Who will win the UK Open today?

The UK Open must find its winner. The bookmakers have Gerwyn Price as their favorite.

It’s Sunday, and so it’s time to find the winner of this year’s UK Open. The day today consists of quarter-finals, semi-finals and the final.

Among the remaining eight players, there are a lot of surprising names, as even more favorites were send out of the tournament yesterday.

Among other, Dave Chisnall lost 10-9 against Simon Stevenson in the sixth round, James Wade lost 10-7 against Ross Smith, Dimitri van den Bergh lost 10-8 against Steve Beaton and Simon Whitlock lost 10-7 against Josh Payne.

Unfortunately we also saw Madars Razma being send out of the tournament yesterday, as he lost 10-2 against Nathan Aspinall in the fifth round.

However, there were also favorites who stood up to their roles as favorites, and therefore Gerwyn Price, Michael Smith and Rob Cross won their two matches yesterday.
The three are also among the favorites to win the tournament, and according to the bookmakers, Gerwyn Price is the biggest favorite.

Should Gerwyn Price go all the way, he must start beating Simon Stevenson in today’s third quarter-final. Before that, Rob Cross will face Josh Payne and Michael Smith will go up against Steve Beaton.

The last quarter-final of the day is between Nathan Aspinall and Ross Smith.

Normally one would already know who could potentially face each other in the semi-finals. In the UK Open, however, they use the system with a completely open draw, and therefore we first know the semi-finals when the draw has been made after the quarter-finals.

Sunday March 3
Afternoon Session (1345 start)

Quarter-Finals
Main Stage

Rob Cross v Josh Payne
Michael Smith v Steve Beaton
Simon Stevenson v Gerwyn Price
Nathan Aspinall v Ross Smith

Evening Session (2000 start)
Semi-Finals & Final
Main Stage

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UK Open continues – Madars Razma is ready for the fifth round

The second day at the UK Open is up for grabs, and it’s without Gary Anderson and Michael van Gerwen.

We are ready for the second day at the UK Open, and thus also the fifth round. A fifth round, which lacks many of the big names, as several surprises sent them out in the dark yesterday.

The biggest surprise was without a doubt that Mervyn King won 10-6 against Michael van Gerwen in the fourth round. In addition, Gary Anderson also had to go out with only one match at this year’s UK Open when he lost 10-8 against Steve Beaton.

Peter Wright is also no longer in the field, as he lost 10-8 against Mensur Suljovic in the fourth round. In addition, we also saw names like Adrian Lewis, Stephen Bunting, Jeffrey de Zwaan and Ian White being sent out of the tournament.

This means that the UK Open must find a new champion, and the fight for the title thus continues today.

The 32 players to play in the fifth round are ready to play again from 13.30 today, and several interesting matches have been drawn.

Thus, James Wade is up against Max Hopp while Michael Smith is in action against Daryl Gurney.

Mervyn King will see if he can continue to surprise as he faces Rob Cross, the only player left from the top 4 on the Order of Merit.

Other exciting shows are Mensur Suljovic v Dimitri Van den Bergh, Krzysztof Ratajski v Jonny Clayton and Dave Chsinall v Martin Schindler.

Madars Razma will also be in action today, as he will meet Nathan Aspinall.

The Latvian thus won matches yesterday against Dennis Nilsson, Mark McGeeney, George Killington and Jelle Klaasen.

Unfortunately Darius Labanauskas lost already in the first round, and Marko Kantele did not advance from the second round.

Saturday March 2
Afternoon Session (1330 start)

Fifth Round
Main Stage
James Wade v Max Hopp
Michael Smith v Daryl Gurney
Mensur Suljovic v Dimitri Van den Bergh
Mervyn King v Rob Cross

Stage Two
Madars Razma v Nathan Aspinall
Simon Whitlock v Gabriel Clemens
Jamie Lewis v Josh Payne
Jamie Hughes v Gerwyn Price

Stage Three
Steve Beaton v Keegan Brown
Krzysztof Ratajski v Jonny Clayton
Simon Stevenson v Kim Huybrechts
Jermaine Wattimena v Luke Woodhouse

Stage Four
Mickey Mansell v Steve Lennon
Dave Chisnall v Martin Schindler
Ross Smith v Steve West
Richard North v Cristo Reyes

Evening Session (2000 start)
Sixth Round
Main Stage & Stage Two

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UK Open starts today – PDCNB is represented

UK Open 2019 takes its prime start today when the first four rounds will be played.

