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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby BlueSpark » Wed Jun 06, 2018 12:29 am

Paul Hogan in 4th and he doesn't even play either circuit.
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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby Addicks Fan » Wed Jun 06, 2018 12:34 am

BlueSpark wrote:Paul Hogan in 4th and he doesn't even play either circuit.


Not true, otherwise he wouldn't be on the list. Must value the England ranking points and qualification for the World Masters, otherwise why bother playing the Lincolnshire Open? But yes, he doesn't travel abroad much, I'll agree with you there.

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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby Addicks Fan » Wed Jun 06, 2018 12:35 am

And he would never be near the top without the UK Open to make hay in, doesn't often do well in BDO ranking events

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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby BlueSpark » Wed Jun 06, 2018 12:37 am

Addicks Fan wrote:
BlueSpark wrote:Paul Hogan in 4th and he doesn't even play either circuit.


Not true, otherwise he wouldn't be on the list. Must value the England ranking points and qualification for the World Masters, otherwise why bother playing the Lincolnshire Open? But yes, he doesn't travel abroad much, I'll agree with you there.


Plays events in England, travels the country playing opens.
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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby Addicks Fan » Mon Oct 08, 2018 6:03 pm

Prize money since Lakeside, includes all invitational events except Newcastle Classic (prize money unknown) and Van Diemens Classic (results unknown - no longer ranked?) up to the World Masters weekend. Over the year it will include all BDO invitational events plus UK Open, Gold Cup, England Matchplay and GSOD. Minimum £1000 prize money. Must win at least £100 in any single BDO event to get on the list

Adam Smith-Neale is 2nd on the list following his Masters win, adding £25,000 to his previous £50 won by reaching the last 32 at the Wolverhampton Open! Last year's £525 winnings included a semi-final at the England National:

