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Posts for month: June 2011


The FA Cup of Darts produced some shocks,someone late for a very important date and a wasted bottle of red!

The UK Open Night 1

Posted: 02.06.11 in Tournament Analysis Blog category

The FA Cup of Darts produced some shocks,someone late for a very important date and a wasted bottle of red!

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Night two of our UK Open darts blog. We have darts tactics for spectators, jelly and a player who finds keeping a straight face his winning formula!

Wibble Wobble Wibble Wobble Dart Players on the Oche

Posted: 02.06.11 in Tournament Analysis Blog category

Night two of our UK Open darts blog. We have darts tactics for spectators, jelly and a player who finds keeping a straight face his winning formula!

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An amazing day and night at the darts on Twitter!

The UK Open Day 3

Posted: 04.06.11 in Tournament Analysis Blog category

An amazing day and night at the darts on Twitter!

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We take a novel approach to the action from the UK Open, we also have pearls and darters fighting fatigue

James Wade and Jane Austen

Posted: 05.06.11 in Tournament Analysis Blog category

We take a novel approach to the action from the UK Open, we also have pearls and darters fighting fatigue

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Lee took off for a walking holiday last week. Such is his enthusiasm he contemplated taking a portable board with him. He opted for planning his next month of practice instead.

Do You Struggle to Play Better Darts? Lee Finds it a Stroll !

Posted: 06.06.11 in Darts Performance Centre Blog category

Lee took off for a walking holiday last week. Such is his enthusiasm he contemplated taking a portable board with him. He opted for planning his next month of practice instead.

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Who says Greek philosophy is boring? Not us, Plato must of liked a pint or two! We have a darts player who loses concentration half way through a match-The Darts Performance Centre philosophy may be able to help!

He Was A Wise Man Who Invented Beer, said Plato!

Posted: 09.06.11 in Darts Performance Centre Blog category

Who says Greek philosophy is boring? Not us, Plato must of liked a pint or two! We have a darts player who loses concentration half way through a match-The Darts Performance Centre philosophy may be able to help!

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BDO player Anthony Urmston-Toft recounts his visit to Switzerland recently for the Swiss Open

The Swiss Open

Posted: 13.06.11 in Anthony Urmston-Toft Blog category

BDO player Anthony Urmston-Toft recounts his visit to Switzerland recently for the Swiss Open

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Our darts coaching blog this week takes a look at one client who visited our coaching clinic suffering from the "dreaded drift"-can we make him "better"?

Coaching Clinic 1

Posted: 14.06.11 in Coaching Clinic Blog category

Our darts coaching blog this week takes a look at one client who visited our coaching clinic suffering from the "dreaded drift"-can we make him "better"?

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This blog is our thoughts on where the Darts World stands with darts coaching at the moment and how it may progress...

Coaching in Darts

Posted: 20.06.11 in Darts Performance Centre Blog category

This blog is our thoughts on where the Darts World stands with darts coaching at the moment and how it may progress...

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What does it take to be a champion? natural talent or commitment and the right practice?

The Ten Thousand Hours Man

Posted: 23.06.11 in Darts Performance Centre Blog category

What does it take to be a champion? natural talent or commitment and the right practice?

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One player we met at Selsey had to withdraw from the competition because of a strained muscle. Warm ups for darts is this weeks topic!

Some Like it Hot (But Warm is Good Too)

Posted: 28.06.11 in Darts Performance Centre Blog category

One player we met at Selsey had to withdraw from the competition because of a strained muscle. Warm ups for darts is this weeks topic!

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