The UK Open was won by Gary Anderson in 2018, as he in the final beat Corey Cadby by 11-7. This year, Corey Cadby is not participating, and at the same time, no one knows what level Gary Anderson will come up with, as he has held a two-month break since the World Championships.

One thing is for sure though, Gary Anderson will enter the tournament tonight in the fourth round. So we have to go through three rounds before the very heavy players are allowed to participate.

The tournament, which is also called “The FA Cup of Darts,” thus starts with three preliminary rounds, where the draw has already set matches in the second round, even though the first round is not yet played.

The tournament itself consists of 159 players. 127 of these are found on PDC’s Order of Merit. The remaining 32 participants are divided between 16 players from the Challenge Tour, and 16 amateur players who have qualified through qualifying tournaments all around in England.

The first round consists of the players numbered 97-127 on the Order of Merit, as well as the 32 Challenge Tour and amateur players.

The winners will then enter the second round, with numbers 65-96 on the Order of Merit making their entry into the tournament.

The third round, which is the last round of the afternoon session, will then consist of the winners of the second round and the players numbered 33-64 on the Order of Merit.

The many games are played on eight different stages, of which the Main Stage will be broadcast on television, and Stage Two will be broadcast on pdc.tv. The remaining six stages can be followed at Dartconnect.

Then there will be a break before the fourth round starts at 20.00.

Here, the remaining 32, including Gary Anderson, from the Order of Merit will then enter the tournament, where they, funny enough, will meet the winners from the third round.

An important factor in this tournament is that from the fourth round onwards, each round is drawn by fully open draws. That is, there is nothing called seedlings or the like. Everyone can risk meeting each other. That is, Gary Anderson can potentially pull Michael van Gerwen already in the fourth round.

Four players from the PDC Nordic & Baltic will also participate in the tournament. Darius Labanauskas will go up against Scott Taylor in the first round.

Marko Kantele will go up against Chris Lacey in the first round, and Madars Razma and Dennis Nilsson will go up against each other in the first round. The winner of this match will go up against Mark McGeeney or David Pallett in the second round.

Below you can find a complete overview of today’s matches, where at the same time we have marked all the matches, and the potential matches, for the four PDCNB-players.

2019 Ladbrokes UK Open
Friday March 1 – 1100 GMT Start (1200 GMT on Main Stage)

Main Stage
Mark McGeeney v David Pallett – First Round
Wes Newton v Cameron Menzies – First Round
Dawson Murschell v Ross Smith – Second Round
Glen Durrant v Day/Kuivenhoven – Second Round
Portela/Bates v Hughes/Rydz – Second Round
Taylor/Labanauskas v Kevin Burness – Second Round
Luke Humphries v Vincent van der Voort – Third Round
Toni Alcinas v Nathan Aspinall – Third Round
Ricky Evans v Justicia/Thoburn/Dennant – Third Round
Dimitri Van den Bergh v Shepherd/Worsley/Brooks – Third Round

Stage Two
Barry Lynn v Michael Rasztovits – First Round
Jamie Hughes v Callan Rydz – First Round
Dennis Nilsson v Madars Razma – First Round
Mike van Duivenbode v Ted Evetts – First Round
Scott Taylor v Darius Labanauskas – First Round
Wayne Jones v Vincent Kamphuis – Second Round
C Harris/Davey v Adam Hunt – Second Round
Temple/Preston v Arron Monk – Second Round
Shepherd/Worsley v Bradley Brooks – Second Round
Mickey Mansell v Danny Noppert – Third Round
James Richardson v Steve Lennon – Third Round
Baker/Harrington v Krzysztof Ratajski – Third Round
Devon Petersen v Portela/Bates/Hughes/Rydz – Third Round

Stage Three
Conan Whitehead v Michael Burgoine – First Round
Shaun Fox v Andy Jenkins – First Round
Joe Murnan v Mark Frost    – First Round
Diogo Portela v Barrie Bates – First Round
Mark Wilson v Mark Dudbridge – Second Round
Nilsson/Razma v McGeeney/Pallett – Second Round
Van Duivenbode/Evetts v George Killington – Second Round
Collins/Rodriguez v Andy Boulton – Second Round
Gabriel Clemens v Zoran Lerchbacher – Third Round
Beveridge/Woodhouse v Chris Dobey – Third Round
Stevenson/Gray/McFarlane v Mark Webster – Third Round
Carlin/Bunse/Michael v Durrant/Day/Kuivenhoven – Third Round

