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     Paul Hogan Storms to Champion of Champions Title 2017

    Darts & Stuff of InterestErik writes "Hampshire's Paul 'Crocodile Dundee' Hogan is the 2017 Worthington’s Champion of Champions winner, defeating last year's winner Jonny Clayton in a nail-biting final at Cardiff's St. David's Hall.

    Going into the final, Clayton looked to be favourite following an almost faultless 13 and 14 dart semi-final win. He certainly had the crowd on his side, especially when he won the bull for the throw and started the first leg with throws of 140, 100 and 140.

    Hogan kept pace though, with two tons and a 140 of his own. When it came to finding a finish, nerves affected the two players, with both needing 12 darts to close the first leg - Hogan pinning double four for a 21 darter.

    One nil up and with the throw in the second leg, the momentum swung towards Hogan when he hit a ton with his first three darts. Clayton responded though with two tons of his own and when he hit a 180, the only one in the final, the Pembrokeshire man looked good to square the game.
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    Posted by site_admin on Thursday, August 31 @ 22:56:56 UTC (122 reads)
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     Why shoot 100 darts at....

    Darts & Stuff of Interesterik writes "I've been thinking allot about practice and why we shoot certain practice games or routines and recently came across on old post here that really sums it up well fo r me (and I wrote it 11 years ago!)....in response to a post by Taechon I wrote:"

    Posted by site_admin on Friday, July 07 @ 19:39:55 UTC (282 reads)
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     SNOOK.dart

    Darts & Stuff of InterestDavey writes "
    • Can anybody give me information on this snooker dart board game. It's called SNOOK.dart. dBeen on Google and eBay but cannot find much as it could be a prototype that never went on general sale. It would be nice to have some information on this and if any value  at all. Thanks Dave.l
    "

    Posted by site_admin on Thursday, June 22 @ 18:47:22 UTC (350 reads)
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     What does it take?

    Darts & Stuff of Interesterik writes "I was recently asked by a casual darter as I picked up several sets of my darts from the post office "what does it take to get good enough to hit what you want?"

    My answer was "time".

    Her reply was "time?  as in take your time when you throw?"

    I answered:  No, but rather time on the board.

    You see, while everyone is different I think time is the real difference in making an accurate dart player.  It takes a lot of time just hitting the board over and over again to develop your throw.  So take the time, hit the board often, then hit it more and more and more.  Wear the board out, get a new board and do it again and again.

    In time, you will develop your throw and accuracy but don't get discourage too early.  Some, like me, have spent more time throwing darts than others have spent working!

    Play often, practice more, and let time do it's thing.
    "

    Posted by site_admin on Monday, November 07 @ 15:33:10 UTC (1057 reads)
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     A Brand New Flight System

    Darts & Stuff of InterestVictorLim writes "Hi All, Good day!

    I am a new member from Hong Kong and knowing that this forum is large and that will be a good platform for sharing.

    Honestly, I am here in purpose to collect some opinions as I just designed a brand new system of darts flight that could simply flat pack but still keeping the 90 degree after assembled.

    The concept is newly developed that you could mix and match the setting, and only one size available.

    So what do you guys think of this flight? what else size or shape is popular in your market?

    Here is the link for the image .
    https://www.facebook.com/mixyourflight?fref=ts

    It is not advertisement, but I do appreciate to your opinions.

    Victor

    "


    Note: Probably best to post in the forum but thanks for your input.  It will be interesting to see how your flight system performs.

    Posted by site_admin on Sunday, August 09 @ 01:22:44 UTC (2270 reads)
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     Red Dragon - SEWA-Darts Trivia!

    Darts & Stuff of InterestErik writes " I've put together a Trivia Competition/SEWA Scavenger Hunt! The first 5 to get all the answers right (or the first 5 to get MOST of them right) will win a set of darts or 4 sets of flights (A minimum of 3 sets of darts will be given away but possibly more!)

    Here are the rules:
    1. You have 1 week to finish the contest however the 1st 5 members to submit the correct answers will win -- so don't wait until the end of the week! Submit as soon as you can.
    2. You may submit and resubmit your answers as often as you like but each time you resubmit your time-stamp changes. (Example: MemberX submits today at 12:00noon then realizes he missed some and resubmits tomorrow at 1PM. 1PM is his new time-stamp).
    3. Almost all the answers can be found here on sewa-darts.com or at reddragondarts.com (there may be one or two you'll have to hunt for)...
    4. Only Senior Moderators / Admins are excluded from entry (contacting them for help is disqualifying).
    5. All answers must be private messaged to me via the site. Once you've done so feel free to post in the appropriate forum to let me know you've done so and I will respond there also.
    6. If 5 members submit correct answers right away then the competition is over.
    7. The site admins are the only members not eligible to participate in this competition
    8. Above all, have fun and be sure to thank Red Dragon for their support of our sport!
    9. If no one answers all the questions correctly, then the 5 that gets the most right (first) win.
    10. Do not post the answers or where to find them in the forums.......

    "

    Posted by site_admin on Sunday, December 15 @ 15:47:40 UTC (7399 reads)
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     180! Fascinating Darts Facts

    Darts & Stuff of InterestCharis writes "
    Dr. Patrick Chaplin has published a new book that with a wealth of information   will appeal to all people interested in darts. Of course one of the focal points lies in darts history and Chaplin is able due to his research to expose some of the most popular myths of the sport   as myths and tells us the not less thrilling truth instead.  In this context he reports how such myths can develop – some years ago he was the unintentional source of a myth himself when one of his famous Fool’s Day Columns was so convincing people took it at face value.


    Beside you can between others find chapters about the Embassy World Championship, the Winmau World Masters and women darts. But interesting things like the walk-on-girls, music and darts and the origin of some of the nicknames are included as well.

    All that is written fluently and gives as an understanding of the sport in a colorful, informative and entertaining way.  As the recently deceased commentator Sid Waddell aptly writes in his preface the book is a kaleidoscope of darts.

    Dr. Patrick Chaplin once again brought a book to be recommended on the market and I’ve only one point of criticism – it is much too short. It would have liked to read much more of it!

    "

    Posted by site_admin on Tuesday, March 19 @ 09:54:02 UTC (4907 reads)
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     Winmau Backs Disabled Darts

    Darts & Stuff of Interestdavidsproull writes "World class dart company Winmau are now the exclusive dart partners of the World Disability Darts Association.
    The full press release can be read here:

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    Posted by site_admin on Tuesday, February 12 @ 23:46:53 UTC (5027 reads)
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     Outs

    Darts & Stuff of Interestross writes "
    We all have issues with calculating a dart out sequence, even the pros can get stumped once and a while. The last thing you want is to be distracted by having to do math while on the line. It will take away your focus and that’s a bad thing. Here‘s an easy way to memorize your outs and never get distracted again.
    "

    Posted by site_admin on Thursday, February 07 @ 13:04:54 UTC (2106 reads)
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     The Kokoi Scoreboard -- new and innovative

    Darts & Stuff of InterestErik writes "I was doing my usual Facebook cruise one morning and noticed an interesting post about a new scoreboard being sold on Amazon called the Kokoi.  It was so different that I had to check it out and see what it was all about so I contacted the manufacturer and asked if I could review the product (something I rarely do anymore).

    Very shortly afterwards a box arrived on my porch and I was tearing into it to check out this strange new contraption.  Right away I was impressed with the wood construction and weight of the scoreboard.  It was actually kind of heavy for its size -- not something typical today.
    "

    Posted by site_admin on Saturday, December 22 @ 11:36:27 UTC (4408 reads)
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