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Thursday, July 30, 2009

from the email stack... info reguest.... dartboard purchase...

Sometimes I get questions about dart products so I thought that I would share one here....

Q: Hello! I m wondering if you can tell me where I can purchase a tourney dart board.
Thanks for your time!

Sorry for the late reply, but I've been a bit busy getting set for our league's next season, but to answer your question I would have to say that my two favorite choices when shopping for dart products are a-zdarts.com and muller recreational products our league and our team sponsors have both purchased dartboards from these vendors.

From a-zdarts.com we purchased the Eclipse Pro from Unicorn for regular league use (the boards were great and held up well for two seasons), but the price was too high to purchase 28 boards for a tournament (http://vcda.org/GCSO-II.html), so instead we purchased the 180 Gladiator Dartboard because the price was right (there seems to have been a price increase since the date of our purchase). Out of the box there were 3 boards that had factory defects, but that does not seem to be too unusual for large orders. There were no complaints from players during the during the tournamnet. However some of the boards were sold after the tournament and had some problems with several of the boards (click this link to see pictures of the boards problem and read the dart forum discussion of the dartboard) of which I have posted pictures. Granted that others post that they have had good experiences with the Gladiator for the price I would consider other options.

For our most recent purchase of dartboards for our league's play venues we went with the
muller recreational products dartboard:DB-750 - Tournament Razor Dartboard we currently have 4 of them hanging in one of our sponsors venues. The DB-750 - Tournament Razor Dartboard has been up and been available for league (there are at no less than 2 teams playing on these boards one night a week) and public use since January of this year and they show no excessive wear and tear. You can read mine and other darters thoughts on the muller board at this sewa-darts.com (click this link to read the thread).

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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Monday, July 27, 2009

from the email stack... ADO Region II-2... Regional Qualifier

Reminder!

The next regional is for the US Team where the winners will go on to compete at the National Playoffs in Denver, Colorado in October. The date for the men's regional is set for Sunday August 2nd at 10am for sign-ups and 11am start time at the Fleet Reserve in Poway. I was advised that the management has arranged for food to be available that day, more than likely at their usual $5 a plate, to help support the event.

Please pass the word along to any you think might be interested.

If you need the address or directions, please let me know. Looking forward to seeing everyone there.

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Address:
It is on the bottom level of a duplex style office type building, but not too hard to find. If you need additional details, please email me directly.

Fleet Reserve
14231 Garden Rd
Poway, CA
858-486-2300

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Take care!!!

Anne
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Sunday, July 26, 2009

world matchplay - 2009; Phil Taylor vs. Terry Jenkins... final...

21st leg:
Jenkins wins the leg after Taylor misses 4 darts at a double...
Taylor 17-4

22nd leg:
Taylor takes the leg and the match...
Taylor 18-4 final.
Match Stats

Phil Taylor

18-4

Terry Jenkins

28

100+

34

22

140+

13

10

180

2

35.35

Ave1

30.77

106.05

Ave3

92.32

144,121,116,104

High Finish

128

9

Legs Against Throw

1

(click this link for the full report....)

world matchplay - 2009; Phil Taylor vs. Terry Jenkins... 4th break...

16th leg:
Avg so far:
Taylor = 110
Jenkins = 90
Taylor 14-2

17th leg:
Taylor wins the leg...
Taylor 15-2

18th leg:
Another leg for Taylor despite giving Jenkins 2 darts at a double...
Taylor 16-2

19th leg:
Jenkins wins a leg
Taylor 16-3

20th leg:
Taylor takes the leg....
Taylor 17-3 at the 4th break!

world matchplay - 2009; Phil Taylor vs. Terry Jenkins... 3rd break...

11th leg:
Jenkins to throw...
180 from Taylor steals the advantage from Jenkins...
Jenkins could not finish the 132 and Taylor takes the leg against the throw....
s16, d8
Taylor 9-2

12th leg:
Taylor hits his 7th 180 of the match...
Jenkins if struggling to find the target....
Taylor 10-2

13th leg:
Avg so far:
Taylor = 111
Jenkins = 90
Taylor has one dart at a double but misses..
Jenkins had 2 darts at a double, but could not finish.
Taylor wins the leg.
Taylor 11-2

14th leg;
With strong scoring Taylor dominates this leg...
Taylor 12-2

15th leg:
Taylor finishes the 121 with s20, t17, Bull...
Taylor 13-2 at the third break

world matchplay - 2009; Phil Taylor vs. Terry Jenkins... 2nd break...

6th leg:
Taylor 140, 180, 140,
Jenkins 100, 81, 100
Taylor s9, d16 to win the leg
Taylor 5-1

7th leg:
Both players score well during this leg, but Jenkins misses the Double to allow Taylor the chance at a finish.
Taylor takes the leg...
Taylor 6-1

8th leg:
Jenkins is having difficulty getting consistent high scores.
Taylor Busts the 32 finish... s16, s8, d13....
Jenkins takes the leg...
Taylor 6-2

9th leg:
Taylor hits his 5th 180 of the match!
Taylor holds on to win the match despite Jenkins strong scores...
Taylor 7-2

10th leg:
Taylor is increasing his advantage with solid scores...
Taylor takes the leg...
Taylor 8-2 at the 2nd break!

world matchplay - 2009; Phil Taylor vs. Terry Jenkins...

