Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

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Re: 2018 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-14th December 2017- 1st January 2018

Postby ssjsa » Tue May 22, 2018 12:22 pm

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Here's what the race for Top 32 for Ally Pally looks like right now (***still unconfirmed what qualification criteria are***), with money added for provisional qualifiers to TV events. This shows who of the players in with a chance are currently in which events.
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Re: 2018 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-14th December 2017- 1st January 2018

Postby nikkiboy » Tue May 22, 2018 12:23 pm

ssjsa wrote:Burton DeWitt
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Here's what the race for Top 32 for Ally Pally looks like right now (***still unconfirmed what qualification criteria are***), with money added for provisional qualifiers to TV events. This shows who of the players in with a chance are currently in which events.


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Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby ssjsa » Sun Jun 17, 2018 8:57 pm

Courtesy of Burton.

Justin Pipe has dropped out of the provisional Ally Pally seeds, and his spot in the World Championship is anything but secure.
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Re: 2018 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-14th December 2017- 1st January 2018

Postby ssjsa » Sun Jun 17, 2018 9:35 pm

nikkiboy wrote:
ssjsa wrote:Burton DeWitt
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Here's what the race for Top 32 for Ally Pally looks like right now (***still unconfirmed what qualification criteria are***), with money added for provisional qualifiers to TV events. This shows who of the players in with a chance are currently in which events.


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Ffs Nick.

Only just realised now, a near 4 weeks later. :DDD:
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Re: Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby nikkiboy » Sun Jun 17, 2018 10:20 pm

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Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

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

I dont get why people say that the PDC TV events are predictable - Look at the top three seeds - None of them handle pressure well in TV majors - Gurney isnt that good - Anderson and RVB getting on - Smith is a bit too in and out - I love Simon - But he will probably caught out by an outsider there is a lot of depth in PDC ranks - Dont ask me who is going to win it - I havent a clue -

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Re: Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby Duterprat » Mon Jun 18, 2018 4:54 pm

I dunno if the thought ever occured to you (i have doubts any thought ever did), my moronic little friend: only one person at a time can win a tv major, so that does not automatically mean that the other top seeded/ranked players cannot handle pressure well. There have been countless TV matches in the last decade of PDC darts where people lost with an epic performance, simply because someone has to lose.

Basically the opposite of BDO darts: the vast majority of BDO televided matches in the last decade did not deserve to see a winner, but there will always be a winner even in the worst possible game (and by that another Lakeside classic in the books).
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Re: Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby Robson » Mon Jun 18, 2018 7:25 pm

Duterprat wrote:I dunno if the thought ever occured to you (i have doubts any thought ever did), my moronic little friend: only one person at a time can win a tv major, so that does not automatically mean that the other top seeded/ranked players cannot handle pressure well. There have been countless TV matches in the last decade of PDC darts where people lost with an epic performance, simply because someone has to lose.

Basically the opposite of BDO darts: the vast majority of BDO televided matches in the last decade did not deserve to see a winner, but there will always be a winner even in the worst possible game (and by that another Lakeside classic in the books).

You are wrong bud - Wright is a known bottler - Cross hasnt impressed on TV - MVG talent should have seen him win more TV majors from what he has - His recent record in TV majors is poor - Anyone who wins deserves it - Whether that be in the PDC or BDO -

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Re: Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby Duneh9617 » Tue Jun 19, 2018 8:29 am

Duterprat wrote:I dunno if the thought ever occured to you (i have doubts any thought ever did), my moronic little friend: only one person at a time can win a tv major, so that does not automatically mean that the other top seeded/ranked players cannot handle pressure well. There have been countless TV matches in the last decade of PDC darts where people lost with an epic performance, simply because someone has to lose.

Basically the opposite of BDO darts: the vast majority of BDO televided matches in the last decade did not deserve to see a winner, but there will always be a winner even in the worst possible game (and by that another Lakeside classic in the books).


