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I know we have a couple of fans on here??

I'm going to Manchester a week on Thursday for the Premier League, and i'm just a bit excited :D It's such a good piss up and a laugh!

Barney vs MVG main event!

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8 minutes ago, HoneyNUFC said:

What are you dressing up as?

None of the lads want to >:(

We are out all day/night not just the darts so i can understand why. There's still time to change their minds though.... but i'm not going fancy dress on my own. xD

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I expect a good show this Thursday when it comes back to The Ahoy in Rotterdam.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Aaroncpfc said:

Ive found betting on The Premier League a lot more difficult than it should be.

its a shorter format so its very hard to predict. The games with legs are more easier to predict.

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51 minutes ago, VanPanna said:

its a shorter format so its very hard to predict. The games with legs are more easier to predict.

I've noticed. Darts around Christmas and early tennis tournaments are what I'm leaving betting too. They're not complex sports to learn about and in general are predictable.

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On 15/03/2017 at 10:07 AM, Aaroncpfc said:

Ive found betting on The Premier League a lot more difficult than it should be.

When i went Thursday to Manchester i had a few quid on all the outcomes on the 5 games and got them all correct @ 50/1.  :D

Last game was awesome when Barney won. He was 5-1!!

He also nearly got a 9 darter, he was 1 dart off. I had a couple of quid on that too at 35/1.

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You lucky fucker! I saw the Taylor/Wright match. I thought Wright was going to knick a draw with the way it was finishing.

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Watching a replay of a match from the 2017 World Cup, Michael van Gerwen is the best player I'm guessing? Guy looks like a righteous douche bag. 

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11 hours ago, Eco said:

Watching a replay of a match from the 2017 World Cup, Michael van Gerwen is the best player I'm guessing? Guy looks like a righteous douche bag. 

You guessed right. He's the best by a long way since Taylor has had his decline. 

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6 hours ago, JOSHBRFC said:

You guessed right. He's the best by a long way since Taylor has had his decline. 

He and Gary Anderson.

 

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Taylor rolling back the years by winning the World Matchplay earlier this year. Going to be weird when he retires  in the next few months.

Semi Final of the Grand Slam next with Taylor and MVG should be good. Hoping for a Taylor win!

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1 hour ago, JOSHBRFC said:

Taylor rolling back the years by winning the World Matchplay earlier this year. Going to be weird when he retires  in the next few months.

Semi Final of the Grand Slam next with Taylor and MVG should be good. Hoping for a Taylor win!

Did you see the Wright/Anderson game? Will take some game from Taylor & MVG to live up to that one!

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On 19/11/2017 at 3:26 PM, Toony said:

Did you see the Wright/Anderson game? Will take some game from Taylor & MVG to live up to that one!

Yeah, Wright with the comeback. 

MVG with the title and 3 in a row. 

Really hoping for a Taylor send off and win in the World's. Would like to see him and Barney(as usual) do well.

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First Round of the World's have been drawn and there's some great matches in store. Chisnall v Van der Voort, Sulojvic v Painter and Webster v Peterson three of the better ties. 

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It’s officially Christmas. The Darts are back at Ally Pally and everyone becomes a Darts nut for a few weeks. Merry Christmas  

 

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I think tonight's session was the night this World Championship really took off.

Peter Wright out. Barney on fire. MVG nearly, and possibly fortunate to still be in it. Great atmosphere all round, great darts.

Taylor and Anderson tomorrow. You can tell we're right into the business end of it now.

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MVG v Barney.

Taylor v Anderson.

If ever there was an evening session of darts not to miss, tonight is the one. This could be Phil Taylor's last ever game. I have a really funny feeling he'll go through though. And I wouldn't be surprised if Barney shocks MVG tonight either.

It's going to be a huge night in the World Championships.

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Never understood professional darts but I don't mind a chuck.

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Was a bit disappointed by Phil Taylor tonight. I don’t mind seeing him beaten, he’s by no means my favourite player, and he deserved to be beaten but it just all looked jovial and nonchalant from him tonight and I don’t think he really cared that much tonight. He seemed to give up at 2-0 and just play up to the crowd and spent the rest of the night gesticulating and joking around. 

I don’t know if that come across like that on the tele but that was garbage from Taylor and he was acting as if he was the newcomer to a Final, not like a bloke who wanted to win and bow out from his sport in style. 

 

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Taylor got hammered last night. I knew he'd lose as he's not the same anymore(it's the main reason why he's now retired) while Rob Cross is young, hungry and on fire. He could have a big future in darts him. Let's also remember that he beat Van Gerwen on route to the final as well.

 

On 29/12/2017 at 7:04 PM, Spike said:

Never understood professional darts but I don't mind a chuck.

I've always preferred to play pool or snooker(I used to like playing pool for money in the pub especially), but darts is better to watch as it's more exciting and there is a great atmosphere. It's quite a big thing in the UK and always has been. A lot of people in my family were big darts fans, some even players. My grandad was brilliant in his younger days and probably should have been professional himself, also my Aunty did well with her darts back in the day, a very good player.

 

As for the crowd and atmosphere, It's best when Robbie Savage turned up and just got absolutely roasted  xD

 

 

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Taylor did well to even get to the final at his age! 

Im going to Manchester again in April for the Premier League. Was so good last year. 

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Good to be able to watch with that gobshite Taylor ruining it. 

Couldn't have left in a better way. Battered in a final. Everyone turned up wanting the fairytale ending as well xDxD

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:rofl:

 

Gary Anderson & Wesley Harms deny farting accusations at Grand Slam of Darts

9 hours ago | Darts

 

Some athletes blame poor performances on the state of the pitch. Others blame it on tactics, or perhaps just a bad day at the office.

But blaming your opponent for farting is definitely a new one.

Yet that's exactly what happened at the Grand Slam of Darts in Wolverhampton, with both Gary Anderson and Wesley Harms denying responsibility for the "rotten egg smells".

Two-time world champion Anderson, 47, won Thursday's match 10-2 to progress to the quarter-finals, but Dutchman Harms, 34, was quick to explain his sub-standard performance by accusing his Scottish opponent of leaving a "fragrant smell".

He told Dutch TV station RTL7L: "It'll take me two nights to lose this smell from my nose."

World number four Anderson was not best pleased by the accusation, saying the smell had definitely come "from the table side" at the Aldersley Leisure Village.

"If the boy thinks I've farted he's 1,010% wrong. I swear on my children's lives that it was not my fault," he said.

"I had a bad stomach once on stage before and admitted it. So I'm not going to lie about farting on stage.

"Every time I walked past there was a waft of rotten eggs so that's why I was thinking it was him.

"It was bad. It was a stink, then he started to play better and I thought he must have needed to get some wind out.

"If somebody has done that they need to see a doctor. Seemingly he says it was me but I would admit it."

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/darts/46245993

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Read about this 😂. Apparently he said he was playing poorly, guffed on stage and then must have felt better so won. It’s not quite Lineker shitting on the sacred turf but must be off putting.

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