Stage Four
Adam Huckvale v Mark Barilli – First Round
Geert Nentjes v David Evans – First Round
Cody Harris v John Davey – First Round
Kirk Shepherd v Jonathan Worsley – First Round
Matthew Edgar v Gary Eastwood – Second Round
Harry Ward v Browning/L Harris – Second Round
Newton/Menzies v Atkins/Bain – Second Round
Derry/Budgen v Van der Meer/Dootson – Second Round
Richard North v Ronny Huybrechts – Third Round
Ryan Joyce v Owen/Kantele/Lacey – Third Round
Newton/Menzies/Atkins/Bain v Josh Payne – Third Round
Cullen/Robinson/De Sousa/Raman v Van Duijvenbode/Clark/Zonneveld – Third Round

Stage Five
Jose de Sousa v Brian Raman – First Round
Nathan Derry v Lee Budgen – First Round
Vincent van der Meer v Eddie Dootson – First Round
Matt Clark v Niels Zonneveld – First Round
Robert Marijanovic v Davy van Baelen – Second Round
Fox/Jenkins v Mario Robbe – Second Round
Simon Stevenson v Gray/McFarlane – Second Round
Gavin Carlin v Bunse/Michael – Second Round
Wilson/Dudbridge v William O’Connor – Third Round
Fox/Jenkins/Robbe v Jeffrey de Zwaan – Third Round
Collins/Rodriguez/Boulton v Christian Kist – Third Round
Jones/Kamphuis v Taylor/Labanauskas/Burness – Third Round

Stage Six
Jarred Cole v Michael Barnard – First Round
Jason Cullen v Reece Robinson – First Round
Christian Bunse v John Michael – First Round
Martin Atkins v Jamie Bain – First Round
Scott Baker v Ryan Harrington – Second Round
Tony Newell v Huckvale/Barilli – Second Round
Tytus Kanik v Wilkinson/Meeuwisse – Second Round
Lynn/Rasztovits v Whitehead/Burgoine – Second Round
Edgar/Eastwood v Ryan Searle – Third Round
Ward/Browning/Harris v Jan Dekker – Third Round
Temple/Preston/Monk v Robert Thornton – Third Round
Van Duivenbode/Evetts/Killington v Nilsson/Razma/McGeeney/Pallett – Third Round

Stage Seven
Marko Kantele v Chris Lacey – First Round
Lloyd Browning v Lee Harris – First Round
Kevin Thoburn v Matthew Dennant – First Round
Adrian Gray v Ian McFarlane – First Round
Peter Hudson v John Goldie – Second Round
Nentjes/Evans v Cole/Barnard – Second Round
Robert Owen v Kantele/Lacey – Second Round
Murnan/Frost v Ryan Meikle – Second Round
Marijanovic/Van Baelen v Martin Schindler – Third Round
Newell/Huckvale/Barilli v Brendan Dolan – Third Round
Derry/Budgen/Van der Meer/Dootson v Keegan Brown – Third Round
Kanik/Wilkinson/Meeuwisse v Murschell/R Smith – Third Round

Stage Eight
Daniel Day v Maik Kuivenhoven – First Round
Carl Wilkinson v Yordi Meeuwisse – First Round
Terry Temple v Simon Preston – First Round
Robbie Collins v Rowby-John Rodriguez – First Round
Darren Beveridge v Luke Woodhouse – Second Round
Cullen/Robinson v De Sousa/Raman – Second Round
Jose Justicia v Thoburn/Dennant – Second Round
Dirk van Duijvenbode v Clark/Zonneveld – Second Round
Ron Meulenkamp v C Harris/Davey/Hunt – Third Round
Nentjes/Evans/Cole/Barnard v Justin Pipe – Third Round
Murnan/Frost/Meikle v Alan Tabern – Third Round
Lynn/Rasztovits/Whitehead/Burgoine v Hudson/Goldie – Third Round

Schedule of Play
Friday March 1
Afternoon Session (1200 start – 1300 start on Main Stage)

First, Second & Third Rounds
Main Stage, Stage Two & Stages Three-Eight

Evening Session (2000 start)
Fourth Round
Main Stage, Stage Two & Stages Three-Eight

Saturday March 2
Afternoon Session (1330 start)

Fifth Round
Main Stage, Stage Two & Stages Three-Four

Evening Session (2000 start)
Sixth Round
Main Stage & Stage Two

Sunday March 3
Afternoon Session (1345 start)

Quarter-Finals
Main Stage

Evening Session (2000 start)
Semi-Finals & Final
Main Stage

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Gerwyn Price double delight in Barnsley

Gerwyn Price won both Players Championship events in this weekend.

