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Jacques Nieuwlaat 2016

Welcome to the homepage of Jacques Nieuwlaat, commentator on all darts events broadcasted on Dutch television and international mastercaller. On this site you’ll find the most comprehensive set of results for both PDC, BDO and WDF tournaments.

Besides results you’ll also find loads of additional information on nine-darters, loads of extra stats and of course the most complete information on the voices of darts; the referees and masters of ceremony who feature on the worlds stages.

Enjoy taking a look at the website. Any comments and feedback would be most welcome.

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From: Saturday 11 November 2017
Till: Sunday 19 November 2017
Professional Darts Corporation

Grand Slam of Darts 2017

Civic Hall, Wolverhampton

The Grand Slam of Darts 2017 will be held from November 11 till 19 at the Civic Hall in Wolverhampton. The first round will be played over four days in groups, from round two onwards the format is knockout.Michael van Gerwen will be defending his title in Wolverhampton.

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Prize money
  1. £110,000
  2. £55,000
  3. £28,500
  4. Total: £450,000

Last TV Tournament

From: Friday 3 November 2017
Till: Sunday 5 November 2017
Professional Darts Corporation

World Series Finals 2017

Braehead Arena, Glasgow

From 3 to 5 November, the third edition of the World Series Finals was held at the Braehead Arena in Glasgow. Michael van Gerwen would win the tournament for a third consecutive time, this year Gary Anderson was his victim in the final. Van Gerwen beat Max Hopp, Rob Cross and Daryl Gurney on his way to the final. The Dutchman did not really get into any problems and his matches comfortably. Gary Anderson reached a television final in 2017 for the sixth time, by beating Chris Dobey, Gerwyn Price and James Wade. In the final, Van Gerwen quickly took a 4-1 lead and he never gave that lead away. He ran out to 10-4 before Anderson won two more l...

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Prize money:
  1. £50,000
  2. £25,000
  3. £16,500
  4. Total: £250,000