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Oshkosh Tour Of Tournaments

April 16, 2016

2015-16 24th Annual Oshkosh Saturday Dart Tour of Tournaments - 28 dart tournaments, and you don't need to play in league to shoot! This is open to the public.

Sign up 12:30 - 1:30 pm, Chicago style, Luck of the Draw, and the entry fee is $7.00 per person. Absolutely no “call-ins” Each person signs themselves up in person.


09-12-15 St Thomas 693 N Main St  235-2077

09-19-15 Uncle Don’s  709 Otter Ave  230-2464

09-26-15 Magnet  519 N Main St  235-4880

10-03-15 Screwballs  216 N Main St 651-1515

10-17-15 10 Pin Tap  1309 Oregon St  230-2334

10-24-15 Captain Jack’s  2116 Jackson St 235-9907

11-07-15 Terry’s  688 N Main St  235-8280

11-14-15 Woodchuck’s  351 Rosalia  230-6746

11-21-15 The Strip  2090 W 9th Ave  235-2966

11-28-15 Revs Bowl (Oshkosh Lanes) 426-5445

12-05-15 TNT Tap  359 W 17th  235-9771

12-12-15 Daisy’s  686 N Main St  230-2544

12-19-15 Acee Deucee  1329 Oregon St  235-1390

01-02-16 Ginger Snap  2314 Harrison St  426-8880

01-09-16 Varsity Club  570 N Main St  651-0806

01-16-16 Park Ave  358 W South Park   233-7275

01-23-16 Houge’s  51 W 7th Ave  231-5518

01-30-16 The Strip 2090 W 9th Ave  235-2966

**02-06-16 Evil Roy Slades 110 W 7th Ave 426-2616

02-13-16 Andy’s Pub  527 W 9th Ave  303-0181

**02-20-16 Electric Lounge 402 E Parkway 230-3707

03-05-16 B&E Lounge  1022 Oregon St  231-1799

03-12-16 Legends  600 N Main St  232-0440

03-19-16 Woodchuck’s  351 Rosalia  230-6746

03-26-16 Lucky Penny  1029 S Main St  230-7277

04-02-16 Kelly’s  219 Wisconsin St  233-1510

04-09-16 Screwballs  216 N Main St  651-1515

04-16-16 Mabel Murphy’s  701 N Main St  231-7735

***04-23-16 Ohio Street Station 815 Ohio St 233-0730

2016 TOURNAMENT FINALE is at Varsity Club on April 30 with $500 added!

Varsity Club 570 N Main St 920-651-0806

Sign up 12 -1 p.m. -  3 tournaments - $10 entry fee each. To shoot in the Qualifier, you must have shot in 6 or more of these tournaments. For the Non-Qualifier, you only need to have shot in at least 1 tournament. Luck of the Draw to follow the first two tournaments.

**Location changed for these dates

***Date added

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End Zone's Saturday night LOD Points Tournament

April 23, 2016

The 2015-2016 End Zone Saturday Night Points Dart Tournament in Fond du Lac - a Chicago Style luck of the draw tournament with 301, 501, and Cricket.  The cost to shoot is $10 per player and The End Zone add $150 PLUS $5 a shooter!

Sign up 6:45pm-7:30pm, start shooting shortly thereafter.

50% will be paid out weekly; 50% goes to the End of the Year Qualifiers Tournament.

Check with the End Zone for dates!

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Corbin's Friday Night Singles Cricket Series

April 29, 2016

At Corbin's and run by Bulldog Darting - best 2 out of 3 elimination, $15 per week, starts at 8pm sharp. Corbin's Friday Night Singles Cricket Series.

Bar will add money based on participation - 10 or less shooters add $20, 11-19 shooters add $50, 20+ shooters and the bar will add $100.

You earn 5 points for shooting each week and additional points based on how far you go in the tournament. Bonus points if you get in the money. Be in the Top 16 in points and have 6 weeks shot, and you can play in the finals tournament that will be a triple elimination tournament. There will be 20 events to try and get qualified, starting in September and ending in April. Finale is in May.

Sept 11

Sept 18

Oct 9

Oct 16

Oct 23

Nov 13

Nov 20

Dec 4

Dec 11

Dec 18

Jan 8

Jan 15

Jan 22

Feb 5

Feb 12

March 4

March 11

March 18

April 8

April 15


Corbin's - 512 Madison Ave, Howards Grove, WI 53083


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CC's 6th Annual Mixed Doubles Tournament

April 30, 2016

Come warm up for state darts at CC's in Wayne! Mixed Doubles Dart Tournament.

