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Mike de Decker is third Belgian with a PDC tour card

Mike de Decker has won a PDC tour card. Therefore he will join his fellow-Belgian Kim Huybrechts and Dimitri van den Bergh on the PDC Pro Tour. The Real Deal, who have had a PDC tour card already in 2016 and 2017, will thus make his comeback at the PDC Pro Tour. Mike had beaten the Hungarians Gergely Lakatos and Pal Szekely before beating the Dutchmen Leo Hendriks, Wouter Vaes, Martijn Kleermaker, Kevin Doets and Justin van Tergouw on his way to the final. In the final he won 5-3 against Dennis Nilsson from Sweden.

While yesterday Croatia was the surprising country in my opinion this honour was today for Sweden. Of course, as was already obvious in my previews on here, there are several good players from Sweden. Dennis Nilsson, as mentioned above, thus made it to the final, while Daniel Larsson reached the quarter finals. I myself expect also Andreas Harrysson might do some harm in the next two days despite not reaching the last 128 once in the first two days.

Results of European Q-School day 2 from last 16 onwards

Laatste 16
Kevin Doets – Thibault Tricole 5-4
Mike de Decker – Martijn Kleermaker 5-3
Daniel Larsson – Danny van Trijp 5-3
Justin van Tergouw – Ronny Huybrechts 5-4
Jeffrey van Egdom – Rene Berndt 5-1
Dennis Nilsson – Karel Sedlacek 5-1
Krzysztof Kciuk – Michael Unterbuchner 5-1
Ondrej Kysilka – Dirk van Duijvenbode 5-2

Kwartfinale
Mike de Decker – Kevin Doets 5-3
Justin van Tergouw – Daniel Larsson 5-2 
Dennis Nilsson – Jeffrey van Egdom 5-2 
Krzysztof Kciuk – Ondrej Kysilka 5-4

Halve finale
Mike de Decker – Justin van Tergouw 5-3
Dennis Nilsson – Krzysztof Kciuk 5-2

Finale
Mike de Decker – Dennis Nilsson 5-3

European Q-School Order of Merit
The current European Q-School Order of Merit shows there is a lot of quality throughout Europe. The seven highest ranked players on the European Q-School Order of Merit will also earn a PDC tour card. At this moment Martijn Kleermaker is the top seed with Karel Sedlacek from the Czech Republic, French Thibault Tricole, Croatian Boris Krcmar and Dennis Nilsson from Sweden also in the virtual spots. Polish Krzysztof Kciuk, Croatian Zdravko Antunovic and Ondrej Kysilka are just missing out at the moment.

RankPlayer NamePoints
1Martijn Kleermaker11
2Karel Sedlacek9
3Thibault Tricole8
4Boris Krcmar8
5Dennis Nilsson7
6Justin van Tergouw7
7Kevin Doets7
8Daniel Larsson7
9Jeffrey De Graaf7
10Derk Telnekes7
11Franz Roetzsch7
12Krzysztof Kciuk6
13Ondrej Kysilka6
14Dirk van Duijvenbode6
15Zdravko Antunovic6
16Kevin Munch6
17Wesley Harms6
18Wesley Plaisier6
19Brian Raman6

Highest ranked player per country
On alphabetical order of country

Albania: Arsen Ballaj (73th 3 points)
Austria: Rusty-Jake Rodriguez (21st 5 points)
Belgium: Brian Raman (19th 6 points)
Croatia: Boris Krcmar (4th 8 points)
Czech Republic: Karel Sedlacek (2nd 9 points)
Denmark: Ivan Springborg Poulsen (44th 4 points)
France: Thibault Tricole (3rd 8 points)
Germany: Franz Roetzsch (11th 7 points points)
Greece: Konstantinos Samaras (144th 1 point)
Hungary: Szabolcs Nemeth (53rd 3 points)
Iceland: Matthias Fridriksson (122nd 1 point)
Italy: Paolo Truttalli (63rd 3 points)
Netherlands: Martijn Kleermaker (1st 11 points)
Poland: Krzysztof Kciuk (17th 6 points)
Portugal: Jose Marques (31st 4 points)
Romania: Gabriel Pascaru (40th 4 points)
Russia: Boris Koltsov (69th 3 points)
Serbia: Sead Nicevic (167th 1 point)
Slovakia: Frantisek Mika (97th 2 points)
Slovenia: Benjamin Pratnemer (100th 2 points)
Spain: Jose Justicia (33rd 4 points)
Sweden: Daniel Larsson (8th 7 points)
Switzerland: Stefan Bellmont (54th 3 points)

With highest ranked players first

Netherlands: Martijn Kleermaker (1st 11 points)
Czech Republic: Karel Sedlacek (2nd 9 points)
France: Thibault Tricole (3rd 8 points)
Croatia: Boris Krcmar (4th 8 points)
Sweden: Daniel Larsson (8th 7 points)
Germany: Franz Roetzsch (11th 7 points)
Poland: Krzysztof Kciuk (12th 6 points)
Belgium: Brian Raman (19th 6 points)
Austria: Rusty-Jake Rodriguez (21st 5 points)
Portugal: Jose Marques (31st 4 points)
Spain: Jose Justicia (33rd 4 points)
Romania: Gabriel Pascaru (40th 4 points)
Denmark: Ivan Springborg Poulsen (44th 4 points)
Hungary: Szabolcs Nemeth (53rd 3 points)
Switzerland: Stefan Bellmont (54th 3 points)
Italy: Paolo Truttalli (63rd 3 points)
Russia: Boris Koltsov (69th 3 points)
Albania: Arsen Ballaj (73th 3 points)
Slovakia: Frantisek Mika (97th 2 points)
Slovenia: Benjamin Pratnemer (100th 2 points)
Iceland: Matthias Fridriksson (122nd 1 point)
Greece: Konstantinos Samaras (144th 1 point)
Serbia: Sead Nicevic (167th 1 point)

Door dartfreakjacco

I'm a huge dartsfan and started dartfreakjacco.com, because in my opinion darts media are focusing to much on the highlights and well known players and countries of the darting world. Therefore I want to pay more attention to the dart players and countries throughout Europe.

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