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Joey ten Berge

Joey ten Berge (born 18 October 1985 in The Hague) is a Dutch darts player who plays in British Darts Organisation events.

ten Berge won the 2001 WDF Europe Youth Cup beating Sweden's Markus Korhonen in the final. Six years later, he captured his first professional title by capturing the 2007 Austrian Open, defeating Hungary's Nándor Bezzeg in the final. He followed up by winning the Open Oost Nederland a month later. He fell two games short of qualifying for the 2008 BDO World Darts Championship, losing to American Steve Brown and also fell two rounds short of making the televised stages of the 2007 Winmau World Masters, losing to Paul Gibbs.

ten Berge won the 2008 Swiss Open, beating fellow Dutchman Edwin Max in the semi finals and then beat England's Dave Prins in the final. He then reached the final of the Welsh Classic, losing to Scottish Open champion Garry Thompson.

He reached the televised stages of the 2008 World Masters, where he again beat Max to reach the quarter finals, losing to Norway's Robert Wagner who won six straight legs for a 3–0 win in sets.

ten Berge was unseeded for the 2012 BDO World Darts Championship, and was drawn to play third seed and the previous year's runner-up Dean Winstanley in the first round. Winstanley won the match 3-1.

References
1. "Joey ten Berge & Roxanne Heerings in het huwelijksbootje gestapt". Dartskrant.nl. 2011-05-23.

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