Gerwyn Price played one of the best Players Championship weekends seen in a long time this weekend. The Welsh won both events, which meens he won no less than 14 matches in a row. And if that is not impressive enough, it is worth to mention, that the Welsh averaged above 100 in ten of those matches.

At Saturday he thus averaged 99,74 throughout the entire tournament, at Sunday he averaged 99,74.

For the PDC Nordic & Baltic players, the weekend was not quite as successful. At Saturday Marko Kantele was the firt man, who was beaten by Gerwyn Price, as he lost 6-4 against Price.

Madars Razma had won his first match by 6-5 against William O’Connor, but unfortunately the Latvian also ran into Gerwyn Price and lost by 6-2 in the second round.

For Darius Labanauskas, Saturday also resulted in two matches, as he won 6-4 in the first match against Adam Hunt. Darius Labanauskas averaged impressive 100,7 in that match. In the second match he met Josh Payne and lost 6-2.

On Sunday Marko Kantele, unfortunately, once again lost in the first round, as he lost 6-4 against Tytus Kanik, even though Marko Kantele averaged 90,9 against Kanik’s 84,2.

Madars Razma reached the second round again, as he beat John Michael by 6-3 in the first round. In the second round he met Kyle Anderson, who won 6-3 against the Latvian.

Darius Labanauskas lost 6-1 against Scott Baker in the first round, as the Englishman averaged impressive 103,4.

Thus it can be concluded, that Madars Razma had the best weekend of the three PDCNB players.

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Glen Durrant wins his first PDC-title

Glen Durrant won Players Championship 4 this afternoon against Dimitri van den Bergh.

Not much more than a month was needed for Glen Durrant, before he won his first ever PDC-title. On a day, where the Englishman dominated the event, Darius Labanauskas also had a good day.

In the first round the Lithuanian drew Simon Whitlock. Darius Labanauskas won the match by 6-4, and that means the Australian still hasn’t won a match in 2019.
In the second round Darius Labanauskas won again, as he did beat Niels Zonneveld by 6-5.

But in the third round Darius met his superior, as he lost by 6-0 against Mark McGeeney.

Madars Razma drew Steve Beaton in the first round. Unfortunately he lost that match by 6-3.

Marko Kantele had by far the toughest draw in the first round, as he drew former world champion Rob Cross. But it did not shake Marko Kantele. He played a great match, and he was up by 2-1 in the first part of the match. Later he leveled the score by 4-4, despite being down by 4-2. In the ninth leg he even had three darts at a double, but unfortunately he could not hit the outer ring, and therefor Rob Cross could go ahead by 5-4, and eventually winning the match by 6-4.

But just as mentioned, Glen Durrant ended up by winning the tournament. Along his way for the title, he did beat names such as Joe Cullen, Mensur Suljovic, Gerwyn Price and Dimitri van den Bergh in the final. The Englishman had an overall average at impressing 101,11. Only surpassed by Rob Cross and Ian White.

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Another 9-darter as Michael van Gerwen wins Players Championship 3

Michael van Gerwen won the Players Championship 3 as the PDCNB-players had a bad day.

The Players Championship 3 was being held today in Wigan. The three tour card holders from the PDC Nordic & Baltic, Madars Razma, Marko Kantele and Darius Labanauskas, all participated at the event today.

Sadly it was with no greater success.

Darius Labanauskas met Steve West in the first round, and despite being in front by 2-0 and 4-3 in the match, the Englishman ended up winning the match by 6-4.

Marko Kantele also lost in the first round. He met Jonathan Worsley, and what a match it was. Marko started the match by winning the first three legs with averages above 100. He also won the fourth leg with an 88-average. Jonathan Worsley then won the next two legs before Marko made it 5-2. But Worlsey did not give up, and took the next three legs and then it had to be decided in an eleventh leg. Sadly Marko only averaged 66 in this leg, and despite Jonathan Worsley only averaged 79,1, the Englishman could secure the last leg with a 40-checkout.

