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Re: European Tour 2019

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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by ChrisW » Fri Apr 19, 2019 10:01 am

Starting Saturday through to Easter Monday ET3 German Darts Grand Prix will be contested in Munich.
6 places are still to be decided in tonight's Western & South Europe qualifier (2 places) and the HNQs (4 places)

It is expected there will be a renewed interest in the European Tour as the three times Lakeside champion, Glen Durrant,
tries his hand at the tour for the second time. The draw will be made later today.

Seeds:
[1] Michael van Gerwen (NED)
[2] Ian White (ENG)
[3] Gerwyn Price (WAL)
[4] Peter Wright (SCO)
[5] Mensur Suljovic (AUT)
[6] Rob Cross (ENG)
[7] Adrian Lewis (ENG)
[8] James Wade (ENG)
[9] Michael Smith (ENG)
[10] Jonny Clayton (WAL)
[11] Max Hopp (GER)
[12] Joe Cullen (ENG)
[13] Daryl Gurney (NIR)
[14] Dave Chisnall (ENG)
[15] Simon Whitlock (AUS)
[16] Darren Webster (ENG)

UK Qualifiers

Keegan Brown (ENG)
Ricky Evans (ENG)
Alan Norris (ENG)
Glen Durrant (ENG)
Stephen Bunting (ENG)
Steve Beaton (ENG)
Nathan Derry (ENG)
Chris Dobey (ENG)
Ritchie Edhouse (ENG)
Kyle Anderson (AUS)
Josh Payne (ENG)
Ted Evetts (ENG)
Mark Barilli (ENG)
Ross Smith (ENG)
Arron Monk (ENG)
Mark Wilson (ENG)
Brendan Dolan (NIR)
Jamie Hughes (ENG)

European Tour Card Holder Qualifier
Kim Huybrechts (BEL)
Danny Noppert (NED)
Krzysztof Ratajski (POL)
Gabriel Clemens (GER)
Cristo Reyes (ESP)
Martin Schindler (GER)

Nordic Qualifier
Magnus Caris (SWE)

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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by Mensur Suljovic Fan » Fri Apr 19, 2019 10:14 am

I wonder whether Unterbuchner will give this a go? Obviously he's been pretty inactive on the BDO scene of late (putting in extra hours at work before going for Q-School next year a la Noppert?), but it's right on his doorstep, would be a shame not to see him try, especially as the standard of German qualifiers has been very disappointing so far

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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by The Jolly Man » Fri Apr 19, 2019 10:15 am

ChrisW wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 10:01 am
Starting Saturday through to Easter Monday ET3 German Darts Grand Prix will be contested in Munich.
6 places are still to be decided in tonight's Western & South Europe qualifier (2 places) and the HNQs (4 places)

It is expected there will be a renewed interest in the European Tour as the three times Lakeside champion, Glen Durrant,
tries his hand at the tour for the second time. The draw will be made later today.

Seeds:
[1] Michael van Gerwen (NED)
[2] Ian White (ENG)
[3] Gerwyn Price (WAL)
[4] Peter Wright (SCO)
[5] Mensur Suljovic (AUT)
[6] Rob Cross (ENG)
[7] Adrian Lewis (ENG)
[8] James Wade (ENG)
[9] Michael Smith (ENG)
[10] Jonny Clayton (WAL)
[11] Max Hopp (GER)
[12] Joe Cullen (ENG)
[13] Daryl Gurney (NIR)
[14] Dave Chisnall (ENG)
[15] Simon Whitlock (AUS)
[16] Darren Webster (ENG)

UK Qualifiers

Keegan Brown (ENG)
Ricky Evans (ENG)
Alan Norris (ENG)
Glen Durrant (ENG)
Stephen Bunting (ENG)
Steve Beaton (ENG)
Nathan Derry (ENG)
Chris Dobey (ENG)
Ritchie Edhouse (ENG)
Kyle Anderson (AUS)
Josh Payne (ENG)
Ted Evetts (ENG)
Mark Barilli (ENG)
Ross Smith (ENG)
Arron Monk (ENG)
Mark Wilson (ENG)
Brendan Dolan (NIR)
Jamie Hughes (ENG)

European Tour Card Holder Qualifier
Kim Huybrechts (BEL)
Danny Noppert (NED)
Krzysztof Ratajski (POL)
Gabriel Clemens (GER)
Cristo Reyes (ESP)
Martin Schindler (GER)

Nordic Qualifier
Magnus Caris (SWE)
Your missing the east Europe player.

