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All About Darts

All About Darts

by I L Brackin and W Fitzgerald

Published 1975

Introduction

Darts is one of the most exciting indoor sports you can play with your clothes on. More important, it is one of the most interesting and intensely competitive indoor sports of them all.

Even a veteran darts player would be hard put to find a straight answer to the question. "How do you play darts?" The scope of the sport for variety and skill would take a whole book. This is it.

There is information in this book of value to both the expert and the beginner. It describes not only how to play darts and many different games, but also how to play darts better.

We hope enjoy reading it as much as we have enjoyed compiling it.

I was able to pick up a copy on eBay sometime ago.

The book `"All About Darts" was published in 1975 by Ivan Brackin and William Fitzgerald

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Darts a Book by Noel E Williamson

Darts by Noel E Williamson

The complete guide for beginners or experts, the book covers:

The Origin and History of Darts, Darts Expressions, Darts Mathematics, Darts Etiquette, Competitions, Dart Leagues and League Rules, Records and Some Great Dart Players of the Past, Team Organisation and Committee Work.

I was able to obtain a copy of this book on eBay originally published by Elliot Right Way Books Kingswood Surrey UK

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Gary Anderson has swept the board at the prestigious PDC Awards night in London.





On Thursday night at a glittering ceremony at The Dorchester Hotel, the Team Unicorn World Champion won four awards on a night to remember.

Just three weeks after his breathtaking World Championship victory when he beat Phil Taylor by 7 sets to 6 at the Alexandra Palace, the Scot was again sitting on top of the world of darts.

He was named Player of the Year, Players Player of the Year, Fans Player of the Year and Pro Tour Player of the Year!

It was quite a night.

"I am honoured and humbled," he said. "I honestly never expected this. I am still taking it all in after winning the World Championship, so these awards make it very special."

"It means so much to be honoured by the darts fans around the world and by my peers. I am a bit embarrassed."

Anderson took over 60% of the vote in both the Fans Award and the PDPA Players Award.

The Pro Tour gong was his reward for winning seven tournaments in 2014.

And he was always the big favourite to win the prestigious Player of the Year award after his dramatic World Championship success.

It was a big night for Team Unicorn all round.

PDC Unicorn World Youth Champion Keegan Brown won the Young Player of the Year Award.....he really made a name for himself with his performances at the Grand Slam and the World Championship. Fellow Unicorn star Michael Smith was also nominated.

And James Wade won the award for Televised Performance of the Year. We all remember his amazing comeback at The Masters in Edinburgh. The Unicorn ace coming from 9-2 down to beat Mervyn King 11-10 in the final.

The final award went to Stephen Bunting who was named PDC Newcomer of the Year after a brilliant debut season.

But this is was Gary Anderson's night and richly deserved.

By STUART PYKE at The Dorchester Hotel


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Phil Taylor: Reeled off 13 straight legs in one-sided quarter-final

Phil Taylor powered into the semi-finals of the Grand Slam of Darts with a comprehensive 16-3 thrashing of Michael Smith in Wolverhampton.

Taylor was in clinical form as he won 13 straight legs and posted an impressive three-dart average of 107.28, although Smith was a shadow of the player that ousted the world No 2 from last year's World Championship.

The defending champion now faces a last-four clash with a resurgent Mervyn King, who hit nine 180s in a 16-9 victory over an erratic Stephen Bunting.

Smith got off to a confident start, hitting a maximum as he held throw in the opening leg, but Taylor responded with an 11-dart finish and took the next two legs before two missed darts at double 12 allowed Smith to stop the rot.

Taylor then missed three darts at a double in leg six as Smith levelled, but the five-time champion hit back with another 11-darter which marked the beginning of the end for his opponent.

Smith's all-round game deteriorated and Taylor showed no mercy, cruising 7-3 ahead before rubbing salt into Smith's wounds with his third 11-dart leg of the match.

Taylor's superior scoring consistently got him to a double first, and he took out finishes of 114 and 126, while Smith almost arrested the slide when he missed the bull for a 164 checkout in the 16th leg.

The 16-time world champion wrapped up a one-sided victory with his first attempt at double 16 to set up a last-four encounter with King, and he was delighted with his performance against Smith.

"I'm really happy because I'm in the semis and I'm playing well," said Taylor. "I wasn't going to let Michael off the hook, even when I got to 14 or 15 legs because he can fight back.

"I was surprised that Michael threw a few lazy darts but his mindset wasn't right tonight. He said to me that he kept snatching his darts and I think that's pure pressure, but he'll learn from it and he'll be a stronger player.

"It will be a different kettle of fish in the semis against Mervyn because he's on a high and he's doing brilliantly at present."

King missed five darts at a double in the second leg, but he recovered to break throw on double six and then took out 76 to move two legs clear before Bunting also nailed a 76 checkout in leg five.

A 122 checkout took King two clear, and the Norfolk veteran landed 122 again to go 8-5 up as the pair held throw for nine straight legs despite inconsistent finishing from both.

King punished Bunting for two missed darts at a double to open up a 10-6 lead, and he opened up the next with two 180s before settling for a 12-darter and a five-leg advantage.

The next three legs were traded in 14-darters before King capitalised on a missed dart at double 16, and he landed a seventh maximum and double eight to move two legs away from the last four.

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In-form Van Gerwen claims first Euro title

ESPN staff



Michael van Gerwen made it three tournament wins in three weekends with victory in Germany.

Michael van Gerwen left his opponent Terry Jenkins for dead with a 11-4 victory in the final of the European Championship on Sunday night.

The World No.1's stellar month continues as he followed up recent triumphs in the World Grand Prix and Players Championship with a convincing win in Mulheim, Germany.

That makes it three titles in three weekends for the Dutchman, who cruised past Justin Pipe and Brendan Dolan to reach Sunday's final stages. He hit top gear with a 10-5 quarter-final win over Dave Chisnall, before defeating countryman Raymond van Barneveld in the last-four.

Jenkins had hardly finished his warm-up throws before Van Gerwen had raced into a five-leg lead. The Briton then picked out two 180s to hit back and win the next three legs, but Van Gerwen hit a maximum of his own in the ninth leg to trigger a run of five legs without reply to move 10-3 up.

Van Gerwen missed a dart for the title as Jenkins capitalised to keep the final alive, but the 25-year-old landed two 10s in the 15th leg before hitting tops to claim his first European Championship title.

Earlier, Van Gerwen hit his fourth televised nine-darter to see off semi-final opponent Van Barneveld.

Van Gerwen had been down 4-2 before he kick started his comeback in the seventh leg with a 177 and 180, before taking out 144 on double 12 to complete the feat.

It was his second perfect leg on stage against van Barneveld - the first coming in the 2006 Masters of Darts - and adds to his other major nine-darters in the 2012 World Matchplay and 2013 World Championship.

Jenkins earned his spot in the final by overcoming Mervyn King 11-8, but he proved no match for Van Gerwen, who sealed the £55,000 top prize in devastating style.

© ESPN Sports Media Ltd

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