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Post  Llanelli_Jack on Sat Jan 03, 2009 12:15 pm

Semi's are on soon! Anyone watching it and interested?
Barney had a great 9-dart finish yesterday.
But i hope Taylor wins it again this year, a class act, and a tidy bloke!
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Re: World Darts Championship

Post  Dunley on Sat Jan 03, 2009 12:45 pm

Not as fussed on darts as I used to be but I do like Taylor and hope he wins.
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Re: World Darts Championship

Post  StaffordshireJack on Sun Jan 04, 2009 5:13 am

Watched all games except the one afternoon session that included Nicholson vs Lewis embarrassed

Love the PDC Darts and really hope Taylor does the business tonight! I'll probs watch the BBC's BDO at some point, but the PDC is on another planet compared!

Come On Phil!
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Post  Llanelli_Jack on Sun Jan 04, 2009 6:21 am

Ye same staff. This world championship has been a good one, and ive watched loads of it likewise.
Tonights final should be a good one.
But Phil is just a differerent class on his day.
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Re: World Darts Championship

Post  Cornellyjak on Mon Jan 05, 2009 4:18 am

Cant be bothered, much rather blow someone up in battlefield bad company. thumbs up
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Post  JACK77 on Mon Jan 05, 2009 8:30 am

Fair play to Sky for making it more watchable...i'm resigned to the dull beeb version coz i ain't got sky anymore..doh!

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Re: World Darts Championship

Post  Burdett on Mon Jan 05, 2009 5:10 pm

In a way I'm delighted that Taylor won the Championship in the end, but am also gutted. Taylor isn't a nice bloke by no stretch of the imagination. I once went to Cardiif (sadly) to watch th darts, and the players willingly shook my hand no problem, yet Taylor refused, what does that tell you about the bloke.

Also, the BDO championship is a complete joke. It's just an excuse for people to call themselves a world champion. Come on, I recently entered the BDO Championship for next year. You wouldn't be able to do that on the PDC Championship.
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Re: World Darts Championship

Post  Edzzie93 on Tue Jan 06, 2009 3:32 am

can't believe darts gets television coverage.

phil taylor has one of the biggest ego's i have ever seen!

he's only a darts player and moron can be able to throw a flippin dart.

seriously go work as a postman.
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Re: World Darts Championship

Post  Burdett on Tue Jan 06, 2009 6:11 am

Edzzie93 wrote:can't believe darts gets television coverage.

phil taylor has one of the biggest ego's i have ever seen!

he's only a darts player and moron can be able to throw a flippin dart.

seriously go work as a postman.

Ha ha. Rhys, in case you didn't realise a moron could kick a football, just look at David Beckham, and a moron could more easily chuck a ball to someone for them to catch.

I agree with you the Taylor has a huge ego, but you can't be saying that darts doesn't deserve to get TV coverage. It's probably the biggest growing sport in the world, and after the stick that darts players have gone through, I think the sport deserves to be on TV to be honest.
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Re: World Darts Championship

Post  Cornellyjak on Tue Jan 06, 2009 11:58 am

Hey Edzzie, Bring back jocky i say.................... raspberry
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Post  Edzzie93 on Tue Jan 06, 2009 1:05 pm

it's darts ffs one of the sports that should never be called a sport.

wow watching 2 fat middle-age tossers from yorkshire throw a dart at a board..how exciting! Oo
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Re: World Darts Championship

Post  dybie_jack on Tue Jan 06, 2009 1:31 pm

Edzzie93 wrote:it's darts ffs one of the sports that should never be called a sport.

wow watching 2 fat middle-age tossers from yorkshire throw a dart at a board..how exciting! Oo

Aaaah! C'mon the start of the darts is the best intro to any sport
altogether now
LET'S.............PLAY.................DARTS!

It's great because you don't have to be fit to play, the spectators get something to do while watching and the judge announce scores with funny voices (180!)
I love darts!
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Re: World Darts Championship

Post  DBSwansea on Tue Jan 06, 2009 1:34 pm

dybie_jack wrote:
Edzzie93 wrote:it's darts ffs one of the sports that should never be called a sport.

wow watching 2 fat middle-age tossers from yorkshire throw a dart at a board..how exciting! Oo

Aaaah! C'mon the start of the darts is the best intro to any sport
altogether now
LET'S.............PLAY.................DARTS!