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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by The Jolly Man » Fri Apr 19, 2019 10:16 am

Mensur Suljovic Fan wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 10:14 am
I wonder whether Unterbuchner will give this a go? Obviously he's been pretty inactive on the BDO scene of late (putting in extra hours at work before going for Q-School next year a la Noppert?), but it's right on his doorstep, would be a shame not to see him try, especially as the standard of German qualifiers has been very disappointing so far
He should give it a go.

Re the local qualifiers should these be reduced to two now with those spots going to tour players.

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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by ChrisW » Fri Apr 19, 2019 11:36 am

Karel Sedlazek is the Eastern Europe qualifier.

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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by Mensur Suljovic Fan » Fri Apr 19, 2019 12:53 pm

Price pulls out, Noppert goes into the seeds. Another German qualifier then, will be 8 of them altogether including Hopp, Schindler and Clemens

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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by The Jolly Man » Fri Apr 19, 2019 3:49 pm

Mensur Suljovic Fan wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 12:53 pm
Price pulls out, Noppert goes into the seeds. Another German qualifier then, will be 8 of them altogether including Hopp, Schindler and Clemens
Which is another reason why only 2 hnq should get in. Stick to more qualifiers to the tour cards.

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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by ChrisW » Fri Apr 19, 2019 3:58 pm

The Jolly Man wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 3:49 pm
Mensur Suljovic Fan wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 12:53 pm
Price pulls out, Noppert goes into the seeds. Another German qualifier then, will be 8 of them altogether including Hopp, Schindler and Clemens
Which is another reason why only 2 hnq should get in. Stick to more qualifiers to the tour cards.
Gives the locals someone to cheer on, until Saturday evening anyway.

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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by phil davies » Fri Apr 19, 2019 5:31 pm

Stupid giving it to the Host nation 4 is already more than enough should go the associates given that is now played the day before too.

Speaking of which hopefully Diogo Portela can come through this again.
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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by ChrisW » Fri Apr 19, 2019 6:28 pm

Draw Bracket
Michael van Gerwen (1) v Krzysztof Ratajski/Martin Schindler
Danny Noppert (16) v Alan Norris/Stephen Bunting
Michael Smith (8) v Gabriel Clemens/Ricky Evans
Jonny Clayton (9) v Ted Evetts/Mark Wilson
Rob Cross (5) v Chris Dobey/Michael Rasztovits
Daryl Gurney (12) v Kyle Anderson/Kevin Munch
Mensur Suljovic (4) v Josh Payne/Jyhan Artut
Dave Chisnall (13) v Arron Monk/Marko Puls
Ian White (2) v Karel Sedlacek/Diogo Portela
Darren Webster (15) v Steve Beaton/Nathan Derry
James Wade (7) v Kim Huybrechts/Dragutin Horvat
Max Hopp (10) v Keegan Brown/Magnus Caris
Adrian Lewis (6) v Ritchie Edhouse/Brendan Dolan
Joe Cullen (11) v Jamie Hughes/Glen Durrant
Peter Wright (3) v Ross Smith/Mark Barilli
Simon Whitlock (14) v Michael Hurtz/Cristo Reyes

Schedule of Play
Saturday April 20
First Round
Afternoon Session (1300 local time, 1200 GMT)
Ritchie Edhouse v Brendan Dolan
Ted Evetts v Mark Wilson
Arron Monk v Marko Puls
Keegan Brown v Magnus Caris
Ross Smith v Mark Barilli
Josh Payne v Jyhan Artut
Karel Sedlacek v Diogo Portela
Kyle Anderson v Kevin Munch

Evening Session (1915 local time, 1815 GMT)
Steve Beaton v Nathan Derry
Alan Norris v Stephen Bunting
Krzysztof Ratajski v Martin Schindler
Chris Dobey v Michael Rasztovits
Kim Huybrechts v Dragutin Horvat
Gabriel Clemens v Ricky Evans
Jamie Hughes v Glen Durrant
Michael Hurtz v Cristo Reyes

Sunday April 21
Second Round
Afternoon Session (1300 local time, 1200 GMT)
Ian White v Sedlacek/Portela
Jonny Clayton v Evetts/Wilson
Darren Webster v Beaton/Derry
Danny Noppert v Norris/Bunting
Daryl Gurney v Anderson/Munch
Dave Chisnall v Monk/Puls
James Wade v Huybrechts/Horvat
Adrian Lewis v Edhouse/Dolan

Evening Session (1915 local time, 1815 GMT)
Max Hopp v Brown/Caris
Michael van Gerwen v Ratajski/Schindler
Rob Cross v Dobey/Rasztovits
Michael Smith v Clemens/Evans
Mensur Suljovic v Payne/Artut
Joe Cullen v Hughes/Durrant
Simon Whitlock v Hurtz/Reyes
Peter Wright v R Smith/Barilli

