Die PDC Home Tour II ist ein Dartsturnier, welches von der Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) vom August bis zum Oktober ausgetragen wurde. Die PDC Home Tour war eine aufgrund des Coronavirus eingeführte Turnierserie, bei der die Spieler via Webcam und Live-Videoanrufe gegeneinander. April fand das erste von der PDC ausgetragene Onlinedartturnier statt. Unter dem Namen PDC Darts At Home.
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They've all known what to expect and their practice sessions and preparations have probably become more focused now that the tournament has arguably evolved into something more serious than perhaps first intended.
Michael Smith was disappointed to one of the early big name casualties after Martijn Kleermaker upset the odds to the delight of our followers but averaged over 96 in all three of his games and threw a tournament high of 11 maximums.
Luke Humphries paid the price for a surprise defeat to group winner Nick Kenny in his opening match despite averaging higher with 92 and he'll be expected to be the closest challenger to the multiple major runner-up.
Andy Boulton managed one of the rare averages when he finished runner-up to the brilliant Ryan Searle and also thrashed James Wade while Mike van Duivenbode also played pretty well despite being upset by another one of our big winning tips in Alan Tabern.
Overall, however, Smith set a better standard and will definitely be fired up to make a statement. The fun aspect of this is over now and the trend of shocks could start to change when the highest quality players get another shot.
There's just four more nights of PDC Home Tour action to play before the first group stage ends on Monday, as 14 more previous runners-up - plus Cristo Reyes and Gary Anderson - eye the remaining places in the last Since Tuesday, when the lucky losers were given a second bite at the cherry after 'only' Tour Card holders accepted invitations to compete in this tournament, the standard of darts has significantly improved due to having more home practice and knowing what to expect.
The overall three-dart average of nights one to 25 was Reyes is therefore at a disadvantage tonight considering it's his first appearance in this environment that has caught many better player than him cold over the past month.
However, I'm giving the edge to John Henderson, who admitted nerves and unfamiliarity got the better of him during his previous outing, where he edged a low quality affair with Krzysztof Kciuk and thrashed Gary Blades either side of a pivotal loss to Damon Heta.
He averaged in the 80s for all three games so expect him to up his game to deny group favourite Danny Noppert. The Dutchman was inconsistent last time out, averaging in the 70s, 80s and 90s, and while he does boast the best normal tournament form in having reached two Players Championship semi-finals, that doesn't really count for too much.
A month after sending social media into a frenzy when revealing his internet connection was too slow to take part in the PDC Home Tour, Gary Anderson upgraded his dodgy WiFi enough to finally makes his debut just three days before the end of the first round.
The picture he posted on Twitter of his internet speed received a whopping 15k likes as the world reacted in hilarity to the type of 'news' stories that were now dominating the sporting landscape.
The Flying Scotsman is, of course, competing alongside three previous runners-up who effectively have the experience advantage in this tournament and that makes Anderson quite a vulnerable favourite tonight.
It's often said that At this stage in his legendary career, the two-time world champion is motivated to peak for the big, lucrative prizes so it'll be interesting to see how much practice and preparation he's been dedicating to this event from his home out in the sticks in Somerset.
That said, he's clearly bothered enough to change internet provider! I think the youngsters do it all the time with all these new devices.
My pick, however, is Dimitri van den Bergh for the second time so far and my reasons are similar to the ill-fated previous attempt.
The talented Belgian remains at the house of Peter Wright, who he's been living with since lockdown, and you'd like to 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.
Van den Bergh played pretty well the first time around, averaging 98 in a win over Karel Sedlacek, 91 during an unfortunate defeat to group winner Rob Cross and 99 against William Borland, who beat him with a mark of !
At the time he thought he was eliminated, but snatching second spot by a single leg gives him another bite at the cherry. Kim Huybrechts won two of his three games either side of a costly defeat to Stephen Bunting while the popular Dirk van Duijvenbode was pretty disappointing after his opening victory over Martin Schindler, losing to both Daniel Larsson and Kyle Anderson.
It seems a lot longer than four weeks ago when Gerwyn Price suffered a shock yet jovial 'exit' on day two of the PDC Home Tour, which is evidently being taken a lot more seriously now that online darts is becoming a staple diet for both players and fans alike.
Two-time Grand Slam of Darts champion Price managed one of those during a victory over Ted Evetts and also reached 97 against Rowby-John Rodriguez, but crashed out due to running into Luke Woodhouse, who averaged a tournament high against him that was boosted by a nine-dart finish.
It tends to take world class performances to beat Price at any venue and Woodhouse's display in his kitchen was certainly just that - but will any of tonight's rivals posses the same kind of heat to melt the Iceman?
The ultra competitive world number three will be taking this even more seriously than the first time, where he was getting used to a newly constructed practice area in his own home, and will certainly have his eyes on the prize next month now that the PDC have organised a final structure to this inaugural tournament.
NHS hero Keegan Brown is back again for the third time after his first was blighted by internet problems before finishing runner-up in Group 25 to the brilliant Jose de Sousa but I'd say Price's closest rival will be Joe Cullen.
The Rockstar averaged in the 90s in his two wins either side of a costly defeat to Jermaine Wattimena in which he was pipped despite posting a slightly higher One obvious feature that makes online darts different from traditional tournaments is that no two boards and their set-ups are the same.
However, there's one particular setting that's been seen more than any other during the PDC Home Tour and its yet to celebrate a night of success.
The home of Peter Wright. Not only did Snakebite suffer a shock 'exit' on opening night just over four weeks ago, averaging just 84 across his three games in the process, but his temporary lodger Dimitri van den Bergh managed just two victories from his six matches over two appearances there.
I'd assumed the pair would be putting in some world-class practice sessions together during lockdown, but it seems the world champion has been spending more time building a 42 foot by 20 foot polytunnel in the garden.
The PDC Home Tour is a darts tournament run by the Professional Darts Corporation that is open to any player with a tour card and will see players competing from their own homes, in a similar style to the video above.
From Friday, April 17th there will be a whopping 32 nights of darts action as players compete in a league competition at first before qualifying for knockout rounds.
Jonny Clayton. Adam Hunt. David Pallett. Richard North. Adam Hunt David Pallett Richard North Jonny Clayton Martijn Kleermaker.
Michael Smith. Matt Clark. Harry Ward. Martijn Kleermaker Harry Ward Matt Clark Michael Smith Steve Brown. Ryan Joyce.
Simon Stevenson. Steve Brown Simon Stevenson Ryan Joyce Nathan Aspinall Alan Tabern. Mike van Duivenbode. Kirk Shepherd. Simon Whitlock.
Mike van Duivenbode Alan Tabern Kirk Shepherd Simon Whitlock Max Hopp. Mike De Decker. Conan Whitehead. Mike De Decker Conan Whitehead Max Hopp Carl Wilkinson.
Callan Rydz. Callan Rydz Carl WilkinsonThe Home Tour 3 is the third tournament of the Home Tour Series organised by the Professional Darts Corporation for players to play indoor tournaments at their homes during the COVID pandemic.. It began on 26 October and will conclude on 11 December 42 various players will compete during the Home Tour 3 tournament, including Home Tour 2 winner Luke Humphries, Top players Organisation(s): PDC. The PDC Home Tour. The PDC Home Tour is a darts tournament run by the Professional Darts Corporation that is open to any player with a tour card and will . 8/18/ · Two darts players suspended over match-fixing claims during Home Tour event Wessel Nijman and Kyle McKinstry have been charged with match-fixing during events in April and May - .