It's great because you don't have to be fit to play, the spectators get something to do while watching and the judge announce scores with funny voices (180!)
I love darts!

Not a sport.

The definition of a sport is "an activity that requires skill and athletecism."

It's a game, that you practise in a pub. Athletes my arse thumbs up

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Re: World Darts Championship

Post  Burdett on Tue Jan 06, 2009 1:48 pm

DBSwansea wrote:
Not a sport.

The definition of a sport is "an activity that requires skill and athletecism."

It's a game, that you practise in a pub. Athletes my arse thumbs up

Darts does require skill, so therefore it is a sport.
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Post  DBSwansea on Tue Jan 06, 2009 1:52 pm

Burdett wrote:
DBSwansea wrote:
Not a sport.

The definition of a sport is "an activity that requires skill and athletecism."

It's a game, that you practise in a pub. Athletes my arse thumbs up

Darts does require skill, so therefore it is a sport.

Read what I wrote again, a combination of skill and athletecism.

Darts is a game of skill, but there's no athletecism.

Much like dominos, monopoly and snooker.

Not a sport!

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Re: World Darts Championship

Post  Edzzie93 on Tue Jan 06, 2009 1:52 pm

DBSwansea wrote:
Burdett wrote:
DBSwansea wrote:
Not a sport.

The definition of a sport is "an activity that requires skill and athletecism."

It's a game, that you practise in a pub. Athletes my arse thumbs up

Darts does require skill, so therefore it is a sport.

Read what I wrote again, a combination of skill and athletecism.

Darts is a game of skill, but there's no athletecism.

Much like dominos, monopoly and snooker.

Not a sport!

aye i totally agree darts is pub game end of...
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Post  DBSwansea on Tue Jan 06, 2009 2:01 pm

What the dictionary says

darts, (used with a singular verb) a game in which darts are thrown at a target usually marked with concentric circles divided into segments and with a bull's-eye in the center.

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/darts

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Re: World Darts Championship

Post  JACK77 on Tue Jan 06, 2009 2:10 pm

Edzzie93 wrote:
DBSwansea wrote:
Burdett wrote:
DBSwansea wrote:
Not a sport.

The definition of a sport is "an activity that requires skill and athletecism."

It's a game, that you practise in a pub. Athletes my arse thumbs up

Darts does require skill, so therefore it is a sport.

Read what I wrote again, a combination of skill and athletecism.

Darts is a game of skill, but there's no athletecism.

Much like dominos, monopoly and snooker.

Not a sport!

aye i totally agree darts is pub game end of...

Eddzie...You "ARE" a dart board!! clown

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Re: World Darts Championship

Post  Cornellyjak on Tue Jan 06, 2009 4:08 pm

woops, looks like ive looked in on this at the wrong time...
BTW.... Edzzie....."GIVE UP MAN" yak yak
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Post  Edzzie93 on Tue Jan 06, 2009 4:59 pm

Cornellyjak wrote:woops, looks like ive looked in on this at the wrong time...
BTW.... Edzzie....."GIVE UP MAN" yak yak

Why do you hide your online status?

smile
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Re: World Darts Championship

Post  Cornellyjak on Wed Jan 07, 2009 10:50 am

Edzzie93 wrote:
Cornellyjak wrote:woops, looks like ive looked in on this at the wrong time...
BTW.... Edzzie....."GIVE UP MAN" yak yak

Why do you hide your online status?

smile

I dont, it says im online, get a pc that works. thumbs up
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Post  JACK77 on Wed Jan 07, 2009 11:04 am

Cornellyjak wrote:
Edzzie93 wrote:
Cornellyjak wrote:woops, looks like ive looked in on this at the wrong time...
BTW.... Edzzie....."GIVE UP MAN" yak yak

Why do you hide your online status?

smile

I dont, it says im online, get a pc that works. thumbs up

Think he was just dodgin my post hooray

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Re: World Darts Championship

Post  Cornellyjak on Wed Jan 07, 2009 11:39 am

More than likely Mark
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Post  JACK77 on Wed Jan 07, 2009 12:36 pm

flippin eck..tha mark webster took a pasting....can see john Walton go on to win it hmm

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