Monday April 22
Afternoon Session (1300 local time, 1200 GMT)
Third Round

Evening Session (1915 local time, 1815 GMT)
Quarter-Finals
Semi-Finals
Final
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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by BlueSpark » Fri Apr 19, 2019 6:36 pm

Jamie Hughes with an easy draw.
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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by ChrisW » Fri Apr 19, 2019 6:38 pm

BlueSpark wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 6:36 pm
Jamie Hughes with an easy draw.
Any luck?
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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by ChrisW » Fri Apr 19, 2019 6:53 pm

Outright odds from laddies:

Michael van Gerwen
10/11
Rob Cross
7/1
James Wade
10/1
Peter Wright
12/1
Adrian Lewis
16/1
Michael Smith
20/1
Daryl Gurney
25/1
Mensur Suljovic
25/1
Dave Chisnall
33/1
Glen Durrant
33/1
Ian White
33/1
Joe Cullen
50/1
Jonny Clayton
66/1
Chris Dobey
80/1
Jamie Hughes
80/1
Danny Noppert
100/1
Darren Webster
100/1
Krzysztof Ratajski
100/1
Kyle Anderson
100/1
Max Hopp
100/1
Ricky Evans
100/1
Simon Whitlock
100/1
Stephen Bunting
100/1
Kim Huybrechts
125/1
Keegan Brown
150/1
Steve Beaton
150/1
Gabriel Clemens
200/1
Brendan Dolan
250/1
Cristo Reyes
250/1
Josh Payne
250/1
Martin Schindler
250/1
Ross Smith
250/1
Alan Norris
300/1
Arron Monk
300/1
Ted Evetts
300/1
Magnus Caris
400/1
Mark Barilli
400/1
Nathan Derry
400/1
Ritchie Edhouse
400/1
Karel Sedlacek
500/1
Mark Wilson
500/1

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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by Mensur Suljovic Fan » Fri Apr 19, 2019 8:07 pm

HNQ1: Michael Hurtz
HNQ2: Kevin Münch
HNQ3: Marko Puls
HNQ4: Dragutin Horvat
HNQ5: Jyhan Artut
WSEQ1: Michael Rasztovits
WSEQ2: Diogo Portela

Slightly better than last two events I think, but by no means inspiring, and entries were very disappointing. I think the PDC will have a long hard think about how they structure Euro Tour events from next year

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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by Bram_1900 » Fri Apr 19, 2019 8:32 pm

Mensur Suljovic Fan wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 8:07 pm
HNQ1: Michael Hurtz
HNQ2: Kevin Münch
HNQ3: Marko Puls
HNQ4: Dragutin Horvat
HNQ5: Jyhan Artut
WSEQ1: Michael Rasztovits
WSEQ2: Diogo Portela

Slightly better than last two events I think, but by no means inspiring, and entries were very disappointing. I think the PDC will have a long hard think about how they structure Euro Tour events from next year
The West South European qualifier is completely pointless

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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by phil davies » Fri Apr 19, 2019 11:25 pm

Top half much much better than the bottom where their is opportunities for runs from lower ranked players.

Quarter final prediction

MvG v Clayton
Cross v Mensur
Beaton v Wade
Durrant v Reyes
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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by Mensur Suljovic Fan » Sat Apr 20, 2019 3:19 am

Bram_1900 wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 8:32 pm
Mensur Suljovic Fan wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 8:07 pm
HNQ1: Michael Hurtz
HNQ2: Kevin Münch
HNQ3: Marko Puls
HNQ4: Dragutin Horvat
HNQ5: Jyhan Artut
WSEQ1: Michael Rasztovits
WSEQ2: Diogo Portela

Slightly better than last two events I think, but by no means inspiring, and entries were very disappointing. I think the PDC will have a long hard think about how they structure Euro Tour events from next year
The West South European qualifier is completely pointless
In its current guise, definitely. They should either scrap it completely and put them back into the main qualifiers, or they should have multiple qualifiers all on the same night like they do for the Nordic/Baltic and East European qualifiers

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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by phil davies » Sat Apr 20, 2019 3:10 pm

Other than Edhouse beating Dolan all pretty predictable so far. Next game should be a good watch great too see 2 diffrent nationalities. Kando should win the last game of the afternoon comftably.
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Re: European Tour 2019

Post by phil davies » Sat Apr 20, 2019 3:24 pm

Diogo started far too slowly in first two legs of this doubt he will get back from this now.

Have to say I really rate Sedlacek and I was surprised that he didn’t make it through Euro q school think he would be a good addition to the tour hopefully he comes through next year.
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