Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

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Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

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Venue: Bonte Wever, Assen.

Website: http://www.dutchopendarts.nl/en/ - Registration open until Jan 14th

Prize Money:

Men/Ladies: 1st 5.000/2.250 2nd 2.500/1.250 3rd 1.250/750 5th 500/250 9th 200/100 17th 100/50 33rd 50/- 65th 25/-
Mens Pairs/Ladies Pairs: 1st 1.250/750 2nd 750/500 3rd 400/250 5th 200/100 9th 100/-


History:
2018 Mark McGeeney 3 V 1 Glen Durrant
2017 Mark McGeeney 3 V 1 Ross Montgomery
2016 Martin Adams 3 V 1 Danny Noppert
2015 Martin Adams 3 V 1 Darryl Fitton
2014 Ross Montgomery 3 V 2 Scott Waites
2013 Scott Waites 3 V 2 James Wilson
2012 Tony O Shea 3 V 0 Dave Prins
2011 Martin Adams 3 V 2 Dean Winstanley
2010 Martin Adams 3 V 1 Scott Waites
2009 Darryl Fitton 3 V 2 Willy van de Wiel
2008 Robert Thornton 3 V 0 Alain van Bouwel
2007 Scott Waites 3 V 0 Steve West
2006 Raymond van Barneveld 3 V 2 Gary Anderson
2005 Tony Eccles 3 V 0 John Walton Unknown
2004 Raymond van Barneveld 3 V 0 Gary Robson
2003 Ted Hankey 3 V 0 Roland Scholten
2002 Shaun Greatbatch 4 V 2 Steve Coote
2001 Raymond van Barneveld 4 V 0 Andree Welge
2000 Wayne Mardle Beat Mervyn King
1999 Ted Hankey 4 V 2 Robbie Widdows
1998 Alan Warriner-Little Beat Peter Evison
1997 Mervyn King Beat Andy Fordham
1996 Steve Beaton Beat Paul Williams
1995 Steve Beaton Beat Kevin Painter
1994 Richie Burnett Beat Alan Brown (Sco)
1993 Alan Warriner-Little 3 V 0 Jocky Wilson
1992 Leo Laurens Beat Paul Hoogenboom
1991 Kostas Lavassas Beat Jann Hoffman
1990 Leo Laurens 3 V 0 Graham Miller
1989 Alan Warriner-Little 3 V 0 Erik Clarys
1988 Steve Brown (US) 3 V 1 Bob Renard
1987 Bob Renard 3 V 2 Eric Bristow
1986 Lee Topper 3 V 1 Frans Devooght
1985 Frans Devooght 5 V 2 Willy Logie
1984 Frans Devooght 4 V 2 Omer Bauwens
1983 Luc Marreel Beat Rick Daniels
1982 Jilles Vermaat Beat
1981 Gordon Watson Beat Daniel Serie
1980 Brian Fenby Beat Tony Sontag
1979 Daniel Serie Beat Jimmy Cox
1978 Jimmy Cox Beat Daniel Serie
1977 Peter Smith Beat Jim Clarke
1976 Henk van Tuijl Beat Arthur Russel
1975 Terry Henney Beat Sonja Durinck
1974 Mary de Knoop Beat Bill Ratz
1973 Ton Koster Beat Geoff Kirkman
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Post by ChrisW » Mon Jan 14, 2019 10:42 pm

20 minutes to go!

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by phil davies » Mon Jan 14, 2019 10:57 pm

What exactly is Bauhaus then? As to me it’s the band who sung Bela Lugosi's Dead :grin:
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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by oche balboa » Mon Jan 14, 2019 11:02 pm

Brilliant open this.....

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by ChrisW » Mon Jan 14, 2019 11:48 pm

phil davies wrote:
Mon Jan 14, 2019 10:57 pm
What exactly is Bauhaus then? As to me it’s the band who sung Bela Lugosi's Dead :grin:
One of John Peel's favourites.
Bauhaus is a German chain of home improvement stores.

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Post by Bag Carrier » Tue Jan 15, 2019 9:09 am

I wonder if all those going to Q School have also entered this in case they don't get a card.
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Post by clemy1989 » Tue Jan 15, 2019 10:20 am

Strange how the NDB have spoken to PDC officials about promoting this event?? I remember talk of a potential for the NDB to move accross from the WDF to the PDC in some way. if so i wonder if this event could become a european open major under the PDC in the future. Similar to the UK open admittedly but we should see a lot of different faces enter.

