April fand das erste von der PDC ausgetragene Onlinedartturnier statt. Unter dem Namen PDC Darts At Home. WELTPDC Home Tour - Championship Gruppe. Clayton J. (Wal). Aspinall N. (Eng). 4. 6. Anderson G. (Sco). Klaasen J. (Ned). 6. 3. Aspinall N. Die PDC Unibet Home Tour war ein Dartturnier, welches von der Professional Darts Corporation vom April bis zum 5. Juni ausgetragen wurde. Es wurde aufgrund der COVIDPandemie ins Leben gerufen, nachdem diese den Dartsport zwischen.
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Darts Home Tour entertainment VideoDirk van Duijvenbode vs. Daniel Larsson - Unibet Home Tour 2020 09/05 England Dave Chisnall 98, Australien Kyle Anderson 76, Niederlande Geert NentjesEngland Dave Chisnall 93, Daniel Larsson averaged in the lower mid 80s for his wins over coronavirus survivor Kyle Anderson and favourite Dirk van Duijvenbode last night, although he did manage the PDC Home Tour's 16th average out Alternativartikel games when thrashing Martin Schindler The talented Belgian remains at the house of Peter Wright, who he's been living with since lockdown, and you'd like Darts Home Tour think their recent practice sessions together will have been pretty rigorous and competitive ahead of their second chances over the next three days, with Snakebite is back in action on Monday. Kai Fan Leung. Dirk van Duijvenbode is a worthy favourite despite being lower ranked at 77 than F1 Tippspiel Anderson Esport Hamburg and Martin Schindler 77 because of his form, Erpressen English at the start of Vpn-Anbieter he reached the Trinkspiele Fragen Darts Championship semi-finals thanks to victories over Ian White, Jeffrey de Zwaan and Nathan Aspinall prior to a narrow loss to Gerwyn Price. Michael Smith. Ryan Murray. There's no distractions in there so I get some peace and quiet. Ryan Meikle. Robert Thornton. Kyle Crickfree Group 18 — 10 December [ edit ] Pos. Group 9 — 24 November [ edit ] Klarna Bank Bewertung Pos. Standings [ edit ] Pos. Affen Schpile Reyes. Watch live coverage of the PDC Home Tour with world No 3 Gerwyn Price the star turn for night two, hoping to avoid an early exit from the competition. Search Darts News. Hello and welcome to the Evening Standard's LIVE coverage of PDC Home Tour darts. © Provided by Evening Standard It's the penultimate night of group stage action on Sunday as world no3 Gerwyn Price. The Unibet Home Tour was a special tournament organised by the Professional Darts Corporation for players to play indoor tournaments at their homes during the COVID pandemic. It began on 17 April , and ended on 18 May , with the PDC Home Tour Play-Offs following on afterwards. The tournament was open to all players who had a PDC Tour Card in Luke Woodhouse hit a nine-darter in his Group 2 match with Gerwyn Price. The Unibet Home Tour will initially run for 32 consecutive nights as PDC stars bring elite level darts from their living rooms to yours - below are the various ways you can watch wherever you are in the world. All Home Tour action will be broadcast live on PDCTV for FREE to ALL registered PDCTV users, regardless of whether you have a paid or free membership. The PDC Home Tour III continues on Tuesday with Group 16 - watch live in PDCTV throughout the day. Van Gerwen 5/2 with William Hill for fourth Ally Pally title Dec 7
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If still equal, then the winner of the match between the players will determine who finishes higher. In the event of a three-way tie where points and leg difference are also equal, then the highest overall average will decide who finishes top.
You can bet on each night of the PDC Home Tour, with Sky Bet not only offering odds on every match but also who will finish top of the groups. There are also a whole host of daily RequestABets, specials and enhanced accumulators to check out throughout the tournament.
Click here for Sky Bet's darts odds. Jonny Clayton heads the betting to become the eighth player to qualify for the next stage but there's been plenty of upsets so far, with previous group favourites Peter Wright, Gerwyn Price, Luke Humphries, James Wade and Gabriel Clemens crashing out.
The Ferret has become a key worker for his local council during the lockdown, delivering food to the vulnerable and elderly rather than his usual job as a plasterer.
However, he's taken the day off to return to his lucrative 'hobby' and if he can play anything like he did during last month's UK Open, where he hit a nine-dart finish en route to the semi-finals, then he should sail through.
Apart from that, the Welshman has enjoyed a pretty steady season, which started with victory over MVG at the Masters, while his opponents struggled to find conventional tournament form prior to the coronavirus crisis.
However, have they been able to practice more than Clayton during lockdown to make a difference tonight? If this was any normal televised event - such as a Grand Slam of Darts group - then I'd have few doubts Michael Smith would sail through to the knockout stages as group winner.
Bully Boy may not have won a major yet but he's been hammering on the door louder than ever over the past few seasons and his five runners-up trophies, including January's agonisingly Masters defeat to Peter Wright, prove he's a man for the big stage.
Smith hit a nine-darter in the Premier League this season but in the non-TV tournaments he's struggled to produce his best and the PDC Home Tour is as low key as it gets for atmosphere!
The Dutchman impressed during the BDO World Championship before earning a PDC Tour Card at Q School, and while he hasn't set the the pulses racing, he has a bright future ahead of him and he'll be fired up to showcase his potential via the medium of webcams.
Unsurprisingly Simon Whitlock is a pretty warm favourite to qualify for the second round as group winner and although that's based mostly on reputation and his status as world number 14, the form of his three rivals won't exactly worry him.
Not that 'recent' results in conventional tournaments have much baring anyway - as Peter Wright, Gerwyn Price and Michael Smith found out in the opening week of this online event - so backers of the Wizard won't be too concerned that he hasn't reached a quarter-final of a PDC event since last summer.
