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Women’s darts has never been given the accreditation it deserves. It has always been seen as a bit of a novelty by some fans, yet the top players can and frequently do beat their male counterparts.
The 2019 Lakeside BDO World Professional Darts Championship has since 2001 hosted a Women’s World Darts Championship. However, the winner can expect far less in prize money than their male counterparts.
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David King | 04/06/2019 | Share
The 2019 PDC World Cup of darts is nearly upon us. Thirty-two countries will compete in a straight knockout content to be crown World Cup team champions.
Defending Champions, the Netherlands will be hoping to make it a hat-trick of victories. However, they will be missing the five-time World Champion Raymond van Barneveld.
David King | 03/06/2019 | Share
The idea of virtual reality (VR) has been around for a lot longer than you might think — it dates back to the 1800s. It wasn’t until the mid to late twentieth century that virtual reality started to more closely resemble what we know it as today. But over the last decade, the technology behind VR has dramatically improved.
David King | 29/05/2019 | Share
In many countries, you are required to pay a substantial amount of tax on any kind of gambling win. As you can imagine, this can put a significant damper on a big win.
Let’s say you win a $10,000 jackpot. You might not actually get all of that, as the tax might be deducted after you win.
But there is great news if you are a UK-based player. You don’t need to pay any tax whatsoever on a gambling win. You are not taxed on your initial stake, and you also don’t need to pay anything on your winnings.
David King | 24/05/2019 | Share
The final leg of the 2019 Premier League Darts will take place at the first Dirt Arena, Leeds 16th May. Rob Cross and Michael van Gerwen van Gerwen have secured enough points to qualify for the Play-Off finals at the London, O2 Arena on the 23 May 2019. The remaining two placed will be decided in Leeds.
David King | 13/05/2019 | Share
The dominance of Phil ‘the Power’ Taylor has gone and soon the five-time World Darts Champion Raymond van Barneveld will also be hanging up his darts. Raymond is in his retirement year and will leave the competitive sport after the PDC World Darts Championship in January 2020.
Who will be next big star?
David King | 27/03/2019 | Share
There are many variations of games which can be played in Darts but there is only 1 official version which counts towards the World Championship - 501. The goal is to accumulate all 501 points with the least number of throws.
David King | 19/02/2019 | Share
When it comes to darts there are fans for the BDO and PDC however, the truth to be known dart players just love darts regardless where it is being played. The rise of the sport has seen many changes both positive and negative. Since Barry Hearn took over the chairmanship of the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) darts has grown beyond many players and fans expectation...
David King | 23/01/2019 | Share
Rob Cross will look to defend his PDC World Championship title next month at the Alexandra Palace, London.
David King | 24/11/2018 | Share
The Current PDC World Darts Champions Rob Cross takes on ‘Mighty’ Michael van Gerwen in a 9 darts virtual reality dart match. However, the two top professional players make hard work of throwing thin air!
David King | 21/11/2018 | Share
One of the eagerly awaited darts tournaments of the year will again be shown live via Sky Sports. The Grand Slam of Darts bring the two darting organisations together for this unique tournament. The best of the British Darts Organisation (BDO) line up against the top qualified players from the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC).
David King | 01/11/2018 | Share
The draw has been announced for the 2018 Players Championship Finals, with the eleventh edition of the PDC darts tournament set to take place between 23rd and 25th November at Butlin’s Minehead resort, featuring the top competitors from the 22 Players Championship events throughout the year so far.
David King | 31/10/2018 | Share
Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor prodigy, Adrian Lewis, was the hottest thing in darts several years ago. Winning back to back World Championship titles in 2011 and 2012 respectively it seemed nobody could stop him. However, he is currently ranked 16th in the PDC order of merit which means he just qualifies for the major tournaments without having to qualify via the many Pro Tour Events
David King | 24/09/2018 | Share
Darts tournaments come thick and fast over the summer months, but none loom so heavily on the horizon as the PDC World Matchplay (21st-29th July). The prestigious event, now boasting a massive prize fund of £500,000, is set to return to the Winter Gardens, Blackpool, as Britain (hopefully) continues to bake in the July sunshine.
David King | 11/07/2018 | Share
The 2018/19 World Darts Championship is set to have an expanded field of 96 players, with record prize money on offer too. The sport’s continued growth has been recognised by the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) in recent years. The pinnacle of world darts expanded to a field of 72 professional players back in 2010 and will grow to 96 this year, with a new pool of international qualifiers expected to get their shot at sporting stardom.
David King | 06/06/2018 °° | Share
Have a look at the NEW ‘Gladiator’ Mark McGeeney website, it looks great!
Mark is the current BDO & WDF No.1 ranked player and the two-time back-to-back Dutch Open Champion. He certainly made a name for himself in 2017 and he continues his winning streak during 2018. Mark is also a member of the England international squad and will next play for England in the BDO International in Wales 6-8 April
David King | 01/04/2018 | Share
Phil Taylor bows out at the end of the 2017 season and the World Darts Championship at Ally Pally will be his final even, bringing the curtain down on a colourful and hugely decorated career. There have been many up-and-coming players who have been dubbed 'the next big thing' but very few have been able to come anywhere close to matching the success and longevity of the 'The Power'. One potential successor is Michael Van Gerwen, with the Dutchman dominating the sports over the past couple of years. Will MVG ever be able to match the legacy that is set to be left behind by Taylor?
David King | 07/12/2017 °° | Share
The World Number One Michael Van Gerwen has announced his return to the circuit following a month off and issued a statement on his website suggesting he has "even more motivation to win" as he aims to continue his remarkable 2017. The Dutchman has recently become a father for the first time and opted to spend August with his young family as opposed to competing in various tournaments around the world.
David King | 05/09/2017 °° | Share
Dutch darts ace Michael van Gerwen is pushing hard to secure a hat-trick of World Matchplay titles this week at Blackpool’s Winter Gardens, just weeks after celebrating a World Cup of Darts success.
David King | 25/7/2017 °° | Share
The World Matchplay begins on the 22nd of July at the legendary Winter Gardens in Blackpool, with top seed Michael Van Gerwen looking to continue his domination of the sport with a third successive victory at the tournament. Will the Dutchman be able to continue his terrific form at the event and continue his remarkable 2017 when he opens up against Stephen Bunting?
David King | 17/07/2017 °° | Share
The 5 Time World Darts Champion, Raymond van Barneveld, has started a new chapter in his darting career by signing to Target Darts. His new range of darts will be available for all to see at his next televised tournament.
A full range of Target Darts are available at Pure Darts.
David King | 04/07/2017 | Share
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