6-645 sign up
7PM start
301 Open in Open out
Best 2 out of 3
$20 team entry
100 % payout

Come for the darts and stay or the fun! There are $1 beer and $3 drink specials. The night always ends up being a great time for all!

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Big Mike's Dart Tournament

April 30, 2016

Dart Tournament and Brat Fry on Saturday, April 30 at 11 AM at Big Mike's Sports Bar and Grill in Sheboygan. Sign in at noon, starts at 1pm.  Doubles 301 - Doubles Cricket - Luck of the Draw. All will be double elimination. Food - Raffles - Dj Starting at 6pm. $10 per person per event.

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Somewhere Dart Tournament

April 30, 2016

LOD Chicago style dart tournament
Bar opens at noon
Sign up 12:30-1
1pm start time
$10 per person bar adding $5 per person
Buckets of domestic beer 4 for $6

Join us for a good afternoon of darts and fun!

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Sheboygan End Of League Dart Party

May 1, 2016

The Sheboygan-Lakeshore Leagues will have our End Of League Party on Sunday, May 1st at the Emil Mazey Hall at 11:30am. We will present cash envelopes and awards first, then the tournament to follow around 1pm/2pm-ish. Drinks and snacks/appetizers start at 11:30am. Cash league payouts will not be available until after 11:30am.

Emil Mazey Hall

5425 Superior Ave,

Sheboygan, WI 53083

(920) 458-2173

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PPD TOC, Vouchers, Remote Leagues, etc.

May 1, 2016

We are proud to be a part of the Partners Promoting Darts and again have Vouchers for the TOC in 2016!

PPD is a group of operators that run a series of Tournaments and Remote leagues and the big Tournament of Champions that you may have heard about. The group is called Partners Promoting Darts (PPD), and they run the Pearl Vodka Lady Bligh Rum Lord Calvert Whiskey Leagues and Tournaments.

HOW TO EARN A VOUCHER - 7/15/2015-7/14/2016

To Qualify For A Voucher: The league operator (Midstate Amusements) certifies the player has participated in a minimum of 350 league games by 11:59 PM July 14, 2016 in any combination of cricket and 01 where the league operator has retained statistics that can be shared with officials in which statistics demonstrate the player has achieved a minimum average Mark Per Round (MPR) or Point Per Dart (PPD).

     Men: 2.5 MPR or 25 PPD or higher                            Women: 1.65 MPR or 16.5 PPD or higher

Players earn points the following ways in a PPD year between July 15, 2015 and July 14, 2016:

The number of points per week will be the number of games played for all traditional traveling and remote leagues. For example, if your traditional league plays 8 games of 301 and 8 games of cricket, you’ll receive 16 points each week you play. If you play in a PPD remote doubles league with 15 games, you will receive 15 points.

Some leagues that we want to promote will earn 5 bonus points in addition to the base game points. For a qualifying league playing 8 & 8, you would earn 16 points plus 5 additional points, actually earning 21 points each week of league. These include:

Any official “Masters” League. This must be a true Masters League, not just a Division 1 league. Masters Leagues that qualify would be completely non-handicapped and must have all participating players master or double out.

Fond du Lac - Thursday team (or doubles if not enough interest).

Sheboygan - Co-Ed Alternate Fridays (this leagues plays every other Friday night, choice of Friday start date, and rotates throughout the whole league season. You actually play anywhere from 9-15 weeks, depending on the number of teams).

Oshkosh – Monday team

The Remote Leagues that Midstate Amusements run on Wednesday (4 person) and Thursday (doubles). These are remote leagues that we run here at Midstate and with a few other operators nearby, not through PPD, against teams from around Wisconsin. These two remote leagues are WAMO, NDA, and PPD sanctioned leagues.

In-house bar leagues (non-WAMO sanctioned and only plays at one or two locations) will also receive some points if run by us through the Arachnid software. They will receive ½ of the points a traditional traveling or remote league would receive. For example, if your in-house bar league plays 6 games of 301 and 2 games of cricket, that is 8 games, and you would receive 4 points for each week you play.

Leagues matches must be played between July 15, 2015 and July 14, 2016. Extreme Team Remote leagues run all the time, so if you need more points, that will be a great option. See the Darts TOC website for more details. League games played through another operator other than Midstate Amusements will not count towards your games or points here. You may qualify for a voucher with more than one operator, however, by meeting their requirements separately. Of course, that's over 700 games, but if you want an extra voucher, you are certainly welcome to do so!