1st leg:
Jenkins to throw first
140, 100, 100, to reach 161 three dart finish and Jenkins on 175...
Taylor 116 left
Jenkins 76 left
Taylor finishes the 116 to steal the leg...
Taylor 1-0

2nd leg:
137, 60, 85, 135 to leave 84
100, 80 with one dart on the floor,55,77,
Taylor finishes the 84 with 3 darts to win the leg
Taylor 2-0

3rd leg:
Taylor 83, 140, 134,
Jenkins 81,96, 140, 100
Taylor finishes 144 for a 12 darter to steal another leg
Taylor 3-0


4th leg:
Neither player is scoring that strong in this leg, but Jenkins wins his first leg with a 128 finish.
Taylor 3-1

5th leg:
Avg so far:
Taylor 109
Jenkins 91
Taylor takes this leg to stretch his lead...
Taylor 4-1 at the break!
Doubles hit:
Jenkins = 100%
Taylor = 50%

Saturday, July 25, 2009

world matchplay 25 July 2009: Today's results...

Saturday July 25
Semi-Finals
stanjames.com World Matchplay
Semi-Finals

Ronnie Baxter 12-17 Terry Jenkins
Phil Taylor 17-6 Mervyn King
Best of 33 legs

(full report click this link...)

world matchplay - 25 July 2009: Phil Taylor v Mervyn King... final.

21st leg:
King to throw first...
Taylor reaches a 3 dart finish first.
King just misses the 150 finish hitting 132.
Taylor hits the d12 to take the leg against the throw.
Taylor 15-6

22nd leg:
Taylor is scoring is strong in this leg reaching a 3 dart finish first.
With King on 115 Taylor hits t16, s16, d16 to take the leg.
Taylor 16-6

23rd leg.
Taylor 140, 180, 137, and finishes the 44.
Leg and Match to Taylor!
Taylor 17-6

world matchplay - 25 July 2009: Phil Taylor v Mervyn King at the 1st break...

16th leg:
Taylor throws his 10th 180 of the match.
With King on 106 Taylor takes out the 20 on the first dart.
Taylor 10-6

17th leg:
Taylor Reaches a 3dart finish first and finishes the 124 to steal the leg against the throw.
Taylor 11-6

18th leg:
Taylor 140, 97, 100, 60,
King 45, 100, 58,45,
Taylor finishes 104; t20, s4, d20
Taylor 12-6

19th leg:
Taylor takes the leg against the throw.
Taylor 13-6

20th leg:
The crowd has started to sing Taylor's song! Walkin' in the Taylor Wonderland.
With King looking as if he is suffering from the heat, Taylor finishes this leg rather smoothly, cool, calm and collected.
Taylor 14-6

world matchplay - 25 July 2009: Phil Taylor v Mervyn King at the 3rd break...

11th leg:
Taylor is not putting any pressure on Kings throw and King hits the 180 to leave 61.
King wins the leg.
Taylor 6-5

12th leg:
Taylor wins the leg..
Taylor 7-5

13th leg:
Taylor 180,180, T20, s19... 32 left
s16, d8... Taylor breaks King's throw.
King 8-5

14th leg:
King seems to be wilting under the pressure in this leg...
Taylor finishes 40 (3 darts at the d20) with King on 90
Taylor 9-5

15th leg:
King is throwing well enough to just hold his advantage, and wins an 11 dart leg.
Taylor 9-6

world matchplay - 25 July 2009: Phil Taylor v Mervyn King at the 2nd break...

6th leg:
Taylor 180, 180, 92... Taylor wins in 11 darts...
King 180, 60, 81,
Taylor 4-2

7th leg:
King is throwing strong enough to hold his advantage, but Taylor is close behind.
King takes the leg in 13 darts.
Taylor 4-3

8th leg:
Avg so far...
Taylor=106
King=92
With King on 120 Taylor misses the d16 3 times.
King leave 20, and Taylor takes the leg.
5-3 Taylor

9th leg:
King 180, 100, 120 (with one dart on the floor)
Taylor 140, 137, 98,
King wins the leg.
Taylor 5-4

10th leg:
Taylor 180, 99, 100, 90
King 60, 125, 140,140
Taylor takes the leg....
Taylor 6-4 at the break!

world matchplay - 25 July 2009: Phil Taylor v Mervyn King at the 1st break...

