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|Full name||Peter Dyos|
|Born||12 April 1980|
Little Stukeley, Cambridgeshire, England
|Home town||Little Stukeley, Cambridgeshire|
|Playing darts since||2000|
|Organisation (see split in darts)|
|PDC premier events – best performances|
|UK Open||Last 128: 2014|
He earned a PDC Tour Card in 2014, and qualified for the 2014 UK Open, but lost in the first round.
Start of Darts CareerEdit
Pete started playing darts when he was young eventually playing for Super League Darts before moving to Cambridgeshire where he joined the local team and gained experience he joined Men's A team and played with people such as Martin Adams
Gaining Experience (2013)Edit
In 2013 Pete went to Q-School where he failed to gain a tour card but the fact that he gained points meant he was able to play on a handful of events gaining experience during this time he was able to become friends with Dave Chisnall he also qualified for the UK Open where he lost in the First Round
Pro Tour (2014-2015)Edit
In 2014 Pete went back to Q-School this time successfully gaining a tour card for 2 years where he played in events and gained money and experience he also qualified for the Gibraltar Darts trophy where he lost in the second round to Justin Pipe
Challenge Tour (2016-2017)Edit
In 2016 Pete went back to Q-School where he failed to gain a tour card for another 2 years so only played a handful of events he started playing on the challenge tour right through to around September 2017 when Pete announced on Twitter he would taking a year out of darts
- "Pete Dyos". Mastercaller.com. Retrieved 10 September 2017.
- Dyos, Pete (19 October 2017). "Gonna take a full year out of darts, thanks to the people who supported me and most of all @DoubleJay180 @Kevshep180". @Boomerang_Dyos. Retrieved 4 January 2018.