More about the PPD and TOC:

For leagues, they run an amazing amount of remote leagues. These are known on their website as “Extreme Team.” Players go to the website and sign up for either 2, 3, or 4 person teams at the G3 Bullshooter location of their choice. Sign up for this under the 2015 tab under Extreme Team on their website. Then they choose their day of the week and time. This allows us to offer more league options on different nights and against different people! It's great for our G3s out in the middle of nowhere where there is no league, for players in cities looking for more competition, for small towns that only have leagues 1 day a week, for summer when we don't have too much going on, and for players who want to do just a doubles or 3-man league for a change, too. It just gives everyone more choices. Games and Length: 6 teams play 20 weeks (5 rounds), 7 or 8 teams play 21 weeks (3 rounds), 9 or 10 teams play 18 weeks (2 rounds). There are express leagues that shoot less and standard leagues at run a playoff series at the end. You play 501 freeze rule, Cricket, and 501 stacked. All Open In/Open Out. 4 person teams play 15 games each week - each person plays 9 games, last game is 701 stacked. Triples play 12 games. Doubles play 15 games. If there is a conflict with regular traveling leagues, you will be notified as soon as possible to choose a different day of the week, time, or location. Please be aware of the local traveling leagues when you sign up for an Extreme League so that there are no conflicts.

For tournaments, PPD runs a monthly Saturday tourney - their All-Star Series. Players can sign up on their website ahead of time for them, then go to the bar of their choice with a G3, and plug the board with the entry fees. PPD deposits their winnings through PayPal or mails them their winnings (along with some occasional prizes and swag from Pearl Vodka and other sponsors). To qualify to play in the monthly All-Star Series, you will need to play in one of the aforementioned PPD (through the website) remote leagues for 24 games.

Then there is the huge Tournament Of Champions. This was Pearl Vodka for 2014 and is now the Lord Calvert Whiskey Tournament Of Champions. 

The Tournament of Champions (or TOC) is the thing a lot of players have been talking about. The Operators (like Midstates) buy vouchers for their players to "earn" during the season (July 15th to July 14th) to go to the TOC in Kansas City in November that year. The eligibility period for the November 2016 TOC starts July 15, 2015.

All PPD remote games and league games played after July 15th will count towards the 350 game requirement to attend the tournament. All Extreme-Team remote league games count for TOC and All Star Series eligibility requirements for players of PPD member/vendors who own TOC vouchers. Midstate will have vouchers for 2016's TOC which 2016 TOC statistical year starts on July 15th all games after that date will begin to count for 2016's TOC eligibility. Meanwhile, all remote league games count for the 2015 All Star Series eligibility.

Vouchers – what are vouchers? Vouchers are how we are able to send 16 men and 8 women to the TOC in October of 2016. To be eligible to earn one of our vouchers, you will need to play 350 games in league. You are able to track your progress on the PDD website under the Pearl Vodka box, choose 2016 (or choose 2015 if want to see who will be going to the October 2015 TOC), and choose male or female. Now hitting 350 games just makes you eligible for a voucher. To actually win a voucher, you must have the most POINTS. You will need to be in the top 16 qualifying men or 8 qualifying women. The point system to show you how to earn a voucher is listed in detail on the DartsTOC website.


If you want more information, here is the new "official" (and only 2 minutes!) YouTube clip from PPD showing you how to sign up:

We’re excited to be a part of the PPD group and look forward to getting you in on these great events! The PPD website is and Facebook Group (which I encourage you to join!) is

If you have any questions about PPD, the TOC, or anything regarding these leagues or point system, please contact Emily at



TOC 2016 Oct. 15-19, 2016.

KEY things to know:

1) We’ve eliminated Tuesday evening Qualifiers altogether to enable 1, the Finale Drawings to occur between 4 pm – 6 pm. We want players to draw for themselves. This will allow for that and not hold things up on Finale day. 2, The Hard Luck drawings to occur between 6 pm and 8 pm. Doing the drawing on Tuesday evening will mean we can sort out who goes where (if we need to move men or women out of Hard Luck back to Finale) and this scenario will allow anyone who thinks they did not make the Finale to register for the Hard Lucks as the week goes along. Doing these drawings on Tuesday evening enables us to deal with other things like eliminating byes in the Finale and the issue of setting limits on the number of vouchers a single player can earn (see further below).

