside, Darryl Fitton has played in 6 challenge tour events and earned a massive £150? Is that it?
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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby BlueSpark » Mon Apr 23, 2018 11:32 pm

ChrisW wrote:Any better?


Ta muchly
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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby ifm » Mon Apr 23, 2018 11:37 pm

BlueSpark wrote:So is this correct
Since Lakeside, Darryl Fitton has played in 6 challenge tour events and earned a massive £150? Is that it?

I know you'll think this is blind defending but the guy can barely walk.
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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby ifm » Mon Apr 23, 2018 11:38 pm

BlueSpark wrote:
ChrisW wrote:
BlueSpark wrote:Not that that it easy to read at all, but has Hedman earned more this year than Scotty Dog Shamble?

How is it not easy to read?


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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby Astonvilla » Tue Apr 24, 2018 10:05 am

The prize money is only low if you compare it to the PDC which is a mistake to do. As a second tier mainly amateur tour the money is actually quite good in parts. I mean a WC with a 100k winners prize can hardly be called low.

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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby Addicks Fan » Wed Jun 06, 2018 12:24 am

Prize money since Lakeside, includes all invitational events except Newcastle Classic (prize money unknown) up to the World Trophy weekend. Over the year it will include all BDO invitational events plus UK Open, Gold Cup, and GSOD. Minimum £1000 prize money. Must win at least £100 in any single BDO event to get on the list:

Mens:

1 Glen Durrant England £14,610.00 £132,130.00 Isle of Man Open, World Trophy
2 Mark McGeeney England £10,910.00 £65,180.00 Dutch Open, Isle of Man Classic
3 Jim Williams Wales £7,510.00 £20,945.00 Belfry Open, Bruges Open
4 Paul Hogan England £6,975.00 £9,105.00
5 Scott Mitchell England £6,210.00 £29,375.00 German Open, Denmark Masters
6 Michael Unterbuchner Germany £5,910.00 £17,220.00
7 Wesley Harms Holland £5,100.00 £12,150.00 West Fries Open
8 Willem Mandigers Holland £5,080.00 £12,490.00 Denmark Open
9 Mike Warburton Wales £5,000.00 - Welsh Open
10 Richard Veenstra Holland £4,700.00 £12,580.00 Scottish Open
11 Chris Landman Holland £4,450.00 £6,080.00
12 Martin Phillips Wales £3,970.00 £15,185.00 Romanian Open
13 Gary Robson England £3,940.00 £7,375.00
14 Scott Waites England £3,490.00 £23,790.00 Slovak Open
15 Scott Baker England £3,470.00 £10,256.00 German Masters
16 Daniel Day England £2,990.00 £7,475.00 Romanian Classic
16 Ross Montgomery Scotland £2,990.00 £22,025.00
18 Derk Telnekes Holland £2,880.00 £6,610.00
19 Wayne Warren Wales £2,770.00 £11,360.00
20 Andy Hamilton England £2,660.00 -
21 Justin Thompson Australia £2,350.00 £5,900.00 Newcastle Classic, Murray Bridge Classic, Sunshine State Classic
22 Conan Whitehead England £2,170.00 £9,700.00
22 Darius Labanauskas Lithuania £2,170.00 £9,195.00 Lithuanian Open
24 Larry Butler USA £2,020.00 £2,690.00 Shoot For The Moon, Virginia Beach Classic
25 John Burgess England £2,001.00 - Lincolnshire Open
26 Dean Reynolds Wales £1,890.00 £10,515.00
27 Ryan Hogarth Scotland £1,870.00 £220.00
28 Boris Koltsov Russia £1,820.00 £1,680.00 Finnish Open
29 David Cameron Canada £1,800.00 £4,500.00 Quebec Open, Port City Open, Hub City Open
30 Andreas Harrysson Sweden £1,690.00 £805.00 Finland Masters
31 Tony O'Shea England £1,490.00 £4,365.00
32 Kyle McKinstry N Ireland £1,480.00 £11,230.00
33 Wouter Vaes Holland £1,280.00 £2,585.00
34 Jim Widmayer USA £1,250.00 £980.00 Cleveland Extravaganza Open
35 Stefaan Deprez Belgium £1,210.00 -
36 Andy Baetens Belgium £1,190.00 £15,170.00
37 Dave Parletti England £1,160.00 £3,930.00
38 Mal Cumings Australia £1,100.00 £180.00 Victorian Easter Open, Geelong Darts Classic
39 Adrian Frim Romania £1,080.00 £310.00 Torremolinos Open
40 Garry Thompson England £1,030.00 £910.00
41 Carl Wilkinson England £1,020.00 - Polish Open
42 Peter Machin Australia £1,000.00 £14,210.00

Ladies:

1 Fallon Sherrock England £8,165.00 £9,640.00 Slovak Open, Isle of Man Open, Belfry Open, Bruges Open, World Trophy
2 Deta Hedman England £7,810.00 £26,895.00 Romanian Classic, Dutch Open, Denmark Masters, Welsh Open, Polish Open
3 Aileen de Graaf Holland £5,875.00 £18,805.00 German Open, German Masters, Denmark Open
4 Sharon Prins Holland £3,890.00 £9,685.00
5 Anastasia Dobromyslova Russia £3,340.00 £12,535.00 Scottish Open
6 Lorraine Winstanley England £3,060.00 £20,120.00
7 Lisa Ashton England £2,930.00 £20,785.00 Isle of Man Classic, West Fries Open
8 Paula Jacklin England £1,925.00 £4,255.00 Torremolinos Open
9 Corrine Hammond Australia £1,825.00 £11,240.00
10 Tori Kewish Australia £1,810.00 £4,170.00 Newcastle Classic, West Coast Classic, Geelong Darts Classic, Sunshine State Classic
11 Roz Bulmer England £1,630.00 £225.00
12 Anca Zijlstra Holland £1,480.00 £4,875.00
13 Trina Gulliver England £1,466.00 £5,915.00 Lincolnshire Open
14 Maria O'Brien England £1,355.00 £3,635.00
15 Tricia Wright England £1,030.00 £3,550.00


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