1st leg:
King to throw first...
The crowd is very much on Taylor's side and the boos rain down on King...
Taylor 140, 180, 100, s19,t15, s1, on the next turn d8 to win the leg..
Taylor leads 1-0

2nd leg:
Taylor is putting the pressure on King's throw with solid scoring...
With King on 208 taylor finishes 100...
Taylor 2-0

3rd leg:
King has missed 4 darts at a double, and Taylor misses 2!
King hits the double to hold his throw.
Taylor 2-1

4th leg:
Taylor holds his throw.
Taylor 3-1

5th leg:
King 140, 100, 85,136
Taylor 60, 180, 100, 123
and King needs his 2nd dart to finish the 40.
Taylor 3-2

world matchplay - 25 July 2009: Ronnie Baxter v Terry Jenkins - final

26th leg:
Baxter to throw first...
Jenkins steals the leg.
Jenkins 15-11

27th leg:
Jenkins finishes the leg effortlessly...
Jenkins 16-11


28th leg:
Solid scoring gives Baxter the first chance at a 2 dart finish.
Baxter finishes 88; t20, d14 to win the leg.
Jenkins 16-12

29th leg:
Jenkins is on a 3 dart finish at 132, but can't finish it.
Baxter has a try at 145, but can't get done.
Jenkins first dart d20 to take the leg and the match!
Jenkins wins the match 17-12!

world matchplay - 25 July 2009: Ronnie Baxter v Terry Jenkins at the 5th break...

21st leg:
Jenkins to throw first...
Baxter opens with a 140, but follows with a 60, then 140 to reach 161.
Jenkins shoots to finish 58, but leaves 20
Baxter finishes a 40 and steals the leg!
Jenkins 12-9

22nd leg:
Baxter holds his throw.
Jenkins 12-10

23rd leg:
Jenkins hits his 2nd 180 of the match.
Jenkins holds his throw!
Jenkins 13-10

24th leg:
Baxter wins the leg with ease.
Jenkins 13-11

25th leg:
Baxter hits the 180!
Jenkins just holds his advantage reaching a 3 dart finish first.
Jenkins closes out 54 on 2 darts to win the leg.
Jenkis 14-11

world matchplay - 25 July 2009: Ronnie Baxter v Terry Jenkins at the 4th break...

16th leg:
Baxter to throw first...
Baxter is just holding his advantage and reaches a 3 dart finish first.
Baxter hits the d20 to win the leg with Jenkins on 167.
Jenkins 10-6

17th leg:
Jenkins reaches a 3 dart finish first, but does not take out the 103 leaveing 36.
Baxter does not finish and Jenkins takes the leg.
Jenkins 11-6

18th leg:
Baxter throws solid darts to reach a one dart out, but cannot finish a 10.
Jenkins does not finish a 164, and Baxter takes the leg.
Jenkins 11-7

19th leg:
Baxter is throwing well and has the advantage in the leg, but Jenkins strikes back with a 140.
Jenkins hits the 120 finish for the leg.
Jenkins 12-7

20th leg:
Baxter 180 to press ahead in his throw.
Baxter holds his throw!
Jenkins 12-8

world matchplay - 25 July 2009: Ronnie Baxter v Terry Jenkins at the 3rd break...

11th leg:
Baxter seems to have found his form and is threatening to steal this leg.
Jenkins could not finish a 132 missing the Bull by a wide margin, and Baxter takes the leg against the throw.
Jenkins 7-4

12th leg:
Baxter's scoring seems to have escaped him at this moment but he still has a chance to hold his throw...
Jenkins finds the double first and takes the leg.
Jenkins 8-4

13th leg:
Baxter misses a chance at the double and Jenkins holds his throw.
Jenkins 9-4

14th leg:
Baxter holds his throw.
Jenkins 9-5

15th leg:
The players are pounding in the 140's in this leg.
Baxter had a chance to steal this leg, but misses the Bull to finish the 82.
Jenkins finishes 56; s16, s20, d10
Jenkins 10-5 at the 3rd break!

world matchplay - 25 July 2009: Ronnie Baxter v Terry Jenkins at the 2nd break...

6th leg:
solid scoring from Jenkins so far this leg.
Baxter hits 180 to leave 15, but Jenkins finishes 38 on one dart.
Jenkins leads 5-1

7th leg:
Jenkins takes the leg.
Jenkins 6-1

8th leg:
both players miss at least 6 darts at the doubles. It looks as if no one wants to win this leg, but Baxter hits the double and holds his throw!
Jenkins 6-2

9th leg:
Solid Baxter had a chance to steal this leg with one dart at a d16, but he could not hit it.
Jenkins wins the leg.
Jenkins 7-2

10th leg:
Neither player could finish a 40 in 3 darts, but Baxter was able to take out d5 in 2 darts to win the leg.
Jenkins 7-3

world matchplay - 25 July 2009: Ronnie Baxter v Terry Jenkins at the first break...

Ronnie Baxter v Terry Jenkins Semi-Finals - Best of 33 legs
1st leg:
Jenkins to throw first..
there was solid scoring and Jenkins takes the first leg...

2nd leg:
Jenkins hits the first 180 of the match.
Baxter leaves 79 and Jenkins hits the 36 to wind the leg...
Jenkins 2-0 in legs.

3rd leg:
Jenkins has not been scoring very well this leg and Baxter is threatening to break Jenkins throw but cannot hit the d20 to finish.
Jenkins takes the leg.
Jenkins 3-0

4th leg:
Baxter takes his first leg to hold his throw.
Jenkins 3-1

5th leg:
Jenkins finishes 131 to take the leg.
Jenkins leads 4-1 at the break!