2) We have said for months we are taking 128 women to the Finale in 2016 – regardless of how far we have to go down into each Qualifier. We will do the same for men in 2016 too. Doing this will spread our prize money out to many more women and men because many more will make the Finale in 2016 and win at least $500 while having a chance to win $20,000. With the number of players we have now, the skills of all who make the Finale are good enough to be fair to all who draw. If, as the week goes along, we find that we still have byes to fill on Tuesday then we’ll go as far down in all Qualifiers in all timeslots, as it takes, to fill the Finales. For example, we can presume we’ll need, as many as, the top 9 or 10 women from each Qualifier in each timeslot to get to 128. We won’t know for sure until we see how many qualifiers we have at the end of registration (Oct. 1, 2016 - just like we did in 2015 for men). After we know exactly how many Qualifiers we have in each timeslot we will then determine the exact number of men and women we need from each Qualifier timeslot…

3) These things will impact the “multi-qualifier voucher” issue enough – that we feel we do not need to limit the number of vouchers any one player can earn. The multiple-Qualifier players won’t get the extra $600 prize check(s) for finishing top 8 in 2016. Players will still want to earn every Qualifier voucher they can get because they will want more chances at making the Finale. However, those multi-voucher players will only earn the posted Qualifier prize-money for each Qualifier position they win…. Multi-voucher players will not create byes in the Finale and they won’t block out some of the other lower-finishing Qualifier-players as in year’s past. This is enough to resolve the concerns about the multi-Qualifier players without us having to limit our vendors from giving their vouchers to whomever they desire among those who are eligible as found on each vendor’s TOC standings page.

a. For further example, if we have 14 Women’s Qualifiers as we did in 2015, we’d need the top 9 women from each (9 x 14=126) plus 2. As we did for the men in 2015, we’ll take the extra 2 in the earliest timeslot possible. Then, 9 women from each subsequent Qualifier in all the remaining timeslots. When repeat top 9 players begin to happen (multi-Qualifier entrants who finish in top 9), to ensure we do not go too far down the list in the earlier timeslots we will not go beyond the top 12 to get our 9 new players from each Qualifier and we’ll break any ties the same as we did for the men in 2015 too (by highest player rating of those tied). Then, if we begin to see any rollovers to the next timeslot before we get to Tuesday, or on Tuesday, either way, we will go back to the earlier timeslots to take whoever else we need from all timeslots prior the last - to ensure we get to 128 unique players (for both men and women) – all of whom will have finished in the same minimum Qualifier positions. Again, if we find we are short on Tuesday, we’ll go to the next positions in all Qualifier timeslots to get the number of players we need……for both men and women – to get to 128 in each Finale. Moving them back from Hard Luck if needed (presuming some may have registered for that during the previous days of TOC). Note: for the men we can estimate about the same number of Qualifiers as 2015 (24) This equated to top 5 plus – so we can still presume taking top 8 in any one timeslot but wait till Tuesday to see if too many repeaters caused a shortage (like happened this year) to then go back and take whatever next positions needed (top 9 or top 10 – whatever it takes) to get to 128 men for their Finale.

b. As a reminder, don’t forget, Currently we have 96 Pre-Qualifier vouchers shown on the All Star Rand List for remote PPD league players who are highest in All Star Rank list points. Pre-Qualifiers will be treated the same as in 2015. Extreme-Team remote league play and Pre-Qualifier competition is the only way to know you are in the TOC Finale before going to the TOC. We will advance the top 8 from each “Pre-Qualifier” bracket in August 2016. We will add more Pre-Qualifier vouchers to the All Star Rank List when/if the number of remote league players exceeds 2,000. This means we will have at least 2 male Qualifiers and 1 female Qualifier - sending 16 men and 8 women, at minimum, directly into the October Finale drawing from the August 2016 Pre-Qualifiers. If/when we exceed 2,000 players, in remote league play, we will double these Pre-Qualifier voucher opportunities. And don't forget the "Double your TOC Prize-money" opportunities for these remote players in 2016! The "Double TOC Prize-money" promotion made a HUGE difference in the 2015 Finales and it will in 2016 too.

4) We will have more men’s and women’s Qualifiers in morning timeslots as a result of eliminating Tuesday night’s timeslot – so we moved the Triples events to the mornings to balance the board inventories.

5) We have moved $32,000 from the Finales to the added money for the Hard Lucks – doubling from $8,000 each to $16,000 ADDED to each Hard Luck. Same top 3 prizes in each Finale $20,000, $10,000, $5,000, slightly less in 4th – 10th and $1,000 payout to the 11-64th place teams instead of $1,200. This helps spread our prize money out to more players while creating new, more attractive, top prizes in the Hard Lucks @ $5,000, $3,200, $2,400 and so on.