I know bud - you're completely right - pdc has the best and most pressure-prove players - lakeside is done - no tv, not fans, no interest, only a matter of time before we have only one code to play in - should have thought for once in my life before talking nonsense and making a fool out of myself again -

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Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby ssjsa » Mon Jul 02, 2018 7:29 pm

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Updated Ally Pally qualification table, with first round prize money added to the provisional qualifiers for the TV events for the rest of the year. Over the next couple of days I'll figure out what my projected cut-off is for the ProTour.
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Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby foggs3355 » Mon Jul 02, 2018 9:15 pm

I think Cory is not safe on 19 500 if can get visa sorted by September and he playes in last 6 players champs I think he get another 3 500 to make sure he in world pro and players championship finals

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Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby ssjsa » Mon Jul 02, 2018 9:35 pm

foggs3355 wrote:I think Cory is not safe on 19 500 if can get visa sorted by September and he playes in last 6 players champs I think he get another 3 500 to make sure he in world pro and players championship finals


In all fairness, we do not know the current situation with his Visa, and would be great if Mac could post us an update.

My gut feeling is that he will not be at Alexandra Palace, which is a great shame as he has the talent to do really well in the event, but that is not based on anything other than my own personal opinion.
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Re: Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby Zapp Brannigan » Mon Jul 02, 2018 10:18 pm

So is the assumption that the top 32 will get a bye into the 2nds round?

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Postby Ginge » Mon Jul 02, 2018 10:22 pm

Zapp Brannigan wrote:So is the assumption that the top 32 will get a bye into the 2nds round?
Would be a fair assumption to make, doing it any other way would be insanity.

When the event was 48 men the top 16 entered at the Last 32 stage.
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Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby footballafc » Mon Jul 02, 2018 10:41 pm

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foggs3355 wrote:I think Cory is not safe on 19 500 if can get visa sorted by September and he playes in last 6 players champs I think he get another 3 500 to make sure he in world pro and players championship finals


In all fairness, we do not know the current situation with his Visa, and would be great if Mac could post us an update.

My gut feeling is that he will not be at Alexandra Palace, which is a great shame as he has the talent to do really well in the event, but that is not based on anything other than my own personal opinion.


He’ll be there - if not via pro tour then via DPA order of Merit - they’ll get it sorted... I think.

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Re: RE: Re: Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby ssjsa » Mon Jul 02, 2018 11:38 pm

Ginge wrote:
Zapp Brannigan wrote:So is the assumption that the top 32 will get a bye into the 2nds round?
Would be a fair assumption to make, doing it any other way would be insanity.

When the event was 48 men the top 16 entered at the Last 32 stage.


Yes. This has already been confirmed. Top 32 on the OOM into the 2nd round.

Top 32 on the Pro Tour OOM not already qualified via the main OOM go into the 1st round along with the 32 international qualifiers.
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Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

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Ticket Prices & Session Schedule
Thursday December 13
Evening Session (7pm)
3x First Round matches & 1x Second Round match
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31
Hospitality Ticket £220

Friday December 14
Afternoon Session (12.30pm)
3x First Round matches & 1x Second Round match
Table Seat Ticket £36
Tiered Seat Ticket £26
Hospitality Ticket £170

Evening Session (7pm)
3x First Round matches & 1x Second Round match
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31
Hospitality Ticket £220

Saturday December 15
Afternoon Session (12.30pm)
3x First Round matches & 1x Second Round match
Table Seat Ticket £36
Tiered Seat Ticket £26
Hospitality Ticket £170

Evening Session (7pm)
3x First Round matches & 1x Second Round match
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31
Hospitality Ticket £220

Sunday December 16
Afternoon Session (12.30pm)
3x First Round matches & 1x Second Round match
Table Seat Ticket £36
Tiered Seat Ticket £26
Hospitality Ticket £170

Evening Session (7pm)
3x First Round matches & 1x Second Round match
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31
Hospitality Ticket £220