Friday, July 24, 2009

from the email stack... July 24, 2009

Darters,
One of our friends in darts, Jan Bulai, passed away on Wednesday, July 22nd. Jan had been battling with breast cancer for many years, which was in remission for some period.
Jan lived in East San Diego county with her husband of many years Dennis. She played with the GSDDA Women's All Star team for a long time, and played on many league teams over the years, until her sickness would not allow her to play. Jan played on ladies league dart teams with Sue Noon, Sue Carmichael, Tracy Leicester, Anne Jones, and Gina Aguero, and many others. She was one of the early GSDDA members (started playing in 1978), and played darts at a very high level of excellence. She had told me in the past that she had a sponsor during the 1980s and played professionally all over the US, doing very well in many national tournaments.
I also believe that Jan was a member of the Moonspinners Ladies Darting Association for many years.
Jan operated her own business for many years, organizing estate sales, for which she was very successful.
For those of us that knew her, she will be greatly missed. Please pray for her family in this tough time.
Sadly,
Charles Bradish
San Diego, CA
GSDDA

World Matchplay - 24 Jul 2009 - todays matches....

Friday's Matches:
Friday July 24
Afternoon Session
Quarter-Finals
Mervyn King 16-6 Vincent van der Voort
Terry Jenkins 1-12 Raymond van Barneveld

Evening Session
James Wade 10-16 Ronnie Baxter
Phil Taylor 16-3 Adrian Lewis

Quarter-Finals - Best of 31 legs
Semi-Finals - Best of 33 legs
Final - Best of 35 legs
Each match must be won by two clear legs. There will be no tie break and the match will continue until one player achieves a two-leg lead.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

world matchplay - 23 jul 2009 - today's results....

Thursday July 23
Afternoon Session
Mervyn King 13-8 Steve Beaton
Vincent van der Voort 13-6 Wayne Mardle
Terry Jenkins 14-12 Denis Ovens

Evening Session
Ronnie Baxter 16-14 Alan Tabern
Raymond van Barneveld 13-11 Mark Walsh
James Wade 13-7 Gary Anderson

(click this link for the full match report...)

Friday's Matches:
Friday July 24
Afternoon Session (8am EDT start)
Quarter-Finals
Mervyn King v Vincent van der Voort
Terry Jenkins v Raymond van Barneveld

Evening Session (2pm EDT start)
James Wade v Ronnie Baxter
Phil Taylor v Adrian Lewis

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

World Matchplay - 22 Jul 2009 - Today's results

Wednesday July 22
Afternoon Session
Alan Tabern 10-5 Andy Smith
Terry Jenkins 10-4 Peter Wright
Dennis Priestley 5-10 Denis Ovens
Mark Walsh 10-5 Andy Jenkins


Evening Session (2pm EDT start)
Raymond van Barneveld 10-3 Michael van Gerwen
Second Round first to 13 legs:
Adrian Lewis 13-5 Colin Lloyd
Phil Taylor 13-3 Kevin Painter

(click this link for full results...)

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

world matchplay - 21 Jul 2009 - Ronnie Baxter v Jelle Klaasen final.

at the 13th leg both players were averaging 95 and Klaasen pulls up to within on leg Baxter 7-6

18th leg Baxter to throw first with the match with Baxter leading 9-8 and needing a win to take the match. There was strong enough scoring in this match to see Klassen leave himself 16, and Baxter step to the line with 80. Baxter first dart t20, second dart misses the d10 wide! Third dart dead center d1o. Leg win Baxter!

Ronnie Baxter 10-8 Jelle Klaasen final.


stanjames.com World Matchplay
First Round
Tuesday July 21

Andy Hamilton 6-10 Gary Anderson
John Part 6-10 Vincent van der Voort
James Wade 10-3 Jamie Caven
(link to full report...)

world matchplay

the 6th leg sees Klaasen take his first leg of the match finishing a 65 with 25, d20!
the 7th leg marks another leg for Klaasen!
the 8th leg sees 180's by both players and a third leg for Klaasen!
9th leg again get's the 180 from Klaasen and leads him to his 4th leg!
10th leg see Klaasen hit another 180 to leave 47 and pressurize Baxter's next shot a 58!
Baxter s18, d20 to win the leg, and stops Klaasen's head long charge...

Ronnie Baxter 6-4 Jelle Klaasen at the 2nd break....

world matchplay - 21 Jul 2009 - Ronnie Baxter v Jelle Klaasen at the 1st break...

Baxter's 100 average and 83% checkout rate pretty well tells the tale of this first session of the match! To very quick shooters started fast and kept up the pace on every dart there after. Klaasen scored well enough, 97 average, but a few missed doubles cost him any chance at taking any legs for himself....

Ronnie Baxter 5-0 Jelle Klaasen at the 1st break...

World Matchplay - 21 Jul 2009 - James Wade v Jamie Caven final

This session of the match saw Caven rally back for one more leg, but in the end inconsistent scoring and a missed double or two would put an end to his chances. Wade wins the match!