After 11 nights of action, I think it's fair to say the form book can go out of the window while reputations aren't counting for much either.
Already we've seen Peter Wright, Gerwyn Price, Michael Smith and James Wade crash out while Gabriel Clemens, Luke Humphries and Simon Whitlock were also odds-on to top their respective groups, with the latter foiled by year-old journeyman Alan Tabern, who had to win back his tour card back in January.
Max Hopp is a flaky favourite tonight having struggled to live up to his hype since reaching a Pro Tour final last May so it'll be interesting to see how seriously he takes it.
Keegan Brown was enjoying a pretty good - if unspectacular - season before lockdown but during it he's almost doubled his hours in the blood sciences department at the only hospital on the Isle of Wight.
The Needle recently told BBC Sport: "For now my skills are required in the laboratory, not on the dartboard, so my focus is there.
Whereas a whole host of other players have admitted suffering from nerves in their own homes during this tournament, you could perhaps argue that Clayton had a more relaxed perspective about it all, and Brown won't be any different in that regard.
That all said, we can't rule out Mike De Decker and Conan Whitehead in this tight group considering how solidly they performed pre-lockdown but I'm going to give the edge to NHS hero Brown, who can earn two round of applauses this week.
For my second bet, I'm expecting the Brown v De Decker clash to be the highlight from a standard point of view and a potentially decisive one.
Considering seven group favourites have crashed out after just 12 nights of action, we can safely say this online format is turning out to be quite a leveller.
Any PDC player can beat anyone on their day in regular tournaments, so it's essentially boiling down to who is more comfortable in their home surroundings.
We've seen veteran journeymen like Alan Tabern and Matt Clark impress - albeit the latter just missing out on top spot - while anyone who's been watching the Modus Night At The Darts tournaments will know how brilliantly Martin Adams performed pretty much every night last week.
The legendary Wolfie, who is now 63, seems to be getting a bit mentally drained by it all now but the point I'm making here is that older, relaxed characters appear to be thriving within their home comforts.
Hardly surprising when it's usually the amount of travelling that counts against them. Now is there anyone more relaxed and experienced than Steve Beaton?
The Adonis is immune from nerves on the biggest stage and will enjoy another opportunity of this type of tournament having taken part in the recent Darts At Home, where he averaged over 92 in three matches.
Callan Rydz has bags of potential and his clash with Beaton could well be of high quality, while Matthew Edgar might be more concerned with using the experience to promote his Edgar TV channel.
Carl Wilkinson is the outsider of the quartet but can't be dismissed out of hand. Rising star Bradley Brooks finds himself as the rank outsider in tonight but the year-old, who regained his PDC Tour Card in January, might be worth a small flutter considering how many shocks we've seen in this tournament so far.
If we're going off traditional tournament form, it's not as if Scott Baker, Andy Hamilton or even Darren Webster have fared that much better so perhaps another upset is on the cards tonight.
There are two players named Martin Atkins in the world of darts. One of them, nicknamed the Assassin, is from Leeds and coached me how to play darts for a charity tournament at Elland Road.
The other one, nicknamed T'other, is from Wigan. And it wasn't the one who coached me darts. At least that means there is no preferential bias in this preview and I'm instead going to side with Jeff Smith to silence the other three rooms by taking top spot.
The Silencer lived with Darren Webster this year to make a real stab at the circuit so this current crisis is particularly galling for him.
The entertaining Ricky Evans will be favourited by many but I just wonder if he's going to be too concerned with making people laugh tonight with a planned comedic walk-on and a rubber mask and costume to play in.
That said, he's never taken himself too seriously so I'm still expecting his match with Smith to be the highest quality of the night that could go far.
Followers of our tips will have breathed a sigh of relief last night when Jeff Smith threw a checkout in the final match to seal a table-topping victory over Ricky Evans.
Hopefully we get similar fortunate this evening or, in Damon Heta's case, the middle of the night in Perth.
The Aussie was finding his feet during a maiden season as a PDC Tour Card holder before everything ground to a halt and while he hadn't yet ripped up trees, we're all well aware of his talents having memorably beaten James Wade, Gary Anderson, Simon Whitlock and Rob Cross en route to the televised Brisbane Darts Masters last summer.
He's second favourite tonight behind John Henderson, whose form had been as steady away as usual, and perhaps backing him to perform well in the early hours seems a tad unwise.
However, he'll obviously have reset his body clock over the past few days in preparation much like Hong Kong's Kai Fan Leung, who managed to pick up a victory over Chris Dobey, so I'd expect him to be raring to go.
Neither Krzysztof Kciuk nor Gary Blades produced great results since winning their tour cards at qualifying and while form lines have counted for very little so far, I do think it'll be between Henderson and Heta.
Regular followers of these daily tips will know that opposing the favourites has turned out to be a profitable strategy, but tonight I'm backing Stephen Bunting to justify his odds - as long as he can keep his son off Fortnite long enough to maintain his connection.
A self-confessed online gamer himself, Bunting has admitted in recent interviews that his usual practice area is the pub, so he's had to get used to the home setting in recent weeks ahead of his Home Tour debut.
Although no outsiders should be dismissed out of hand due to the short and unusual format of this tournament, PDC newcomer Harald Leitinger and Nathan Derry have only managed four match wins between them on the circuit this season while the latter, who regained his tour card in January last year, hasn't earned any prize money since September I'd therefore expect it to be a shoot-out between Bunting and Kim Huybrechts, who are comfortably the class acts in the field both on reputation and form.
Paul Fogarty. Have something to tell us about this article? On Saturday evening, two-time world champion Gary Anderson won a final-match shoot-out against Kim Huybrechts after wifi issues initially denied him a place in the home-based competition.
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