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2006 World Series of Darts (Times EST)
1st Program - Tuesday 18 July, 7pm
2nd Program - Tuesday 25 July, 7pm
3rd Program  - Tuesday 1 August, 7pm
4th Program  - Tuesday 8 August, 7pm
5th Program  - Tuesday 15 August, 7pm
6th Program  - Tuesday 22 August, 7pm
7th Program  - Tuesday 29 August, 7pm
8th Program  - Tuesday 5 September, 7pm


 

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Philly HAD a qualifier!

Results...


Finals Location
Mohegan Sun (Map)
1 Mohegan Sun Blvd
Uncasville, CT 06382
1.888.777.7922
7:00 PM


http://www.mohegansun.com/
1.888.226.7711

Mohegan Sun Hotel Casino & Entertainment  (Map)
1 Mohegan Sun Blvd
Uncasville, CT 06382
 

Directions from Philly Airport

Hotels in the area

 

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Locations & Rules

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1023 entries to date


Google Maps of all Qualifiers


Google Maps of all Qualifiers
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February  2006

February 4, 2006

  Virginia Beach, VA    

Start Time:

  1:00 PM   Local Coordinator:
Chris Bender
757.671.1290
757.438.2599

email

144 entries

Location:

VA details
 Isen Veljic
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  Quality Inn Lake Wright (map)
6280 North Hampton Blvd. Norfolk, VA  23502
757.461.6251
 
         

February 5, 2006

  Atlanta, GA    

Start Time:

  1:00 PM   Local Coordinator:
Jim Boan
800.747.2631
email

72 entries

Location:

GA details
Roger Carter
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Mazzy’s II (map)
2217 Rosewell Road
Marietta, GA 30062
678.213.1688

 
         

February 11, 2006

  New Jersey    

Start Time:

  12:00 PM (noon)   Local Coordinator:
LB Darts
631.581.1420
631.581.9888 Viking Pub

email

115 entries

Location:

NJ details
Jimmy Widmayer

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  Prime Hotel & Suites (map)
690 Route 46 East
Fairfield, NJ  07004
973.227.9200
Updated 01/12/06:
* Start time previously scheduled for 11:00 AM
 
         

March 2006

March 4, 2006

  Philadelphia, PA    

Start Time:

  2:00 PM   Local Coordinator:
Mike Broderick
215.937.6748
email

147 entries
Shooters Map

Location:

PA details
 Jim Watkins

  Joker’s Bar & Grill (map)
7312 Castor Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19152
215.725.6202
 
         

March 5, 2006

  Chicago, IL    

Start Time:

  1:00 PM   Local Coordinator:
Jim Askham
773.283.0401
email

197 entries

Location:

IL details
Dave DePriest

  Purple Hotel (map)
4500 W. Touhy Avenue
Lincolnwood, IL  60712
847.677.1234
 
   

 

   

March 11, 2006

  Washington, DC    

Start Time:

  12:00 PM (Noon)   Local Coordinator:
Darren Parzow
703.858.2983
202.276.3548 cell

email

147 entries

Location:

VA
Joseph Chaney

  Mighty Mike’s (map)
22330 Sterling Blvd.
Sterling, VA 20164
703.421.8920
 
         

March 12, 2006

  Las Vegas, NV    

Start Time:

  12:00 PM (Noon)   Local Coordinator:
Pat Carrigan
702.454.2845
702.349.0048 cell
702.318.4242 work

email

59 entries

Location:

NV
Johnny Kuczynski

  Orleans Hotel & Casino (map)
4500 W Tropicana Avenue
Las Vegas, NV  89103
702.365.7111 or 800.675.3267
 
         

March 18, 2006

  Windsor Locks, CT    

Start Time:

  1:00 PM   Local Coordinator:
Steve Wehrle
860.227.0323
email

257 entries

Location:

CT
Tim Grossman

  Double Tree Hotel (map)
16 Ella Grasso Turnpike
Windsor Locks, CT  06096
860.627.5171/800.222.TREE
 
         

March 19, 2006

  Houston, TX    

Start Time:

  11:00 AM   Local Coordinator:
Dennis Aitken
281.804.7827
Janice Mansfield
281.513.7709
email

Location:

TX

  Mr. B’s Billiards &
Sports Bar
(map)
803 S Mason Road
Katy, TX 77449
281.398.2424

Updated 01/12/06:
* Start time previously scheduled for 1:00 PM
 
         
April 2006

April 1, 2006

  Marlboro, MA    

Start Time:

