2019 Danish Darts Open

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2019 Danish Darts Open
Tournament information
Dates14–16 June 2019
VenueBrøndbyhallen
LocationCopenhagen
Country Denmark
Organisation(s)PDC
FormatLegs
Prize fund£140,000
Winners share£25,000
High checkout161 England James Wade (Third round)
161 Wales Jonny Clayton (Semi-finals)
Champion(s)
England Dave Chisnall
«Event 7 Event 9»

The 2019 Danish Darts Open was the eighth of thirteen PDC European Tour events on the 2019 PDC Pro Tour. The tournament took place at Brøndbyhallen, Copenhagen, Denmark, from 14–16 June 2019. It featured a field of 48 players and £140,000 in prize money, with £25,000 going to the winner.

Mensur Suljović was the defending champion after defeating Simon Whitlock 8–3 in the final of the 2018 tournament, but he lost 6–5 to Dave Chisnall in the third round.

Chisnall would go on to win the event, his second European Tour title (and his first for 6 years), by defeating Chris Dobey 8–3 in the final.

Prize money[edit]

This is how the prize money is divided:[1]

Stage (num. of players) Prize money
Winner (1) £25,000
Runner-up (1) £10,000
Semi-finalists (2) £6,500
Quarter-finalists (4) £5,000
Third round losers (8) £3,000
Second round losers (16) £2,000*
First round losers (16) £1,000
Total £140,000
  • Seeded players who lose in the second round do not receive this prize money on any Orders of Merit.

Qualification and format[edit]

The top 16 entrants from the PDC ProTour Order of Merit on 7 May will automatically qualify for the event and will be seeded in the second round.

The remaining 32 places will go to players from six qualifying events – 18 from the UK Tour Card Holder Qualifier (held on 17 May), six from the European Tour Card Holder Qualifier (held on 17 May), two from the West & South European Associate Member Qualifier (held on 18 May), two from the Host Nation Qualifier (held on 13 June), two from the Nordic & Baltic Qualifier (excluding Danish players, held on 10 March), one from the East European Qualifier (held on 10 March), and one to the highest ranked PDCNB player on the PDC Order of Merit without a Tour Card.

From 2019, the Host Nation, Nordic & Baltic and East European Qualifiers will only be available to non-Tour Card holders. Any Tour Card holders from the applicable regions will have to play the main European Qualifier.

The following players will take part in the tournament:

Draw[edit]

  First round
14 June
(best of 11 legs)
Second round
15 June
(best of 11 legs)
Third round
16 June
(best of 11 legs)
Quarter-finals
16 June
(best of 11 legs)
Semi-finals
16 June
(best of 13 legs)
Final
16 June
(best of 15 legs)
                                                         
Finland Kim Viljanen 83.06 0     1 England Ian White 93.13 6  
Germany Martin Schindler 85.08 6     Germany Martin Schindler 94.65 5  
  1 England White 94.41 4  
  16 Netherlands Wattimena 97.15 6  
England Steve Beaton 94.96 4 16 Netherlands Jermaine Wattimena 90.38 6
England Michael Smith 100.02 6     England Michael Smith 95.24 4  
  16 Netherlands Wattimena 90.47 1  
  9 England Chisnall 95.07 6  
Germany Gabriel Clemens 95.16 6     8 Austria Mensur Suljović 90.71 6  
England Mervyn King 89.82 3     Germany Gabriel Clemens 89.26 5  
  8 Austria Suljović 97.23 5
  9 England Chisnall 98.59 6  
Poland Krzysztof Kciuk 89.32 3 9 England Dave Chisnall 98.90 6
Poland Krzysztof Ratajski 92.21 6     Poland Krzysztof Ratajski 96.80 2  
  9 England Chisnall 101.07 7  
  13 Wales Clayton 95.72 6  
Belgium Mike De Decker 90.03 2     5 England Adrian Lewis 85.76 6  
Australia Kyle Anderson 94.03 6     Australia Kyle Anderson 88.83 4  
  5 England Lewis 86.75 3
  12 Australia Whitlock 89.96 6  
England Mick Todd 88.86 3 12 Australia Simon Whitlock 92.24 6
England Nathan Aspinall 100.13 6     England Nathan Aspinall 93.47 4  
  12 Australia Whitlock 92.88 1
  13 Wales Clayton 97.07 6  
Sweden Dennis Nilsson 88.41 6     4 England James Wade 93.84 6  
Republic of Ireland Steve Lennon 81.00 0     Sweden Dennis Nilsson 89.87 3  
  4 England Wade 101.64 2
  13 Wales Clayton 101.95 6  
Denmark Per Laursen 85.43 6 13 Wales Jonny Clayton 97.71 6
England Reece Robinson 87.99 4     Denmark Per Laursen 89.38 5  
9 England Chisnall 98.92 8
England Dobey 85.55 3
Spain Jose Justicia 82.32 2     2 Northern Ireland Daryl Gurney 100.90 6  
England Ryan Joyce 88.81 6     England Ryan Joyce 91.24 1  
  2 Northern Ireland Gurney 97.31 2  
  Portugal de Sousa 100.63 6  
Portugal José de Sousa 96.84 6 15 England Darren Webster 93.78 5
England Scott Taylor 88.06 3     Portugal José de Sousa 93.61 6  
  Portugal de Sousa 94.54 5  
  England Dobey 99.43 6  
England Kirk Shepherd 83.93 6     7 England Rob Cross 95.03 4  
Netherlands Vincent van der Voort 83.58 5     England Kirk Shepherd 92.66 6  
  England Shepherd 92.04 2
  England Dobey 97.41 6  
England Steve West 87.29 3 10 England Ricky Evans 94.45 5
England Chris Dobey 88.98 6     England Chris Dobey 93.63 6  
  England Dobey 94.06 7
  3 Wales Price 99.08 4  
England Luke Woodhouse 90.74 3     6 Scotland Peter Wright 99.40 6  
Republic of Ireland William O'Connor 94.63 6     Republic of Ireland William O'Connor 84.98 2  
  6 Scotland Wright 93.64 4
  11 England Cullen 95.31 6  
England Glen Durrant 97.59 5 11 England Joe Cullen 91.34 6
Northern Ireland Kevin Burness 86.63 6     Northern Ireland Kevin Burness 74.38 1  
  11 England Cullen 93.60 1
  3 Wales Price 110.12 6  
Denmark Niels-Jørgen Hansen 75.44 4     3 Wales Gerwyn Price 100.42 6  
England Ryan Harrington 80.39 6     England Ryan Harrington 97.73 4  
  3 Wales Price 99.43 6
  14 England Bunting 87.89 2  
New Zealand Cody Harris 80.63 6 14 England Stephen Bunting 88.87 6
Finland Teuvo Haverinen 60.77 1     New Zealand Cody Harris 92.63 4  

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allen, Dave. "Prize Money Soars Above £14m In 2019". PDC. Retrieved 15 January 2019.