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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.......

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     Darts in Dublin 2013/ 2

    PHP-NukeCharis writes " Players Championship 2

     I didn't really feel refreshed when I woke up on Sunday morning - probably an effect of the Dublin maritime climate. The sky looked grey and the wind was stronger. The breakfast room seemed to be even farer away then the day before and it was quite full. Not only the Players Championships took place there - a conference was going on as well.
    I decided to cancel my morning walk and did the updates on my site till it was time for the tournament.
    "

    Posted by site_admin on Saturday, November 16 @ 08:07:42 CST (1194 reads)
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     Darts in Dublin

    PHP-NukeCharis writes "Players Championship 1
    This year again I travelled to Dublin to follow the two Players Championships and the first two days of the World Grand Prix live. And again I stay at the City West Hotel but this year in another wing which feels like around two km away from the breakfast room which was on Saturday morning filled with darts players. The Huybrechts brothers breakfasted together as did Raymond van Barneveld with his wife. Mark Dudbridge sat together with Steve Brown, Jamie Lewis with Arron Monk only to mention a few names. After the breakfast I first went shopping - it was sunny but very windy outside.
    "

    Posted by site_admin on Thursday, October 17 @ 09:15:01 CDT (1307 reads)
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     WHAT EXACTLY IS THE HISTORY OF DARTS IN AMERICA?

    The History of DartsErik writes "The ‘fact’ that darts was exported to America on board The Mayflower in 1620 is probably the most repeated piece of darts history you will ever read or hear.

    The Myth

    It is so simple and so succinct. Just image the scenario. English folks who love playing darts were persecuted for their religious beliefs, flee the country by boat to find a new life in the New World and, quite naturally of course, take England’s Number One pub recreation with them on board, namely darts.
    "

    Posted by site_admin on Tuesday, August 20 @ 10:53:23 CDT (2189 reads)
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     Getting Sponsored

    General Dart TopicsErik writes "It's often asked by up and coming tournament players (who are faced with the ever increasing cost of travel and the limited opportunity to earn said costs back at events): how do I get a sponsor?

    My main response usually centers around this theme:

    Don't ask "how do I get a sponsor" but rather "how can I sell your products?".
    "

    Posted by site_admin on Thursday, August 01 @ 15:02:50 CDT (1866 reads)
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     Van Gerwen or ... ???

    Dart TournamentsCharis writes
     
    It was sunny again on the last day of the UK Open. The breakfast-pub was much more crowded than the days before and Adrian Lewis had cleared off into a quiet corner but was all the time interrupted by fans.

    I took another walk - as I had learned the day before that not only the UK Open take place here in Horwich but that the cycle and the running route of Ironman UK for some years already go through Horwich as well. At the round-about outside the hotel there usually is a refreshment station. The map I found on internet was not good enough to really identify the routes but it was a pleasant walk nevertheless.
    "

    Posted by site_admin on Wednesday, June 26 @ 18:44:41 CDT (1374 reads)
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     Not one brother left...

    Dart TournamentsCharis writes
    On the first two days the UK Open had started in the evening while on the third there was an afternoon session with the fourth round and an evening session with the fifth round - so many hours in the Reebook lay ahead of me. A full English breakfast was really necessary to survive the day. It looked it was not only me having this idea because Adrian Lewis already sat in the breakfast pub with a plate of toast in front of him waiting for sausages, bacon, eggs and baked beans. To it he drunk some pints of orange juice and ended his meal with a cigarette outside the pub marveled at by people walking by.
    As I don't smoke I decided that instead with a cigarette I would treat myself with a walk through the fields and meadows nearby - really a pleasure due to the weather. Afterwards I payed the super market a short visit buying drinks and food.
    "

    Posted by site_admin on Wednesday, June 26 @ 18:44:05 CDT (1424 reads)
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     And Four Were Left

    Dart TournamentsCharis writes "On the second day again the tournament started in the evening and after an almost full English breakfast I took the train to Manchester. Usually it takes around half an hour but on this morning due to engine trouble it took much longer and the train was totally over heated. 

    Due to the problems we stood for some time at the station Castlefields and I spied some ruins in a nearby field which I thought looked "Roman" and really - "

    Posted by site_admin on Thursday, June 20 @ 16:54:32 CDT (1526 reads)
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     Three Times Two

    General Dart TopicsCharis writes "
     
     Once again this year I travelled to the UK Open in Bolton - better at Horwich Parkway near Bolton. The weather was outstanding - warm, blue sky, sunshine. I never had better weather here!

     But the weather had a big disadvantage too - in the Reebok stadium it was even warmer then usually, it was disagreeable warm and the hugh number of spectators made it even warmer. It was crowded more crowded then the last years I felt and it was almost impossible to really follow the matches. Only the matches on the main stage could be seen from every where. It would have been important to secure yourself a place in front on one of the boards but I was too late for this and only was able to follow the Preliminary Round matches of Bernd Roith and Maik Langendorf from row 5 or six. Both had no problems at all and were cheered by several German fans. I fought my way further on to watch Tomas Seyler who played not successful at all against Jason Wilson. Beside I followed the close match between Conan Whitehead and Roland Scholten on the main stage and saw how James Wade on one of the neighbouring got an easy win against his first round opponent.
    "

    Posted by site_admin on Monday, June 17 @ 18:04:30 CDT (1464 reads)
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     The long road back to 'fun' darts.

    General Dart TopicsErik writes "For the longest time I wanted to compete in BIG tournaments. The Lucky Lites Strike tournaments of the '80's were driving me to throw more and more and pushing me to improve my game constantly. Then I moved back to Canada and there I found a different driving force: Team BC. I worked at my game and tried to push myself to get better all the time.

    A return to the US and several years of off-again on-again darts found me driving for competition again and a return to tournaments (The Oregon Open in 2003 or 2004) really wet my appetite for competitive darts. I believe my match with Wade Wilcox (you'd probably read about it here years ago) was the catalyst. I knew I could beat him, I just didn't and THAT is what drives me as a competitive player: the chance to win, to beat someone I see as a better player."

    Posted by site_admin on Wednesday, April 10 @ 10:33:31 CDT (2306 reads)
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