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Well done Kim. Didn't consider that all these would have a wiki page.

Thornton and Wade can still make the Euros with runs this weekend then. Lewis is out.

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Hope Wade misses out. Not sure how far he needs to go to qualify.

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Ratajski v Thornton in Round 1. Ooft.

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Friday October 13
First Round

Afternoon Session (1pm-5pm local time, 12pm-4pm BST)
Mick Todd v Jermaine Wattimena
Ricky Evans v Zoran Lerchbacher
Jonathan Worsley v Keegan Brown
Madars Razma v James Wilson
Jonny Clayton v HNQ5
Yordi Meeuwisse v Jamie Cave-in
Chris Quantock v Steve West
HNQ2 v John Bowles

Evening Session (7pm-11pm local time, 6pm-10pm BST)
Krzysztof Ratajski v Robert Thornton
Vincent van der Voort v HNQ4
James Richardson v Dimitri Van den Bergh
Jeffrey de Zwaan v HNQ1
Nathan Aspinall v James Wade
Chris Dobey v HNQ3
Kevin Painter v Andy Boulton
Jan Dekker v Christian Kist

Saturday October 14
Second Round

Afternoon Session (1pm-5pm local time, 12pm-4pm BST)
Benito van de Pas v Jonathan Worsley/Keegan Brown
Alan Norris v James Richardson/Dimitri Van den Bergh
Gerwyn Price v Jonny Clayton/HNQ5
Michael Smith v Mick Todd/Jermaine Wattimena
Dave Chisnall v Madars Razma/James Wilson
Joe Cullen v Chris Quantock/Steve West
Ian White v Vincent van der Voort/HNQ4
Stephen Bunting v Jeffrey de Zwaan/HNQ1

Evening Session (7pm-11pm local time, 6pm-10pm BST)
Kim Huybrechts v Nathan Aspinall/James Wade
Jelle Klaasen v Chris Dobey/HNQ3
Rob Cross v Yordi Meeuwisse/Jamie Cave-in
Peter Wright v HNQ2/John Bowles
Simon Whitlock v Krzysztof Ratajski/Robert Thornton
Michael van Gerwen v Ricky Evans/Zoran Lerchbacher
Mervyn King v Jan Dekker/Christian Kist
Daryl Gurney v Kevin Painter/Andy Boulton

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How many wins would Ratajski need to break into the top 16 Worlds qualifiers in the one year list?

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Its alright ive found it. Needs one win to EQUAL Darren Johnson

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Ratajski would win on last 4 event countback in that tie.

Quantock still in the mix though, and one assume Schindler will be as well.

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The Ginge Reaper wrote:
How many wins would Ratajski need to break into the top 16 Worlds qualifiers in the one year list?

If he beats Thornton, he'll be on 21,000, which is currently what the last qualifying player has (Darren Johnson).

So he could get in by the skin of his teeth if he beats Thornton only. Chances are he'll need to beat Whitlock too.

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Rogg wrote:
The Ginge Reaper wrote:
How many wins would Ratajski need to break into the top 16 Worlds qualifiers in the one year list?

If he beats Thornton, he'll be on 21,000, which is currently what the last qualifying player has (Darren Johnson).

So he could get in by the skin of his teeth if he beats Thornton only. Chances are he'll need to beat Whitlock too.


Will he be eligible for any of the regional world championship qualifiers?

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Yeah that's what I was going off, Ginge. Thornton and Whitlock is a tough draw for him.

Still don't know what the PDC are doing with those unaccounted for 4 Ally Pally spots though.

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Kim Jong-Un wrote:
Rogg wrote:
The Ginge Reaper wrote:
How many wins would Ratajski need to break into the top 16 Worlds qualifiers in the one year list?

If he beats Thornton, he'll be on 21,000, which is currently what the last qualifying player has (Darren Johnson).

So he could get in by the skin of his teeth if he beats Thornton only. Chances are he'll need to beat Whitlock too.


Will he be eligible for any of the regional world championship qualifiers?
He's already played it and lost in the semis.

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Kim Jong-Un wrote:
Rogg wrote:
The Ginge Reaper wrote:
How many wins would Ratajski need to break into the top 16 Worlds qualifiers in the one year list?

If he beats Thornton, he'll be on 21,000, which is currently what the last qualifying player has (Darren Johnson).

So he could get in by the skin of his teeth if he beats Thornton only. Chances are he'll need to beat Whitlock too.


Will he be eligible for any of the regional world championship qualifiers?


He already entered the Eastern European qualifiers and lost so this is his last chance.


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Kim Jong-Un wrote:
Rogg wrote:
The Ginge Reaper wrote:
How many wins would Ratajski need to break into the top 16 Worlds qualifiers in the one year list?

If he beats Thornton, he'll be on 21,000, which is currently what the last qualifying player has (Darren Johnson).

So he could get in by the skin of his teeth if he beats Thornton only. Chances are he'll need to beat Whitlock too.


Will he be eligible for any of the regional world championship qualifiers?

He already entered that and failed. Lost in the semis I think.

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Turned down lakeshite before guaranteeing his spot at ally pally.
The bdo must have wanted an answer from him?


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Chizzyfan wrote:
Hope Wade misses out. Not sure how far he needs to go to qualify.

Widey's right on the border of the top 32 so beating Aspinall could be enough, at a push. Might need to beat Kim too.