6) We will use 16-team brackets for the TOC Doubles and Triples instead of 32-team brackets.

a. We'll add $750 to each 16-team Doubles bracket and $1,125 to each Triples bracket….so, the net result is the same money added per team – per bracket as we did in the past.
b. This tightens up the skill range in each bracket, making for fairer competition in every bracket and twice as many winners.
c. 16-team brackets will add valuable time we can use to allow ADDING MORE CRICKET games in both formats (Doubles and Triples). Players love cricket and want more cricket. We will use the same formats for both Doubles and Triples as our monthly All Star format (for consistency).

7) We have added two additional flights to our Mixed Doubles Invitational (MDI) Winner Take All concept. We’ll keep the main MDI (Gold) $50,000 Winner Take All for 1st w/$5,000 for 2nd on Sunday morning - to provide a great streaming content opportunity and to ensure everyone is in the room on Sunday afternoon to see the culmination of this ground-breaking high-stakes competition. Then, we’ve added two new brackets (Silver @ $10,000/$1,000 and Bronze @ $5,000/$500) on Tuesday evening while we are drawing our Finale and Hard Lucks - to replace some of the Qualifier competition in that timeslot.

8) We have moved forfeit times to 10 am and 5 pm to enable a bit more rest in the mornings for everyone. We believe Compusport proved out well and enables us to move these times and not worry about getting out before midnight each night. Notwithstanding the adjustment to 16 team brackets in Doubles (in the evenings) and (Triples in the mornings), we believe those changes with more cricket, but just 16 teams per bracket will still fit within the 7 hour windows we have each day.

9) Women’s Doubles will be offered in each “Open” timeslot in 2016 (Sat. & Mon. @ 5:00 pm) . This is not shown on the flyer because it will be controlled by the tournament set-up page itself.

To Earn a Pre-Qualifier Voucher from the All Star Rankings, you have to be in one of the top 96 All Star Rank list point positions... 64 men and 32 for women.

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Fdl American Legion Tournament

May 6, 2016

The Grande Finale of the 2015-2016 Bob Schuchardt Insurance Agency Fdl American Legion Dart Tournament Series is coming up on May 6th.

Check back for more details each month about what this tournament is and all about the good this tournament and its raffles/etc. do to help Veteran's causes.

Sign up starts at 7 PM and ends at 7:30 PM. We'll get things rolling shortly after. $10 entry fee and bar adds $5/shooter.

"We could really use a strong turn out, so if you're not shooting league, please consider joining us for a great night of darts and help us put the FUN in fundraising!"

Here are the dates for the series:

Sept 18

Oct 9

Nov 13

Dec 4

Jan 15

Feb 5

March 11

April 15

May 6, 2016 - Championship Tournament

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Guido's Dart Tournament

May 7, 2016

Chicago style luck of the draw tournament $5 added per shooter, trips pot, drink specials! Sign in 12-1pm shooting at 1pm.

This year's Guido's dart tournament dates will be 9/12, 10/3 11/14 12/5 1/9 2/6 3/5 4/2 5/7. all tournaments will have $5 added per person, and If you make at least 4 tournament dates he is having a tournament on 5/21 as a final appreciation tournament, with free tap beer, soda and food, drinks special, and raffles

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Welcome to Midstate Amusement Games

Is your bar, restaurant, or business in need of amusement games to entertain your patrons? If so you've come to the right place! We are a family owned coin machine operator that provides a wide spectrum of gaming products and services to businesses in East Central Wisconsin including Oshkosh, Fond du Lac, West Bend, Ripon, Mayville, and Waupun. Our product line includes many of today's most popular entertainment products such as arcade games (Big Buck Hunter, Golden Tee, Silver Strike), pool tables, dart boards, bar top games, foosball tables, ATM's, and state of the art digital TouchTunes jukeboxes with smart phone apps.

In addition to our full line of entertainment gaming products we offer league management services for many games (Pool, Darts, Foosball, Golden Tee, Silver Strike, Big Buck Hunter) in our service area.

We're also your connection for rec room entertainment. Looking for that arcade game, dart board or pool table for you home? Look no further, we have a large stock of used equipment for sale at incredible prices including Valley dart machines starting at $700, Tornado Foosball tables starting at $600 and Valley Dynamo pool tables starting at just $900. If you love those old arcade games we have a variety of titles to choose from. To inquire about game availability, call at 920.921.5000 and ask for Joey or Bruce or shop our used games online.

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