James Wade 10-3 Jamie Caven final...

World Matchplay - 21 Jul 2009 - James Wade v Jamie Caven at the 2nd break...

These legs saw Caven fight back to keep his chances alive by demonstrating stronger scoring and solid finishing....

James Wade 8-2 Jamie Caven at the 2nd break...

World Matchplay - 21 Jul 2009 - James Wade v Jamie Caven at the break...

The first 5 legs of this match saw Wade benefit from Caven having difficulty putting up good score...

James Wade 5-1 Jamie Caven at the break...

World Matchplay - 21 Jul 2009 ... John Part v Vincent van der Voort final...

These last few legs saw very inconsistent scoring by both players, and in the 14th leg Part was able to keep his hope alive with some strong scoring and missed doubles by van der Voort. However Part's hopes were short lived...
John Part 6-10 Vincent van der Voort final!

World Matchplay - 21 Jul 2009 ... John Part v Vincent van der Voort at the break...

the 7th leg saw both players miss at least 6 darts at the double, but Part was able to take the leg against the throw...
John Part 3-4 Vincent van der Voort

8th leg:
Part levels it 4-4



John Part 4-6 Vincent van der Voort at the 2nd break...

World Matchplay - 21 Jul 2009 ... John Part v Vincent van der Voort at the break...

Both players held their throw during the first 2 legs, but van der Voort proved to be too strong over the next 3 legs...

John Part 1-4 Vincent van der Voort at the 1st break....

World Matchplay - 21 Jul 2009 - Andy Hamilton v Gary Anderson... final

Anderson continued with strong scoring to hold his advantage through to the end. Hamilton's scoring was solid, but strong finishing by Anderson really sealed the deal.

Andy Hamilton 6-10 Gary Anderson final....

World Matchplay - 21 Jul 2009 - Andy Hamilton v Gary Anderson... at the 2nd break...

So far the play has be very close with both players hitting solid scores and Anderson is hitting his doubles well!

Andy Hamilton 4-6 Gary Anderson at the 2nd break...

World Matchplay - 21 Jul 2009 - Andy Hamilton v Gary Anderson... at the 1st break...

Hamilton started by taking the first 2 legs, but Anderson was able to pull himself back and win the next 3 legs to take the lead into the break!

Andy Hamilton 2-3 Gary Anderson at the break...

Monday, July 20, 2009

Sky Sports To Show SA Masters - 19 Jul 2009

THE 2009 Emperors Palace South African Masters will be shown live on Sky Sports in the UK.

The tournament sees four leading PDC stars take on the top four South Africans in a knockout event at Johannesburg's Emperors Palace Casino on Sunday September 27.

The four South Africans will be the semi-finalists from the previous day's PDC South African Open, which has been won in the last two years by Charles Losper. (click here for full article...)

World Matchplay - 20 Jul 2009 Wayne Mardle v Tony Eccles final

Wayne Mardle 10-1 Tony Eccles final.

stanjames.com World Matchplay
Monday July 20
(7pm start)
Kevin Painter 10-3 Wes Newton
Colin Osborne 7-10 Steve Beaton
Phil Taylor 10-4 Robert Thornton

(link to full report...)

World Matchplay - 20 Jul 2009 Wayne Mardle v Tony Eccles at the 2nd break...

Wayne Mardle 9-1 Tony Eccles

World Matchplay - 20 Jul 2009 Wayne Mardle v Tony Eccles at the break...

Wayne Mardle 4-1 Tony Eccles at the 1st break...

World Matchplay - 20 Jul 2009: Phil Taylor v Robert Thornton

Phil Taylor 10-4 Robert Thornton final!

Next Match:
Wayne Mardle v Tony Eccles

World Matchplay - 20 Jul 2009 : Phil Taylor v Robert Thornton at the 2nd break....

Phil Taylor 8-2 Robert Thornton

Sunday, July 19, 2009

World Matchplay - 19 Jul 2009... Mervyn King v Mark Dudbridge

stanjames.com World Matchplay
First Round

Sunday July 19
Adrian Lewis 10-7 Co Stompe
Colin Lloyd 10-7 Wayne Jones
Mervyn King 10-7 Mark Dudbridge

Full match report link...

World Matchplay - 19 Jul 2009: Lloyd vs Jones at the 2nd break...

16th leg:
Lloyd 180 to leave 188
Lloyd wins the leg against the throw.
Lloyd leads 9-7

18th leg:
Lloyd to throw first...
Lloyd wins the leg to win the match.
Lloyd wins 10-7!

This match saw many extremes from both players... there was some great scoring and finishing. while at other times it look very much like both players were struggling to find their form.

possible stream:
http://www.atdhe.net/4830/watch-pdc-world-matchplay
http://www.justin.tv/dart501

World Matchplay - 19 Jul 2009: Lloyd vs Jones st the 2nd break...

