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