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

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

Postby ssjsa » Sat Sep 01, 2018 9:52 pm

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Just realised, but Peter Wright's withdrawal this week plus Rob Cross's decision not to enter the next two Euro Tour events means Michael van Gerwen is now guaranteed to be the #1 seed at the World Championship, even if he takes the next 3 months off.
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Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby ssjsa » Sun Sep 02, 2018 10:33 pm

Latest update from Burton.

James Wilson rockets up into the tentative Ally Pally seeds with his first Euro Tour final, as Terry Jenkins closes to within £1,000 of the provisional last ProTour spot.
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Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby ssjsa » Wed Sep 05, 2018 9:14 pm

Latest update from Burton.

Nathan Aspinall secures his spot in the World Championship, as in the space of three days Ryan Searle rockets from not even on this table to the tentative last ProTour spot for Ally Pally.
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Re: Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby DavidOwen67 » Thu Sep 06, 2018 2:23 am

Van de Pas has gone of the edge of a cliff. Action was always suspect to pressure, sad to see but I can't see him making s comeback.

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

Postby Paddy McGinty » Thu Sep 06, 2018 9:29 am

DavidOwen67 wrote:Van de Pas has gone of the edge of a cliff. Action was always suspect to pressure, sad to see but I can't see him making s comeback.

Do you think he was running before he could walk?
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Re: Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby Dannyboy » Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:30 am

Paddy McGinty wrote:
DavidOwen67 wrote:Van de Pas has gone of the edge of a cliff. Action was always suspect to pressure, sad to see but I can't see him making s comeback.

Do you think he was running before he could walk?

No because it’s a case of hitting the treble and double or not so. It’s not rocket science.

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

Postby Paddy McGinty » Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:33 am

Dannyboy wrote:
Paddy McGinty wrote:
DavidOwen67 wrote:Van de Pas has gone of the edge of a cliff. Action was always suspect to pressure, sad to see but I can't see him making s comeback.

Do you think he was running before he could walk?

No because it’s a case of hitting the treble and double or not so. It’s not rocket science.


Indeed not, the human brain is a lot more complex than rocket science......
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Re: RE: Re: Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby DavidOwen67 » Thu Sep 06, 2018 12:39 pm

Paddy McGinty wrote:
Dannyboy wrote:
Paddy McGinty wrote:
DavidOwen67 wrote:Van de Pas has gone of the edge of a cliff. Action was always suspect to pressure, sad to see but I can't see him making s comeback.

Do you think he was running before he could walk?

No because it’s a case of hitting the treble and double or not so. It’s not rocket science.


Indeed not, the human brain is a lot more complex than rocket science......
Yours isn't.

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

Postby Paddy McGinty » Thu Sep 06, 2018 1:12 pm

DavidOwen67 wrote:
Paddy McGinty wrote:
Dannyboy wrote:
Paddy McGinty wrote:
DavidOwen67 wrote:Van de Pas has gone of the edge of a cliff. Action was always suspect to pressure, sad to see but I can't see him making s comeback.

Do you think he was running before he could walk?

No because it’s a case of hitting the treble and double or not so. It’s not rocket science.


Indeed not, the human brain is a lot more complex than rocket science......
Yours isn't.

Answer my question on the other thread knobhead........let's see how good your brain is professor.
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Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby Duneh9617 » Thu Sep 06, 2018 2:11 pm

It's gonna be tense for Cadby if he has to wait out what happens on the pro tour. Obviously it's gonna be tense anyway whether they release his passport in time. Probably the only back up he has is the last agp weekend from tomorrow onwards, where he could still top the agp rankings

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

Postby Ginge » Thu Sep 06, 2018 2:12 pm

Pointless if he cant get back into the UK
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Re: Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby ssjsa » Fri Sep 07, 2018 8:21 pm

RAYMOND SMITH has secured a debut at the William Hill World Darts Championship from the DPA Australian Pro Tour rankings.

Smith, who impressed at the Brisbane Darts Masters last month, secured an unassailable lead at the top of the DPA Order of Merit by winning Friday's opening event of the season's final weekend.

Smith overcame fellow Queenslander Gordon Mathers 6-2 in Friday's final, having also seen off Rob Modra and Laurie Loch in the final stages.

The weekend at the Brook Hotel in Brisbane continues on Saturday and Sunday with Events 17 and 18 to complete the DPA's Harrows Pro Tour season.