11th leg:
Jones takes the leg against the throw!
Lloyd leads 6-5

12th leg:
Jones hits a 13 darter to level the match!
all even 6-6

13th leg:
Lloyd takes this leg....
Lloyd leads 7-6

14th leg:
Lloyd wins the leg against the throw...
Lloyd leads 8-6

15th leg:
Jones takes out the 121 finish s20, t17, Bull!
Lloyd leads 8-7 at the break!

possible stream:
http://www.atdhe.net/4830/watch-pdc-world-matchplay
http://www.justin.tv/dart501

World Matchplay - 19 Jul 2009: Lloyd vs Jones at the 2nd break...

6th leg:
Jones hits 180 to leave 161
Jones misses badly trying to finish 24 for a bust.
Lloyd does not finish it so Jones finishes the 24 on the first dart this time.
all level at 3 each in legs.

7th leg:
Lloyd wins the leg against the throw...
Lloyd leads 4-3

8th leg:
Jones takes a leg that was not very remarkable...
it's all level 4-4

9th leg:
Lloyd takes the leg...
Lloyd leads 5-4

10th leg
back to back 180's one by each player!
an 11 dart leg for the win by Lloyd!
Lloyd leads 6-4 at the 2nd break!

possible streams:
http://www.atdhe.net/4830/watch-pdc-world-matchplay
http://www.justin.tv/dart501

World Matchplay - 19 Jul 2009: Lloyd vs Jones at the break...

Colin Lloyd v Wayne Jones

1st leg:
Lloyd to throw first...
both players hit a few tons
Jones hits a 180 leaving 57
Lloyd holds on the take the leg


2nd leg:
Jones hits the 180 leave 240 Lloyd on 316
Jones 140 to leave 52
Jones misses the finish leaving 16
Lloyd trys for 100 and leaves 60
Jones bust
Lloyd wins the leg!
Lloyd leads 2-0

3rd leg:
Jones takes the leg... both players had trouble making consistent scores...
Lloyd leads 2-1

4th leg:
Lloyd wins the leg...
Lloyd leads 3-1

5th leg:
Jones takes the leg...
Lloyd leads 3-2 at the break!

possible streams:
http://www.atdhe.net/4830/watch-pdc-world-matchplay
http://www.justin.tv/dart501

World Matchplay - 19 Jul 2009: Lewis vs. Stompe... final

16th leg:
Lewis hits 180 to leave 65
Lewis takes the leg
Lewis leads 9-7


17th leg:
Lewis takes the leg and the match!
Lewis wins 10-7!

Stompe put out a big effort to come back in that match, but fell a bit short!

possible streams:
http://www.atdhe.net/4830/watch-pdc-world-matchplay
http://www.justin.tv/dart501

World Matchplay - 19 Jul 2009: Lewis vs. Stompe... at the 3rd break

11th leg:
Stompe takes the leg...
Lewis 7-4

12th leg:
Lewis finishes the 88 with s20, s18, Bull for the win!
Lewis leads 8-4

13th leg:
Stompe finishes 127 with s20, t19, Bull for the win! He's not giving up!
Lewis Leads 8-5

14th
Stompe hits a 180 to leave 81!
Stompe wins the leg!
Lewis leads 8-6

15th
Stompe... 177, 180 to open the leg!
Stompe takes the leg in 12 darts!
Lewis Leads 8-7 at the break!

possible streams:
http://www.atdhe.net/4830/watch-pdc-world-matchplay
http://www.justin.tv/dart501

World Matchplay - 19 Jul 2009: Lewis vs. Stompe... at the 2nd break

6th leg:
Lewis to throw first...
Again this leg opens slowly, but Stompe hits his first 180 and Lewis responds with a 135.
Stompe takes the leg against the throw!
Lewis 4-2

7th leg:
180 for lewis to leave 100!
Stompe does not have a finish and Lewis wins the leg.
Lewis 5-2

8th leg:
Stompe has a chance to win the leg but cannot finish a 20!
Lewis wins the leg!
Lewis 6-2

9th leg:
Stompe hits the 180
Stompe finishes 28 to win the leg with Lewis on 160.
Lewis 6-3

10th leg:
Lewis streches his lead with a win!
Lewis 7-3


possible streams:
http://www.atdhe.net/4830/watch-pdc-world-matchplay
http://www.justin.tv/dart501

World Matchplay - 19 Jul 2009: Lewis vs. Stompe... at the break

Adrian Lewis v Co Stompe

1st leg:
Stompe to throw first...
we are off to a slow start with low scoring, but the players are finding their form...
Stompe wins the leg finishing a 95.
Stompe 0-1

2nd leg:
No over powering scores from either player just yet, but there have been some scores above ton by both players.
Lewis misses his first chance to take the leg leaving 20, but Stompe can't take the leg and Lewis wins the leg with s10, d5.
it's all level

3rd leg:
Not very strong finishing by either player and Lewis wins the leg against the throw..
Lewis leads 2-1

4th leg:
Lewis hits the first 180 of the match.
Lewis wins and leads 3-1 in legs

5th leg;
Lewis seems to be finding his scoring ability hitting 140 and a some other ton plus scores...
Lewis takes the leg with a s20, d20
Lewis leads 4-1 at the break.

possible streams:
http://www.atdhe.net/4830/watch-pdc-world-matchplay
http://www.justin.tv/dart501