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Seems like Mensur has withdrawn for family reasons, Bunting becomes the 16th seed


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Seems a lot of entries for a Home Nations Qualifier... Schindler has made it, which seems like more bad news for Ratty's Ally Pally hopes. He'll now need to beat at least Thornton and Whitlock.

https://www.facebook.com/pdceurope/post ... 1398986692


Runde 1:
Maik Langendorf – BYE
Alexander Neuhoff – BYE
Bonan Özdemir – BYE
Stefan Stoyke – BYE
Simeon Heinz 6:2 Pierre Finck
Fabian Herz 6:4 Christopher Hänsch
Rene Eidams 6:3 Frank Padogs
Mike Holz 6:4 Jens Ziegler

Martin Schindler – BYE
Gino Drobik – BYE
Patrick Heitmüller – BYE
Julian Wempen – BYE
Christian Bunse 6:0 Jan Zeidanz
Kevin Knopf 6:2 Karsten Kornath
Florian Strenger 6:2 Thomas Neugebauer
El Abbas El Amri 6:1 David Fickel

Max Hopp – BYE
Marc Legant – BYE
Pascal Wobig –BYE
Helge Groß – BYE
Robert Allenstein 6:2 Alexander Tauber
Gürkan Kaynicalidan 6:1 Kevin Giebel
Robert Marijanovic 6:0 Timo Adrian
Michael Hurtz 6:2 Nico Schlund

Steffen Siepmann – BYE
Erik Tautfest –BYE
Fabian Freitag – BYE
Nico Blum 6:1 Patrik Mock
René Berndt 6:2 Keith Pätzold
Dragutin Horvat 6:0 Lukasz Klonowski
Pascal Wirotius 6:1 Stefan Endoerfer
Marvin Wehder 6:0 Christian Quast

Bernd Roith – BYE
Hendrik Eggermann – BYE
Nico Kurz – BYE
Florian Hempel – BYE
Manfred Bilderl 6:2 Maik Ahlfeld
Andree Welge 6:0 Thomas Munkelt
Marvin Eßer 6:0 Heiko Mantschuk
Michael Rautenhaus 6:3 Marc Covic

Runde 2:
Maik Langendorf 6:1 Alexander Neuhoff
Stefan Stoyke 6:4 Baran Özdemir
Fabian Herz 6:4 Simeon Heinz
Rene Eidams 6:2 Mike Holz

Martin Schindler 6:5 Gino Drobick
Patrick Heitmüller 6:0 Julian Wempen
Kevin Knopf 6:3 Christian Bunse
El Abbas El Amri 6:1 Florian Strenger

Max Hopp 6:3 Marc Legant
Helge Groß 6:3 Pascal Wobig
Robert Allenstein 6:0 Gürkan Kaynicalidan
Michael Hurtz 6:1 Robert Marijanovic

Steffen Siepmann 6:1 Erik Tautfest
Nico Blum 6:2 Fabian Freitag
René Berndt 6:2 Dragutin Horvat
Marvin Wehder 6:4 Pascal Wirotius

Bernd Roith 6:1 Hendrik Eggermann
Nico Kurz 6:2 Florian Hempel
Manfred Bilderl 6:2 Andree Welge
Marvin Eßer 6:4 Michael Rautenhaus

Runde 3:
Maik Langendorf 6:4 Stefan Stoyke
Rene Eidams 6:5 Fabian Herz

Martin Schindler 6:0 Patrick Heitmüller
El Abbas El Amri 6:4 Kevin Knopf

Max Hopp 6:0 Helge Groß
Robert Allenstein 6:3 Michael Hurtz

Nico Blum 6:2 Steffen Siepmann
René Berndt 6:3 Marvin Wehder

Nico Kurz 6:3 Bernd Roith
Manfred Bilderl 6:3 Marvin Eßer

Finals
Rene Eidams 6:4 Maik Langendorf
Martin Schindler 6:2 El Abbas El Amri
Robert Allenstein 6:4 Max Hopp
Nico Blum 6:4 René Berndt
Nico Kurz 5-6 Manfred Bilderl

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Friday, 1st session
Mick Todd - Jermaine Wattimena
Ricky Evans - Zoran Lerchbacher
Jonathan Worsley - Keegan Brown
Madars Razma - James Wilson
Jonny Clayton - Manfred Bilderl
Yordi Meeuwisse - Jamie Cave-in
Chris Quantock - Steve West
Martin Schindler - John Bowles

Friday, 2nd session
Krzysztof Ratajski - Robert Thornton
Vincent van der Voort - Nico Blum
James Richardson - Dimitri van den Bergh
Jeffrey de Zwaan - René Eidams
Nathan Aspinall - James Wade
Chris Dobey - Robert Allenstein
Kevin Painter - Andy Boulton
Jan Dekker - Christian Kist


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max hopp is out of the European championships.
schindler needs to beat john bowles to even be a possible for the worlds and then it depends on what the others do.
nico blum, who is the world masters youth champion vs van der voort, who is very tall and baldish.


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skweezit wrote:
max hopp is out of the European championships.
schindler needs to beat john bowles to even be a possible for the worlds and then it depends on what the others do.
nico blum, who is the world masters youth champion vs van der voort, who is very tall and baldish.


Quite possible isn't it?


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Not sure if this huge venue will be completely filled up.


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