Madars Razma did a little bit better, as he made it to the second round. In the first round he beat Christian Bunse by 6-3, before going up against Chris Dobey in the second round. Despite of three match darts, Madars lost the match by 6-5, as he could not hit the D20 when most needed. But on the bright side, Madars averaged impressing 98,7 in the match.

Michael van Gerwen won the event by beating Ian White by 8-5 in the final. The Dutchman also made a 9-darter in his match against Jamie Hughes, even without hitting a single 180. Michael van Gerwen went T20, T20, T19 in the first three darts before going T20, T20, T18 in the next three. He ended the perfect leg by going T19, T19 and D18.

Therefor we have already seen five 9-darters in the first three Players Championship events.

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Bad day for PDCNB-players at Players Championship

Marko Kantele, the winner of the qualification tournament for PDC European Tour 3

Players Championship 2 was not as good as Players Championship 1.

Madars Razma really had some bad luck this weekend. In Players Championship 1 he drew John Henderson in the first round, and today, at Players Championship 2, he drew Glen Durrant in the first round.

Glen Durrant went up by 2-0 in the match, but then Madars won four legs in a row and got up by 4-2. Unfortunately Glen Durrant got the next two, before they checked out one leg each, and had to go into a decisive leg. Glen Durrant then pulled a 12-darter to secure the match.

Marko Kantele also lost in the first round as he met Kirk Shepherd. The Englishman was up by 4-1 in the match, but then his level fell a little and Marko Kantele took advantage of that and equalized it to 4-4. Unfortunately Kirk Shepherd refound his level and took the next two legs.

Darius Labanauskas had a little more success, as he reached the second round before losing. In the first round he beat Vincent van der Meer by impressive 6-0. Darius only averaged 84,3 in the match, but Vincent van der Meer did not average more than 78,1.

The defeat in the second round was again Jonny Clayton. The Welshman won by 6-4 and averaged 100,3 against 94 from Darius Labanauskas.

The event was won by Dave Chisnall, who beat Glen Durrant by 8-7 in the final. It was the first title for ‘Chizzy’ in a year and a half.

Dave Chisnall averaged 92,95 throughout the event, and on his way to the final he beat names such as James Wade, Jonny Clayton and Rob Cross. His average was only the 38th best at the event.

A bit of history was also written today, as the event featured no less than four 9-darters. Geert Nentjes did it against Mervyn King, Chris Dobey did it against Dave Prins in the decisive leg, Dave Chisnall did it against Rowby-John Rodriquez and Michael van Gerwen did it against Jonny Clayton.

It was extra special for Geert Nentjes and Chris Dobey, as it was their first 9-darters of their careers.

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Good debut for Darius Labanauskas at Players Championship

The first Players Championship event was being held today, and three PDCNB-players participated.

This year, there will be no less than 30 Players Championship events. Today the first of them was being held, and Darius Labanauskas, Madars Razma and Marko Kantele participated.

The best result of the day was Darius Labanauskas, who got through to the third round before losing against Scott Baker.

In the first round the Lithuanian secured himself a good result to put on his resume, as he won 6-3 against two time world youth champion Dimitri van den Bergh.
In the second round he demolished Ryan Joyce by 6-1, before losing with the same numbers against Scott Baker .

Marko Kantele reached the second round as he did beat Peter Hudson bu 6-1 in the first round, before losing 6-2 against Josh Payne.

Madars Razma lost 6-4 in the first round against John Henderson.

The event was won by world number one Michael van Gerwen. He beat Jermaine Wattimena by 8-4 in the final, with an average of impressing 109,5.

The Dutchman averaged 103,95 throughout the entire event.

Darius Labanauskas averaged 92,87, Marko Kantele 86,85 and Madars Razma averaged 87,68.

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Baltic dominance on the Pro Tour

Madars Razma and Darius Labanauskas won the two Pro Tour events this weekend.

The PDCNB Pro Tour visited Gothenburg this weekend, and as always, there were two Pro Tour events and three Europe Tour qualification events.

