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John Scott was born on 17 February, 1981 in Harrow, United Kingdom, is an English darts player. Discover John Scott's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 39 years old?
|Age||39 years old|
|Born||17 February 1981|
|Birthplace||Harrow, United Kingdom|
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John Scott Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Player|
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2019 saw John claim his first BDO ranking title, winning the Estonia Open in Tallinn. He followed it up the very next day with a win of the Estonia Masters. He followed this with qualification for the 2019 BDO World Trophy, defeating Ted Hankey in the qualifiers before losing 3-5 to Wayne Warren in the main event last 32.
In June 2019, Scott moved into a career high position of number 2 in the World Darts Federation rankings.
After some good early form in 2018, including reaching the semi finals of the Romanian Classic, he broke into the top 100 in the World Rankings, and also qualified for the 2018 UK Open, winning the amateur qualifying event in London Victoria once again. At the finals in Minehead, Scott registered his first major tournament victory, defeating Darren Johnson 6-4, before he lost to Jason Lowe in the last 96.
In 2017, Scott made a return to the darts circuit, this time taking part in a handful of BDO tournaments, but the year ended with defeat in the last 32 of the 2018 BDO World Darts Championship qualifying event in Bridlington.
Despite not attending the PDC Q-School in January 2016, Scott took part in the amateur Riley's qualifying events for the 2016 UK Open, where he won through from the London Victoria venue to make the finals in Minehead. He drew Dean Winstanley in the first round, and was narrowly defeated 6–5.
In 2015, Scott was once again unsuccessful in regaining his Tour Card status at Q-School, but managed to qualify once again for the German Darts Championship, defeating Matt Padgett, Kevin Painter and Mark Walsh in the qualifying event, but losing first round to Maik Langendorf in the main event. He played in all 16 Challenge Tour events this year, reaching the last 16 once.
His tour card status expired at the beginning of 2014 and he was unsuccessful at Q School as he couldn't advance beyond the last 64 on any of the four days. Scott played in 14 of the 16 Challenge Tour events throughout the year with a solitary last 16 run being his best result.
In 2013, Scott once again qualified for the 2013 UK Open at the Reebok Stadium in Bolton, making his televised debut in a 5–2 defeat to James Hubbard. Soon after, Scott qualified for the German Darts Championship, defeating Adrian Gray and Lee Palfreyman in the qualifying event. He lost 6–5 to Arron Monk in the first round.
Scott made his major debut at the 2012 UK Open at the Reebok Stadium in Bolton. He lost out 4–2 to Brian Woods in the preliminary round. He qualified via the UK Open Order of Merit in tied 96th place with a total of £600 - winning £200 in three of the eight qualifying events. Scott also qualified for the Austrian Darts Open by defeating Mark Hylton in the qualifying event. He lost 6–5 in the first round of the main event to Denis Ovens.
John is an Arsenal fan and has had a season ticket since 1995.
John Scott (born 17 February 1981 in Harrow, London) is an English darts player currently playing in British Darts Organisation events. His nickname is Gnasher.