  12:00 PM (Noon)   Local Coordinator:
Thomas Sammarco
781.444.9500 Ext: 205
508.376.2640 Work 2
508.376.1053 home
email or

email

Location:

MA

  Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites (map)
265 Lakeside Avenue
Marlboro, MA 01752
508.481.3000
 
         

April 2, 2006

  Ronkonkoma, NY    

Start Time:

  12:00 PM (Noon)   Local Coordinator:
LB Darts
631.581.1420
631.581.9888 Viking Pub
email

Location:

NY

  Holiday Inn Airport (map)
(Islip – MacArthur)
3845 Veterans Memorial Hwy
Lake Ronkonkoma, NY  11779
631.585.9500
 
         

April 22, 2006

  Boston, MA    

Start Time:

  12:00 PM (Noon)   Local Coordinator:
Thomas Sammarco
781.444.9500 Ext: 205
508.376.2640 Work 2
508.376.1053 home

email

Location:

MA

  Good Times Emporium (map)
30 Assembly Square Drive
Somerville, MA 02145
617.628.5559
 
 
         
 
Mohegan Sun - A World At Play
May 2006 - Friday Night Madness                      

May 19, 2006

  Uncasville, CT    

Start Time:

  7:00 PM   PDC Tournament Director
Tommy Cox
US Coordinator/Registrar
Bull’s-Eye Marketing
800.688.3278 Toll-Free
614.864.3039 Local.

email

Location:

CT

  Mohegan Sun (Map)
1 Mohegan Sun Blvd
Uncasville, CT 06382
1.888.777.7922
 
 

Source: Bulls-Eyes News http://www.bullseyenews.com/wsod/index.html

 

 

1. Proof of US Citizenship
All participants must be US citizens and 21 years of age or older. Proof of US citizenship must be presented by the persons who qualify within 7 days of qualifying. Acceptable forms of identification proving US citizenship are as follows:
 
  • Notarized Original US Birth Certificate
  • Valid US Passport
  • US Certificate of Naturalization.
 
Only one of these documents is required. However, these are the ONLY documents that will be accepted as valid proof of citizenship to participate in this event. (Drivers Licenses, Social Security Cards and other similar forms of identification DO NOT qualify as proof of citizenship, and will NOT be considered valid.)

2. Eligibility & Fees
Entry into each of the 12 regional qualifier events is open to all players and is completely free. (No entry fee required.) However, players may only participate in up to a maximum of three (3) different qualifier events, plus the Friday Night Madness event, for a total of four (4) opportunities to qualify. (See item 10 below for special information regarding the “Friday Night Madness” event requirements and entry fees.)

3. Dress Code
The PDC Dress Code will be in effect for all qualifiers. There will be strict dress restrictions for all players and any player who does not conform to what is required will first be asked to change their attire, and then eliminated should they refuse to do so. No male participants will be allowed to play in a qualifier should they not be wearing long trousers, sleeved and collared shirts and their attire must not bear any offensive caricatures or words. Any form of shorts are unacceptable. All female participants similarly must wear nothing which may be deemed offensive, and may not wear shorts of any kind

4. Player Conduct
Smoking and Drinking is NOT permitted during any matches by players at any qualifier event.

5. Qualifier Event Format
The format for all qualifier event play is best of seven legs of 501 in a  knockout, single-elimination bracket.  One toss of a coin will determine who throws first in legs one, three and five and should the game be tied at 3 legs each, then the players shall throw for the bull to decide who will throw first in the seventh and deciding leg.

6. BEN Pro Ranking - Top Seeds
The four (4) highest ranked players present, according to the current BEN Pro Rankings, will be seeded into the bracket at each qualifier.

7. Prize money
1st Place:
Entry into the World Series of Darts main event
 $2,000 minimum for Top 32 finishers.
 No travel or accommodation expenses are included.
2nd: $200
3rd – 4th: $100
5th – 8th: $50
9th – 16th: $25
Total: $800 per event or $9,600 total  (12 x $800)

8. Perfect Game Rewards
There are NO additional bonuses or rewards for hitting a perfect 9-dart game either in the qualifiers or the main event.

9. Onsite Event Registration
All 12 qualified players must register for the World Series of Darts at the Mohegan Sun Hotel and Casinos at the Friday Night Midnight Madness prior to 9:00 PM to verify that they are participating.  Any of the previously qualified players not registering prior to 9:00 PM Friday night , May 19, 2006, will be summarily disqualified from the World Series of Darts event and a replacement player will be qualified through the Friday Night Madness event. All disqualified players will forfeit any prize money or expected compensation.