Monday December 17
Evening Session (7pm)
3x First Round matches & 1x Second Round match
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31
Hospitality Ticket £220

Tuesday December 18
Afternoon Session (12.30pm)
3x First Round matches & 1x Second Round match
Table Seat Ticket £36
Tiered Seat Ticket £26
Hospitality Ticket £170

Evening Session (7pm)
3x First Round matches & 1x Second Round match
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31
Hospitality Ticket £220

Wednesday December 19
Afternoon Session (12.30pm)
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Table Seat Ticket £36
Tiered Seat Ticket £26
Hospitality Ticket £170

Evening Session (7pm)
4x Second Round matches
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31
Hospitality Ticket £220

Thursday December 20
Afternoon Session (12.30pm)
4x Second Round matches
Table Seat Ticket £36
Tiered Seat Ticket £26
Hospitality Ticket £170

Evening Session (7pm)
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Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31
Hospitality Ticket £220

Friday December 21
Afternoon Session (12.30pm)
4x Second Round matches
Table Seat Ticket £36
Tiered Seat Ticket £26
Hospitality Ticket £170

Evening Session (7pm)
4x Second Round matches
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31
Hospitality Ticket £220

Saturday December 22
Afternoon Session (12.30pm)
3x Third Round matches
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31
Hospitality Ticket £180

Evening Session (7pm)
3x Third Round matches
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Tiered Seat Ticket £36
Hospitality Ticket £230

Sunday December 23
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Tiered Seat Ticket £31
Hospitality Ticket £180

Evening Session (7pm)
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Tiered Seat Ticket £36
Hospitality Ticket £230

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Evening Session (7pm)
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Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby Ginge » Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:40 pm

How different are the prices from last year?
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Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby ssjsa » Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:44 pm

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2016/17 William Hill World Darts Championship
Thursday December 15 (7pm)
1x Preliminary Round, 3x First Round
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31 

Friday December 16 (7pm)
1x Preliminary Round, 3x First Round
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31 

Saturday December 17
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Table Seat Ticket £36
Tiered Seat Ticket £26 

Evening Session (7pm)
1x Preliminary Round, 3x First Round
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31 

Sunday December 18
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Table Seat Ticket £36
Tiered Seat Ticket £26 

Evening Session
1x Preliminary Round, 3x First Round
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31 

Monday December 19 (7pm)
1x Preliminary Round, 3x First Round
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31 

Tuesday December 20 (7pm)
1x Preliminary Round, 3x First Round
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31 

Wednesday December 21 (7pm)
4x First Round
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31 

Thursday December 22 (7pm)
4x First Round
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31 

Friday December 23
Afternoon Session (1pm)
3x Second Round
Table Seat Ticket £36
Tiered Seat Ticket £26 

Evening Session (7pm)
3x Second Round
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31 

Tuesday December 27
Afternoon Session (1pm)
3x Second Round
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31 

Evening Session (7pm)
3x Second Round
Table Seat Ticket £46
Tiered Seat Ticket £36 

Wednesday December 28
Afternoon Session (1pm)
3x Second Round
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31 

Evening Session (7pm)
1x Second Round, 2x Third Round
Table Seat Ticket £46
Tiered Seat Ticket £36 

Thursday December 29
Afternoon Session (1pm)
3x Third Round
Table Seat Ticket £41
Tiered Seat Ticket £31 

Evening Session (7pm)
3x Third Round
Table Seat Ticket £46
Tiered Seat Ticket £36 

Friday December 30
Afternoon Session (1pm)
2x Quarter-Finals
Table Seat Ticket £51
Tiered Seat Ticket £41 

Evening Session (7pm)
2x Quarter-Finals
Table Seat Ticket £51
Tiered Seat Ticket £41 

Sunday January 1 (8pm)
Semi-Finals
Table Seat Ticket £61
Tiered Seat Ticket £51 

Monday January 2 (7pm)
Final
Table Seat Ticket £61
Tiered Seat Ticket £51
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