Tour Card Race for 2019

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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by Fiss Plaps » Sat Oct 20, 2018 5:46 pm

The Thorn wrote:That is a joy to behold. Well done Krzysztof, tears in my eyes.
+1.

Who was the last player without a Tour Card to get into the Top 64? Reyes?

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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by thegentle » Sat Oct 20, 2018 5:50 pm

Fiss Plaps wrote:
The Thorn wrote:That is a joy to behold. Well done Krzysztof, tears in my eyes.
+1.

Who was the last player without a Tour Card to get into the Top 64? Reyes?
Jacques and Lerchbacher last year. But neither of them did it in a single tournament! like Reyes did, they changed the rules specifically for him!
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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by The Thorn » Sat Oct 20, 2018 5:51 pm

Fiss Plaps wrote:
The Thorn wrote:That is a joy to behold. Well done Krzysztof, tears in my eyes.
+1.

Who was the last player without a Tour Card to get into the Top 64? Reyes?
Reyes was definitely one, though did he really get into the top 64 with just the Ally Pally winnings? He won 18k there and this year you need about 40k to make it.

I think Joe Murnan won a tour event without a card in 2015 so he might have made the top 64. And I think Jacques did it last year without going to Q-School

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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by Fiss Plaps » Sat Oct 20, 2018 6:04 pm

thegentle wrote:
Fiss Plaps wrote:
The Thorn wrote:That is a joy to behold. Well done Krzysztof, tears in my eyes.
+1.

Who was the last player without a Tour Card to get into the Top 64? Reyes?
Jacques and Lerchbacher last year. But neither of them did it in a single tournament! like Reyes did, they changed the rules specifically for him!
I completely forgot about those two getting Tour Cards.

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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by thegentle » Sat Oct 20, 2018 6:20 pm

The Thorn wrote:
Fiss Plaps wrote:
The Thorn wrote:That is a joy to behold. Well done Krzysztof, tears in my eyes.
+1.

Who was the last player without a Tour Card to get into the Top 64? Reyes?
Reyes was definitely one, though did he really get into the top 64 with just the Ally Pally winnings? He won 18k there and this year you need about 40k to make it.

I think Joe Murnan won a tour event without a card in 2015 so he might have made the top 64. And I think Jacques did it last year without going to Q-School
He reached #65 or #66, but Burnett and Komula gave up their tour cards which pushed Reyes and Mr Yoyo into tour card spots. Prize money has gone up pretty much across the board since then, obviously the World Championships have seen a sizeable increase, but almost all the others, including the ProTour events, have also seen a slight increase in prize money so that accounts for the difference between now and then
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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by Rogg » Sun Oct 21, 2018 6:03 pm

Burton DeWitt‏ @bsd987
Krzysztof Ratajski has clinched his Tour Card in all realities. Kevin Painter and Jeffrey de Graaf in serious danger of losing theirs.


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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by The Thorn » Sun Oct 21, 2018 6:07 pm

Don't care about Painter at all but I hope De Graaf keeps his card

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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by ITG » Sun Oct 21, 2018 6:23 pm

Painter is well past it. Thank fuck hes on the way, more to follow hopefully.

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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by tungsten tossers » Mon Oct 22, 2018 5:13 pm

The Thorn wrote:Don't care about Painter at all but I hope De Graaf keeps his card
Agreed.. the ally pally qualification could be crucial for Jeffrey.
I have never liked Painter... not totally sure why tbh but I just don't like him.
I don't mind Nicholson keeping his card as he has shown commitment to staying in the 64.
The likes of Jacques and Ronny and maybe Dolan may struggle next year if the young players do what they have done this year

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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by The Thorn » Mon Oct 22, 2018 6:17 pm

Ronny Huybrechts was fucking crap this year. I think he's finished honestly. Same goes for Jacques really, and maybe Lerchbacher as well. He never seemed to kick on after getting to a tour final.

Searle is a bit better, I think he'll be right on the edge of the top 64 next year. The likes of Mansell and Nicholson actually played decent this year and should keep their cards with relative ease.

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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by Randall » Mon Oct 22, 2018 6:30 pm

For a while there it looked like zoran was going to kick on and make an impact.
Seem to recall more than one decent tv performance.

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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by The Thorn » Mon Oct 22, 2018 7:42 pm

Randall wrote:For a while there it looked like zoran was going to kick on and make an impact.
Seem to recall more than one decent tv performance.
He won a game every time he got to Ally Pally but overall it was average stuff.

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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by Captain Hobo » Tue Oct 23, 2018 2:22 am

The Thorn wrote:
Randall wrote:For a while there it looked like zoran was going to kick on and make an impact.
Seem to recall more than one decent tv performance.
He won a game every time he got to Ally Pally but overall it was average stuff.
Benefitted from Merv's Sciatica this year in Rd 1, then jobbed out to Keegan Brown.

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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by Randall » Tue Oct 23, 2018 6:04 am

Captain Hobo wrote:
The Thorn wrote:
Randall wrote:For a while there it looked like zoran was going to kick on and make an impact.
Seem to recall more than one decent tv performance.
He won a game every time he got to Ally Pally but overall it was average stuff.
Benefitted from Merv's Sciatica this year in Rd 1, then jobbed out to Keegan Brown.
Brown played pretty well if memory serves

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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by thegentle » Tue Oct 23, 2018 8:04 am

Randall wrote:
Captain Hobo wrote:
The Thorn wrote:
Randall wrote:For a while there it looked like zoran was going to kick on and make an impact.
Seem to recall more than one decent tv performance.
He won a game every time he got to Ally Pally but overall it was average stuff.
Benefitted from Merv's Sciatica this year in Rd 1, then jobbed out to Keegan Brown.
Brown played pretty well if memory serves
He did against Wadey and Taylor, but the game against Lerchbacher was a nervy affair. Understandable, given the stakes
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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by tungsten tossers » Tue Oct 23, 2018 9:36 am

thegentle wrote:
Randall wrote:
Captain Hobo wrote:
The Thorn wrote:
Randall wrote:For a while there it looked like zoran was going to kick on and make an impact.
Seem to recall more than one decent tv performance.
He won a game every time he got to Ally Pally but overall it was average stuff.
Benefitted from Merv's Sciatica this year in Rd 1, then jobbed out to Keegan Brown.
Brown played pretty well if memory serves
He did against Wadey and Taylor, but the game against Lerchbacher was a nervy affair. Understandable, given the stakes
Miss Keegan is a bit of an enigma! She can play really well and seems to have the desire to make it now, after juggling between full time work and darts, and now part time this year, but I am not sure she has it in her to make the 32.

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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by Rogg » Tue Nov 13, 2018 11:41 pm

Burton says Ratters is provisionally joint #48 in the post-Ally Pally OoM. Bloody ell.
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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by thegentle » Tue Nov 13, 2018 11:49 pm

Rogg wrote:Burton says Ratters is provisionally joint #48 in the post-Ally Pally OoM. Bloody ell.
Players stinking out the bottom of the top 32, you have been put on notice!
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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by Zeyes » Wed Nov 14, 2018 12:00 am

Predictions for when Ratajski will be passing van Barneveld...

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Re: Tour Card Race for 2019

Post by Captain Hobo » Wed Nov 14, 2018 12:28 am

If Barney slips too low, they could always make the Premier League and World Cup Ranking events.

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