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Posts for month: October 2011


A predictable night of unpredictability in Dublin last night. We have doubles, er doubles and John Part!

The World Grand Prix

Posted: 03.10.11 in Tournament Analysis Blog category

A predictable night of unpredictability in Dublin last night. We have doubles, er doubles and John Part!

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We have more double muddle, twitter and the 10 second test that could help you play better darts!

The World Grand Prix Night 2/Morning 3!

Posted: 04.10.11 in Tournament Analysis Blog category

We have more double muddle, twitter and the 10 second test that could help you play better darts!

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Another fantastic night of darts last night! Today we look under the bonnet of "The Machine" to check his mind is on winning.

The World Grand Prix Night 3

Posted: 05.10.11 in Tournament Analysis Blog category

Another fantastic night of darts last night! Today we look under the bonnet of "The Machine" to check his mind is on winning.

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Night 4 and we have "shifty" looking blokes wandering around the stage, a not so smart sit down protest and inflatable palm trees.

The World Grand Prix - Night 4

Posted: 06.10.11 in Tournament Analysis Blog category

Night 4 and we have "shifty" looking blokes wandering around the stage, a not so smart sit down protest and inflatable palm trees.

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Semi-Final night of The Grand Prix-video analysis is here, Dolan strolls slowly into the final and Rodders gets an invite!

This Time Next Week/Year Rodders

Posted: 08.10.11 in Tournament Analysis Blog category

Semi-Final night of The Grand Prix-video analysis is here, Dolan strolls slowly into the final and Rodders gets an invite!

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This month we discuss the benefits of taking to yourself during a game and how splitting a darts match into three parts can help your practice.

Coaching Clinic 5

Posted: 12.10.11 in Coaching Clinic Blog category

This month we discuss the benefits of taking to yourself during a game and how splitting a darts match into three parts can help your practice.

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