The first Pro Tour event was won by Madars Razma, who averaged 94,30 throughout the tournament. It all started very well for Madars, as he beat Andreas Toft Jørgensen by 6-2 in the first match. After that he managed to beat Andreas Harrysson, Edwin Torbjörnsson and Johan Engström before going up against Ulf Ceder in the final.
Madars then demolished Ulf Ceder, as he won 6-0 and averaged 92 gainst Ulf Ceder´s 86,80.

The second Pro Tour event was won by another Baltic player, as Darius Labanauskas managed to win all of his five matches. He started by beating Cor Dekker with the numbers 6-1, before going into an absolute thriller against Ricky Nauman. Even though Ricky Nauman was up by 3-0 and also averaged impressing 103,10, which was the highest average of the weekend, Darius still managed to win by 6-5. The Lithuanian then beat Oskar Lukasiak and Daniel Larsson, before beating Marko Kantele by 6-5 in the final.

The results of the two Pro Tour events also means, that the three Tour Card holders Darius Labanauskas, Madars Razma and Marko Kantele occupies the top three on the PDCNB Ranking, and even in the following order.

The three Europe Tour qualifications were won by three different players.

Thus Dennis Nilsson won the first qualification event of the weekend by beating Niels-Jørgen Hansen by 6-1 in the final.

Johan Engström won the second qualification, as he beat Dennis Nilsson by 6-2 in the final. And thus Johan Engström will be participating in his only second Europe Tour event.

The last qualification of the weekend was won by Kim Viljanen. The Finn impressed with an average of 100,4 in the final, in which he beat Pauli Finnilä by 6-2.

You can get a full overview below, and remember, that if you want to see more statistics from the weekend, you can check dartconnect.com.

  • Europe Tour qualification (ET 4) – Dennis Nilsson
  • Europe Tour qualification (ET 5) – Johan Engström
  • PDCNB Pro Tour 1 – Madars Razma
  • Europe Tour qualification (ET 6) – Kim Viljanen
  • PDCNB Pro Tour 2 – Darius Labanauskas
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The season starts today in Sweden

The PDC Nordic & Baltic Pro Tour 2019 starts this weekend.

We are ready for the Pro Tour of 2019, and it all starts in Gothenburg Sweden. The first Pro Tour event will be held tomorrow, but first there will be two European qualification events today.

At Saturday there will be another qualification event after the Pro Tour Event.

At Sunday the last event of the weekend will be held, as we will see Pro Tour 2 take off.

EVENT TIME DESCRIPTION
ET 4  Friday 1/2, 16:00 Qualification for
26/4 – 28/4, Saarbrucken, Germany
 ET 5  Friday 1/2, 19:00* Qualification for
3/5 – 5/5, Graz, Austria
 PT 1  Saturday 2/2, 11:00 PDC Nordic & Baltic
Pro Tour 1
 ET 6  Saturday 2/2, 18:00* Qualification for
10/5 – 12/5 Sindelfingen, Germany
 PT 2  Sunday 3/2, 11:00 PDC Nordic & Baltic
Pro Tour 2

59 players have registered for the weekend, some will play all five events, and some will only play the two Pro Tour events.

Denmark is the country with most entries, as 22 Danes have registrered for the weekend. The most prominent name of the Danish players is Per Laursen, who ended as number 10 on the PDCNB ranking last season.

The Swedes will be almost as many as the Danes, as 21 Swedes have registrered for the weekend. Among the Swedes we find Daniel Larsson and Dennis Nilsson. But it is also worth to mention, that Magnus Caris has not registrered for the weekend.

The three PDC Tour Card holders Darius Labanauskas, Madars Razma and Marko Kantele is also ready for the weekend. Common for all three players are the fact, that they have only registrered for the two Pro Tour events.

Last weekend also saw six PDCNB-players participating on the Challenge Tour. Besides Dennis Nilsson, the five were Aegir Björnsson, Ivan Springborg, Mindaugas Barauskas, Niels Heinsøe, Niels J Hansen and Pauli Finnilä, and all of them have also registrered for this weekend.

Other interesting names for the weekend are Kim Viljanen, Cor Dekker, Ulf Ceder, Johan Engström and the Portuguese Icelander Vitor Charrua, who just won the Icelandic Premier League.

The battle about the two tickets for the World Championship 2020 starts this weekend. Game on!

Remember you can follow all the matches on Dartconnect.com. Live Darts Iceland will also livestream from the events on our and their own facebook page.

 

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