10. Friday Night Madness
Location: Mohegan Sun Casino Resort
Time/Date: 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM • Friday, May 19, 2006
Onsite Registration: $50 Entry Fee
Online Pre-Registration: $40 Entry Fee
Pre-Registration Deadline 8:00 PM EST, May 15, 2006
Event Format - Stage One: Competition is based on the lowest number of darts required to score down from 501, straight start, double finish.
Event Format - Stage Two: After 10pm the top 16 players, as determined in Stage One play, plus all ties, will go into a straight knockout bracket, no seeds, and will play best of 7 legs. From this final bracket, four players will go through to the fill the final four (4) positions of the main event.

Entry into the Friday Night Madness event is open to any player who is a US citizen and is 21 years of age or older, including those that may have already played in a another regional qualifier.

All players who wish to participate in the Friday Night Madness event must provide positive proof of their US citizenship (as described above). Players who cannot provide valid proof of US citizenship that evening, whether registering onsite or previously online, will NOT be permitted compete. No exceptions. No refunds.

The Friday Night Madness event entry fee also includes admission to the main event closed circuit lounge during both days of main event play.
  

Source: Bulls-Eye News: http://www.bullseyenews.com/news2506-07.html


New York Times Website

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Published: October 23, 2005
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PDC Website

http://www.planetdarts.tv/

THE biggest prize in darts history will be on offer at the World Series of Darts, a major new PDC tournament to be staged in Connecticut, USA, in May 2006.

The World Series of Darts will give an American player the opportunity to take home a $1 million first prize should they be victorious in the 32-man knockout event.

Continued here

 

 

Dartoid's World Articles

The World Series of Darts is ON!
# 197  10/24/2005

Hurricane Wilma is banging her way through Florida as I write this and if you read some sort of sexual innuendo into that you're probably just a beer-swilling darts player.

Which is GOOD NEWS…

… because the rumors are TRUE

Continued here
 

 

MORE on the World Series of Darts!
# 198  10/25/2005

 

There's SO much going on in the world of darts right now that a fan has to have arachnid eyes to keep up with it all.  I'll bet you didn't know that many spiders have eight eyes.  I'll bet you don't give a rat's ass either.

 

Last week, Raymond van Barneveld won the World Masters.  Yesterday, John Part was dumped in the first round of the Sky Bet World Grand Prix while, hours later, Dennis Priestley produced some of that "old time magic" to send Roland Scholten packing.

 

Continued here

 

Still MORE on the World Series of Darts!
# 199  10/26/2005

 

The New York Times has come under intense criticism recently.  Following the outing of CIA operative Valerie Plame debacle, the newspaper has been forced to editorialize, over and over again, its defense of reporter Judith Miller (a nice lady with bad hair who spent 85 days in the clink) for "protecting confidential sources," while to many observers she and the Times were merely pawns in the Bush administration's evil effort to lead America into the war in Iraq.

 

Time will tell, I suppose.  But if it's not about darts who really cares…

 

 Continued here

 

The World Series of Darts -- DETAILS!
# 201  11/11/2005

 

 

When we last left our discussion of the World Series of Darts the line between rumor and fact was about the width of the wire separating the little bitty triple twenty from the big fat triple one.  Which reminds me: WHY exactly IS the triple one bigger than the triple twenty?  This is wrong and should be changed!

 

But now, the wire is as thick as New Jersey’s Howie Dirk’s belly was before he got married and started doing crunches to become the slimmed down Adonis of a man he is today.  He’d look wonderful on bar television screens across America, if only he could throw a dart.

 

Here are the FACTS as they stand on November 11, 2005. 


Continued here

 



 

Bulls Eye News Website 

http://www.bullseyenews.com/news2506-02.html
 
Important Editors Note:
It’s official! Bull’s-Eye Marketing Incorporated, the parent company of Bull’s-Eye News Magazine, has been officially appointed by the PDC as the North American Coordinator for this landmark, televised darts event! Suffice it to say, Bull’s-Eye News magazine and —in particular— this Web site (BullsEyeNews.com) will soon become your official source for breaking news and information pertaining to the World Series of Darts event and, most importantly, for the qualifying regional tournaments now being planned and scheduled here in the United States.

Stay tuned... There is much more to come!

 

 

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