1 Glen Durrant England £28,985.00 £132,130.00 Isle of Man Open, World Trophy, Belgium Open, England Matchplay
2 Adam Smith-Neale England £25,050.00 £525.00 World Masters
3 Scott Mitchell England £18,190.00 £29,375.00 German Open, Denmark Masters, England National, BDO Gold Cup, Vizcaya International Open
4 Jim Williams Wales £17,895.00 £20,945.00 Belfry Open, Bruges Open, BDO International Open, England Masters
5 Mark McGeeney England £14,000.00 £65,180.00 Dutch Open, Isle of Man Classic
6 Michael Unterbuchner Germany £13,045.00 £17,220.00 Swiss Open
7 Richard Veenstra Holland £12,855.00 £12,580.00 Scottish Open, British Classic, British Open
8 Wesley Harms Holland £10,710.00 £12,150.00 West Fries Open, England Classic
9 Gary Robson England £9,315.00 £7,375.00
10 Dave Parletti England £8,515.00 £3,930.00 Welsh Masters, Wolverhampton Open
11 Paul Hogan England £8,300.00 £9,105.00
12 Kyle McKinstry N Ireland £8,030.00 £11,230.00 England Open
13 Wayne Warren Wales £7,445.00 £11,360.00
14 Willem Mandigers Holland £7,270.00 £12,490.00 Denmark Open
15 Scott Baker England £7,070.00 £10,256.00 German Masters, Wolverhampton Classic
16 Daniel Day England £6,220.00 £7,475.00 Romanian Classic, Swedish Open
17 Chris Landman Holland £6,015.00 £6,080.00
18 Scott Waites England £5,955.00 £23,790.00 Slovak Open
19 Ross Montgomery Scotland £5,860.00 £22,025.00
20 Mike Warburton Wales £5,400.00 - Welsh Open
21 Derk Telnekes Holland £4,960.00 £6,610.00
22 Martin Phillips Wales £4,925.00 £15,185.00 Romanian Open
23 Mario Vandenbogaerde Belgium £4,280.00 - Luxembourg Masters
24 Roger Janssen Belgium £3,880.00 £1,310.00 Austrian Open Vienna, Luxembourg Open
25 Andy Hamilton England £3,735.00 -
26 Peter Machin Australia £3,330.00 £14,210.00 Australian Grand Masters, Pacific Masters
27 Justin Thompson Australia £3,300.00 £5,900.00 Newcastle Classic, Murray Bridge Classic, Sunshine State Classic, NSW Great Lakes Open
28 Wouter Vaes Holland £3,220.00 £2,585.00 Antwerp Open
29 Conan Whitehead England £3,045.00 £9,700.00
30 Gary Stone Scotland £3,020.00 £420.00
31 Andreas Harrysson Sweden £2,760.00 £805.00 Finland Masters
32 Dean Reynolds Wales £2,620.00 £10,515.00
33 Ryan Hogarth Scotland £2,545.00 £220.00
34 Andy Baetens Belgium £2,370.00 £15,170.00
35 John Burgess England £2,276.00 - Lincolnshire Open
36 Jim Widmayer USA £2,270.00 £980.00 Cleveland Extravaganza Open, Witch City Open
37 Nick Kenny Wales £2,235.00 £7,430.00 Helvetia Open
38 Darius Labanauskas Lithuania £2,170.00 £9,195.00 Lithuanian Open
39 Larry Butler USA £2,140.00 £2,690.00 Shoot For The Moon, Virginia Beach Classic
40 Hiroshi Tanji Japan £2,060.00 - Japan Open
41 Wesley Newton England £2,005.00 -
42 Tony O'Shea England £1,940.00 £4,365.00
43 Justin van Tergouw Holland £1,880.00 £480.00 Belgium Masters
44 David Cameron Canada £1,870.00 £4,500.00 Quebec Open, Port City Open, Hub City Open
45 James Hurrell England £1,845.00 £9,280.00
46 Boris Koltsov Russia £1,820.00 £1,680.00 Finnish Open
47 Kay Smeets Holland £1,770.00 £460.00 Police Masters, FCD Anniversary Open
48 Niels Heinsøe Denmark £1,750.00 - Catalonian Open
49 Mark McGrath New Zealand £1,740.00 £1,980.00 Canterbury Classic, Canterbury Open, Auckland Open
50 Mal Cuming Australia £1,700.00 £180.00 Victorian Easter Open, Geelong Darts Classic
51 Richie Edwards Wales £1,675.00 £6,595.00
52 Dave Copley England £1,500.00 -
53 Jeffrey van Egdom Belgium £1,435.00 £1,210.00
54 Nick Smith Canada £1,390.00 £440.00 Canadian Open, Potato Open
55 Martijn Kleermaker Holland £1,370.00 £420.00
55 Martin C Atkins England £1,370.00 £1,195.00
57 Carl Wilkinson England £1,350.00 - Polish Open
58 Mark Layton Wales £1,335.00 £4,030.00
59 Jeffrey Sparidaans Holland £1,255.00 £10,600.00
60 Adam Rowe Australia £1,250.00 £2,180.00 Dyenamic Darts Uniform Classic
61 Stefaan Deprez Belgium £1,210.00 -
62 Joe Chaney USA £1,200.00 £5,130.00
63 Matt Clark England £1,190.00 -
64 Darren Herewini New Zealand £1,180.00 £1,040.00 South Island Masters, North Island Masters
65 Garry Thompson England £1,175.00 £910.00
66 Adrian Frim Romania £1,130.00 £310.00 Torremolinos Open
67 Eddie Mordica England £1,110.00 -
68 Timmy Nicoll USA £1,090.00 -
69 Martin Marti Santamaria Catalonia £1,080.00 £870.00
70 Craig Venman England £1,050.00 £555.00
71 John Kitchin Australia £1,030.00 - North Queensland Classic
72 Reece Colley England £1,025.00 -
73 David Arwyn Morris Wales £1,000.00 £400.00
73 Paul Barham England £1,000.00 -


The ladies list shows Lisa Ashton having a very good year:

1 Lisa Ashton England £17,825.00 £20,785.00 Isle of Man Classic, West Fries Open, England Open, LDO Classic, BDO Gold Cup, Belgium Open, Belgium Masters, LDO Swedish Classic, Vizcaya International Open, British Open, World Masters
2 Fallon Sherrock England £14,070.00 £9,640.00 Slovak Open, Isle of Man Open, Belfry Open, Bruges Open, World Trophy, Swiss Open, Helvetia Open, England National, Welsh Masters, England Matchplay
3 Deta Hedman England £13,240.00 £26,895.00 Romanian Classic, Dutch Open, Denmark Masters, Welsh Open, Polish Open, Luxembourg Open, Luxembourg Masters
4 Aileen de Graaf Holland £8,535.00 £18,805.00 German Open, German Masters, Denmark Open
5 Anastasia Dobromyslova Russia £8,040.00 £12,535.00 Scottish Open, BDO International Open, England Masters, England Classic
6 Lorraine Winstanley England £6,550.00 £20,120.00 Swedish Open
7 Sharon Prins Holland £5,440.00 £9,685.00 Catalonian Open, FCD Anniversary Open
8 Casey Gallagher England £4,200.00 £1,465.00 Antwerp Open
9 Corrine Hammond Australia £3,735.00 £11,240.00 Australian Grand Masters
10 Trina Gulliver England £3,381.00 £5,915.00 Lincolnshire Open
11 Maria O'Brien England £3,000.00 £3,635.00
12 Tori Kewish Australia £2,930.00 £4,170.00 Newcastle Classic, West Coast Classic, Geelong Darts Classic, Sunshine State Classic, Pacific Masters, NSW Great Lakes Open
13 Paula Jacklin England £2,795.00 £4,255.00 Torremolinos Open
14 Roz Bulmer England £2,385.00 £225.00
15 Anca Zijlstra Holland £2,335.00 £4,875.00
16 Laura Turner England £1,955.00 £1,130.00 British Classic
16 Tricia Wright England £1,955.00 £3,550.00
18 Mikuru Suzuki Japan £1,870.00 £1,080.00 Japan Open
19 Vicky Pruim Sweden £1,220.00 £1,760.00
20 Lorraine Burn Australia £1,190.00 -
21 Deana Rosenblom Sweden £1,130.00 -
22 Danielle Ashton England £1,060.00 £840.00
23 Sue Gulliver England £1,025.00 £225.00
24 Rhian Griffiths Wales £1,005.00 £3,455.00

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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby Garry Murphy » Mon Oct 08, 2018 6:46 pm

hahahahaha pdc ranked #165 makes enough in the weekend to go second on the list

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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby Garry Murphy » Mon Oct 08, 2018 6:53 pm

gary robson making 9k in a year is hilarious.

The dole probably pays more
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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby oche balboa » Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:02 pm

You think he doesn’t have a job... you are a moron
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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby Paddy McGinty » Tue Oct 09, 2018 9:04 am

The BDO gave him the opportunity .....BDO darts for all. :headbang: :headbang:
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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby ssjsa » Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:22 pm

Not trolling the thread, but looking at Danny Noppert who has already banked 59k this year, shows that the Q School route will be well worth trying in 2019.
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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby oche balboa » Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:30 pm

ssjsa wrote:Not trolling the thread, but looking at Danny Noppert who has already banked 59k this year, shows that the Q School will be well worth trying in 2019.


And he has given up his job for it....Bear that in mind too
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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby PVDarts501 » Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:40 pm

ssjsa wrote:Not trolling the thread, but looking at Danny Noppert who has already banked 59k this year, shows that the Q School will be well worth trying in 2019.


Think Noppert only receives 50 percent of these amount, considering he has to pay tax and management receives a share of his prize money.

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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby Buzz Fledderjohn » Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:47 pm

PVDarts501 wrote:
ssjsa wrote:Not trolling the thread, but looking at Danny Noppert who has already banked 59k this year, shows that the Q School will be well worth trying in 2019.


Think Noppert only receives 50 percent of these amount, considering he has to pay tax and management receives a share of his prize money.

How much of a difference would moving to the PDC make for a Dutch player regarding exhibition work?
Obviously in the UK these days being moderately successful in the PDC and having a couple of good runs in televised events does wonders for your profile, and can help increase your exhibition income by quite a bit.
Is it the same for Dutch players, and if so does that need factoring in when working out how well Noppert is doing? Or do Dutch players in the WDF side of things get enough exposure to make decent money from exhibitions?

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Re: BDO Players Prize Money 2018

Postby PVDarts501 » Wed Oct 10, 2018 10:33 am

Noppert is playing lots more exhibitions this year, mainly because he is managed by Modus Darts right now. They are mainly using their own players for their exhibitions. MVG, RVB and Van der Voort are also doing lots of exhibitions with Modus. Other Dutch PDC players do not many events and I do not see posters with WDF players for exhibitions at all.


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