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Event 16, Brisbane
Quarter-Finals
Raymond Smith 6-3 Rob Modra
Laurie Loch 6-4 Bill Aitken
Gordon Mathers 6-2 Stuart Leach
Mike Bonser 6-5 Robbie King

Semi-Finals
Raymond Smith 6-5 Laurie Loch
Gordon Mathers 6-4 Mike Bonser

Final
Raymond Smith 6-2 Gordon Mathers
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Re: Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby ssjsa » Sun Sep 09, 2018 8:59 am

MICK McGOWAN and Kevin Burness will compete for a place in the William Hill World Darts Championship next month after reaching the Tom Kirby Memorial Irish Matchplay final.

Saturday saw the early rounds of the annual championship in Tramore take place as players from the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland began the challenge for the top domestic honour.

Two-time champion McGowan remains on course to recapture the title he previously won in 2015 and 2016 as he won through to the decider.

Newtownards-based Burness, 52, surpassed his run to the 2012 semi-finals as he progressed to face McGowan at the Citywest Hotel on Saturday October 6.

The Irish Matchplay final will be held ahead of the Unibet World Grand Prix final on stage at the Citywest Hotel, with the winner progressing to the World Championship.

Tickets to watch the Unibet World Grand Prix and Tom Kirby Memorial Irish Matchplay final are still available.
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Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby ssjsa » Sun Sep 09, 2018 11:27 pm

Thanks to Burton.

Ritchie Edhouse and Darren Johnson move into a tie for the final two World Championship spots with Ross Smith and Ryan Searle, although they tentatively sit just outside on countback. Only 6 ProTour events (2 Euro Tours and 4 Players Championships) left in the season.
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Re: Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby Dannyboy » Mon Sep 10, 2018 7:08 am

JP is now looking very vulnerable as he slides into the danger zone. I’m sure there will be a mixed response on that one if he doesn’t make it.

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

Postby phil davies » Mon Sep 10, 2018 1:15 pm

Humphries has really faded after his excellent promise at the start of the year didn’t realise he wasn’t even in a worlds qualifying place. Hopefully Terry Jenkins will get back to the worlds as well.
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Re: Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby ssjsa » Sat Sep 15, 2018 8:00 pm

DIOGO PORTELA has secured a return to the William Hill World Darts Championship after winning the South & Central American Qualifier.

Portela made history as the first Brazilian to compete in the World Championship when he faced Peter Wright at Alexandra Palace, where he lost 3-1 in sets.

Portela has continued to compete on the PDC circuit this year, winning a Unicorn Challenge Tour event in January after narrowly missing out on a Tour Card at Qualifying School.

However, the 30-year-old defeated Guyana's Sudesh Fitzgerald 6-4 in the final of the South & Central American Qualifier.

Fitzgerald - who competed in the 2009 World Championship at Alexandra Palace - led 4-3 with a break of throw, only to see Portela claim the next three legs as he claimed victory.

Portela's World Cup of Darts team-mate Bruno Rangel was a semi-finalist on the day, before losing out to Fitzgerald.

2018/2019 William Hill World Darts Championship
South & Central American Qualifier
Quarter-Finals
Diogo Portela 6-2 James Walkin
Roberto Tonini 6-1 Renata Rangel
Sudesh Fitzgerald 6-1 Guilherme Soto
Bruno Rangel 6-3 Theo Espinola

Semi-Finals
Diogo Portela 6-0 Roberto Tonini
Sudesh Fitzgerald 6-1 Bruno Rangel

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Diogo Portela 6-4 Sudesh Fitzgerald
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Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby ssjsa » Sun Sep 16, 2018 10:54 pm

Latest update from Burton.

Ryan Searle continues his charge, moving up to #26 of the 32 provisional ProTour qualifiers for the World Championship, as Dimitri Van den Bergh, Simon Stevenson, Justin Pipe, & Wayne Jones all fall closer to missing out. Ross Smith tentatively in the last spot on count-back.
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Re: Re: 2019 PDC World Championship- Alexandra Palace, London-13th December 2018- 1st January 2019

Postby only85 » Thu Sep 20, 2018 7:42 am

Meanwhile interesting that labour are considering banning gambling adverts to be discussed at party conference,

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

Postby Ginge » Thu Sep 20, 2018 7:50 am

Imagine if Labour were the current party in power in the UK.
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