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by ChrisW » Mon Jan 21, 2019 8:44 am

Entries:

3357 Men
367 Ladies
1585 Mens Pairs
191 Ladies Pairs
44 Para
214 Boys 14-17
56 Boys <14
43 Girls
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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by foggs3355 » Mon Jan 21, 2019 10:12 am

Good turnout there even in the woman’s event

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by trotter01 » Mon Jan 21, 2019 6:55 pm

People not happy that all prize fund will now be done by bank transfer and not cash...say especially the lower amounts will turn to nothing once exchange rates and bank fees apply....

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by Ginge » Mon Jan 21, 2019 6:58 pm


trotter01 wrote:People not happy that all prize fund will now be done by bank transfer and not cash...say especially the lower amounts will turn to nothing once exchange rates and bank fees apply....
So if a British winner wins the €5k top prize, what is he going to do with €5k in Euros? Some people are never happy.

Also in my experience when you send money to someone in a different currency you can send it so the fees are paid by the sender and not the receiver.

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by Garry Murphy » Mon Jan 21, 2019 7:12 pm

trotter01 wrote:
Mon Jan 21, 2019 6:55 pm
People not happy that all prize fund will now be done by bank transfer and not cash...
its the bdo/wdf.

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Post by Zeyes » Mon Jan 21, 2019 8:03 pm

Ginge wrote:
Mon Jan 21, 2019 6:58 pm
trotter01 wrote:People not happy that all prize fund will now be done by bank transfer and not cash...say especially the lower amounts will turn to nothing once exchange rates and bank fees apply....
So if a British winner wins the €5k top prize, what is he going to do with €5k in Euros? Some people are never happy.
Prize money greater than €250 was already being paid by bank transfer only.

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by ChrisW » Mon Jan 21, 2019 8:18 pm

Should be no charge to countries for Euros transfers. This obviously excludes UK.
But they have always had a backwards banking system.

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by Ginge » Mon Jan 21, 2019 8:55 pm

Zeyes wrote:
Ginge wrote:
Mon Jan 21, 2019 6:58 pm
trotter01 wrote:People not happy that all prize fund will now be done by bank transfer and not cash...say especially the lower amounts will turn to nothing once exchange rates and bank fees apply....
So if a British winner wins the €5k top prize, what is he going to do with €5k in Euros? Some people are never happy.
Prize money greater than €250 was already being paid by bank transfer only.
I see. So it will depends if the sender or receiver is paying the fees them for the smaller amounts.

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Post by ChrisW » Mon Jan 21, 2019 9:00 pm

Ginge wrote:
Mon Jan 21, 2019 8:55 pm
Zeyes wrote:
Ginge wrote:
Mon Jan 21, 2019 6:58 pm
trotter01 wrote:People not happy that all prize fund will now be done by bank transfer and not cash...say especially the lower amounts will turn to nothing once exchange rates and bank fees apply....
So if a British winner wins the €5k top prize, what is he going to do with €5k in Euros? Some people are never happy.
Prize money greater than €250 was already being paid by bank transfer only.
I see. So it will depends if the sender or receiver is paying the fees them for the smaller amounts.
Standard practice would be that the sender pays the fees. A simple check box using Dutch banking systems online.

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by Ginge » Mon Jan 21, 2019 9:01 pm

ChrisW wrote:
Ginge wrote:
Mon Jan 21, 2019 8:55 pm
Zeyes wrote:
Ginge wrote:
Mon Jan 21, 2019 6:58 pm
trotter01 wrote:People not happy that all prize fund will now be done by bank transfer and not cash...say especially the lower amounts will turn to nothing once exchange rates and bank fees apply....
So if a British winner wins the €5k top prize, what is he going to do with €5k in Euros? Some people are never happy.
Prize money greater than €250 was already being paid by bank transfer only.
I see. So it will depends if the sender or receiver is paying the fees them for the smaller amounts.
Standard practice would be that the sender pays the fees. A simple check box using Dutch banking systems online.
So this is a case of players moaning about fek all then.
Probably only moaning as they don't get handed 50 or 100 euros in beer money there and then.

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Re: Bauhaus Dutch Open 1-3 Feb, 2019 - Assen, NL

Post by Skewball » Tue Jan 22, 2019 8:24 am

ChrisW wrote:Should be no charge to countries for Euros transfers. This obviously excludes UK.
But they have always had a backwards banking system.
Er, it's because the UK is sterling , nothing to do with being backwards, all transfers between currencies have charges when doing inter bank transfers.

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