World Matchplay - 19 Jul 2009

Schedule of Play
First Round
Sunday July 19
Adrian Lewis v Co Stompe
Colin Lloyd v Wayne Jones
Mervyn King v Mark Dudbridge

Monday July 20
Kevin Painter v Wes Newton
Colin Osborne v Steve Beaton
Phil Taylor v Robert Thornton
Wayne Mardle v Tony Eccles

Tuesday July 21
Andy Hamilton v Gary Anderson
John Part v Vincent van der Voort
James Wade v Jamie Caven
Ronnie Baxter v Jelle Klaasen

Wednesday July 22
Afternoon Session
Alan Tabern v Andy Smith
Terry Jenkins v Peter Wright
Dennis Priestley v Denis Ovens
Mark Walsh v Andy Jenkins

Evening Session
Raymond van Barneveld v Michael van Gerwen
(full article...)

Format
First Round - Best of 19 legs
Second Round - Best of 25 legs
Quarter-Finals - Best of 31 legs
Semi-Finals - Best of 33 legs
Final - Best of 35 legs
Each match must be won by two clear legs. There will be no tie break and the match will continue until one player achieves a two-leg lead.

possible streams:
http://www.atdhe.net/4830/watch-pdc-world-matchplay
http://www.justin.tv/dart501
http://www.justin.tv/uggla/

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

from the email stack...

Hello friends of Nick Spare,

Nick Spare passed away in his sleep. He leaves behind his wife Elizabeth and son Ethan. Nick was certainly the center of a lot of wonderful memories and circles of friends. I won't be able to attend his services because my mother is ill, but my love and prayers go to his family and friends. Please keep his wife Elizabeth, son Ethan and the rest of their family in your prayers. Nick's mother is not well enough to attend the services, but his father and brother will be flying in from England.
Katie Harris

If you would like to make a donation in lieu of flowers, the family has established a trust fund to help pay for Nick's son Ethan's education. If there is not a branch near you...

contact:

Fifth Third Bank

DOWNTOWN BLUE ASH

9477 KENWOOD ROAD

CINCINNATI, OH 45242

For more information, you can call the bank: (513) 791-4800 You can find the nearest branch at

www.53.com

Linda Endo



Details for the Memorial Service
Date: Wednesday, July 15th
Visitation: 5PM - 7PM
Celebration: 7:00 PM
(Followed by a reception)

Strawser Funeral Home
9503 Kenwood Road
Blue Ash, OH 45242

Phone: (513) 791-7203

Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Two Time World Champion Dennis "The Menace" Priestley

Two Time World Champion Dennis "The Menace" Priestley

Thursday July 9th 8:00PM

The Rock Bar and Grill
414 Main Ave
Clifton, NJ 07014
973-916-1888

Don’t miss your chance to see a two time World Dart Champion up close and personal at The Rock Bar and Grill! “The Menace” will throw against top players from the ABCD & NY/NJ Metro Area!!

$2.00 Coors Light Drafts all night and Luck of The Draw to Follow.

for info email bob"at"jerseydarts.com
Flier link...

Monday, July 06, 2009

SEWA Trivia contest.....

Times running out! If you want to show what you know about darts trivia, now is the time to go to:
sewa-darts.com (trivia thread link...)

Are you interested in a Trivia contest and know everything about the LVDC???

Want to win a great prize??
what are you waiting for??? follow the link... (trivia thread link...)

Sunday, July 05, 2009

Some California Dart Tournaments...

Fri.-Sun 10/2-10/4
2009 SF Open - Flier link
$10,000 Steel-tip Dart Tournament
San Francisco Airport Marriot

Ventura County Dart Association
and
the Seaside Highland Games
Present the:
"Gold Coast Shootout - II"
$5,000 Steel-tip Dart Tournament
October 10-11, 2009 (info page link)
vcda.org

SAN DIEGO MEMORIAL DART TOURNAMENT
$ 6,000.00 - GUARANTEED
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6, 2009
watch this page for the 2009 flier - link

Saturday, July 04, 2009

So. Cal 4th of July Darting events

Bench Warmer "OH MY" July 4th Blind Draw Food Drive

Saturday, July 4, 2009
Starts at 2:00 pm sharp
Oh My Masters Independence Day 2009 Tournament
This will be a Food Share Food Drive Benefit
Entry Fee $10 plus 2 can's (non-perishable food items) of food
Rosie and Bob Cobb will have the grill fired up for hot dogs and hamburgers!

Bench Warmer - link

Hope to see you there!


Correction on Saturday night entry fee. Extra $ goes towards dart tournament, free raffle and party at end of 20 weeks.

The Dolphin Lounge
Soft-Tip Blind Draw
Saturday July 4th
7.30 sign-ups 8.00pm start
$11.00 entry
1274 S. Magnolia
Anaheim, ca 92804
714-821-1668
=======================================================
The Dolphin Lounge
Soft-Tip Blind Draw
$500.00 Guaranteed
Sunday July 5th
1.30 sign-ups 2.00pm start
$10.00 entry
======================================================

Today's stream....

http://www.justin.tv/daave2

I'm now told the the broadcast will not start until half past the hour....
the stream will be at:
http://www.justin.tv/uggla

Friday, July 03, 2009

Desert Classic Round Two - 04 Jul 2009

The last 16 faced off at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, with all eight games taking place in one session on Friday.

PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII
Second Round
James Wade 8-4 Andy Hamilton
Phil Taylor 8-0 Dennis Priestley
Adrian Lewis 8-1 Peter Manley
John Part 8-7 Jelle Klaasen
Wes Newton 3-8 Gary Anderson
Raymond van Barneveld 8-2 Co Stompe
Terry Jenkins 8-3 Colin Lloyd
Mervyn King 8-7 Kevin Painter

Quarter-Finals
Saturday, 11am start (7pm BST)
John Part v Terry Jenkins
Raymond van Barneveld v Mervyn King
Phil Taylor v Gary Anderson
James Wade v Adrian Lewis
Best of 19 legs
(full article...)

SEWA-DARTS.COM has launched it's first newsletter....

From: Team SEWA World! Might be you stumbled as some of us did on the SEWA Homepage over the sentence: “Subscribe to the SEWA newsletter”. The sentence has disappeared in the meantime because till now no newsletter existed. It was a project Erik had on mind when he founded the SEWA forum but somehow it never happened and in the end was forgotten. But those of us who had stumbled over it thought a newsletter would be not a bad idea or at least something one could try. Of course a newsletter for a forum is a little bit tricky – a newsletter announces what is new on a site. But what really is “new” in a forum? Should we announce new discussions? New topics discussed? Is that really something not active members or active members would be interested to know? Should we announce something like: At the moment we discuss Phil Taylor´s throw come and join us? Or: zeeple has a used set of vintage darts to sell – come and have a look? We were not sure people what would really be interested in this…. In the end we decided what we could do was to pick up current topics in the article or review section – might be even write an article like I did with my LVDC article or George Silberzahn did with his Fable and combine this with the forums topics. This first newsletter is still a work in progress – we’re new to authoring a newsletter and to be sure we’ll improve and learn during the venture. We decided to publish it in time for a really important event – the Las Vegas Desert Classics – and of course want to include another very important event – the Pacmania II. Here it is – we hope you’ll enjoy it and you’ll get curious enough to log into SEWA! Charis George Silberzahn thought about the situation of the sport of darts in America and the result is a fable which starts like this: How Darts came and went: a Fable In the year 1960 there were a lot of bars and saloons and not many taverns or pubs and bars were gathering places for mostly neighborhood residents and the same people populated the bar stools night after night. Some bars had a brass foot rail still and some had a spittoon still and a few had a Lady’s entrance with tables & chairs still and beer & whisky was sold mostly and there were wicker baskets with pretzels on the bar and some sold sandwiches and some had soup and these were mostly gathering places for working people. Some bars had a ring suspended from the ceiling by a string and a large hook on the wall and this was a game where people would see who could swing the ring onto the hook. And some bars had shuffle boards & decks of cards for those so inclined and the game of knobles was played with coins and those in the game would guess at the total number held by all and bumper pool showed up and there were lots of games with which people occupied themselves. And bars had a dart board. Read on here: http://sewa-darts.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=904

Might be it will be the last Las Vegas Desert Classics though now Dartoid tells us it will not be the case – here some kind of a review: The Las Vegas Desert Classics For me the Las Vegas Desert Classics though a PDC tournament always were an American tournament – probably because Las Vegas for me is some kind of embodiment of America. Funny enough or might be in the end not really funny is that from my outside view the Americans never really adopted the tournament – the qualifier is still after all those years dominated by the British PDPA players and it never attracted the American masses to watch – it´s really not well known for a lot of atmosphere it´s more the opposite to the Premier League evenings which have got almost too much. Read on here: http://sewa-darts.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=903&mode=&order=0&thold=0

This year a sporting hero from a totally different kind of sport discovered his liking for darts, Manny Paquino, and he started to support darts with organising tournaments offering quite some price money. It looks there´ll be more of those tournaments called Pacmania. Find out more about Pacmania II and read what is planned in future. http://sewa-darts.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=905 http://sewa-darts.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=906 http://sewa-darts.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=907 http://sewa-darts.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=908

A few months ago in England a new darts magazine was published the first time: “We love Darts”.
Now already the fourth issue will be on the market and one hears a lot of enthusiastic comments. On SEWA you can find a review! http://sewa-darts.com/modules.php?name=Reviews&rop=showcontent&id=41

Another a lot discussed publication was Barneys “The Eye Of The Tiger”. Barney’s biography was first published two years ago in Holland. Now one can buy an English version. You can read more about the book here: http://sewa-darts.com/modules.php?name=Reviews&rop=showcontent&id=42

But that’s not all the SEWA news: Erik wrote a review of A.C.E. Moveable Points (http://sewa-darts.com/modules.php?name=Reviews&rop=showcontent&id=40)

Taechon tells us what he thinks of dart books (http://sewa-darts.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=902) and in the tournament forum you find a lot about the Pacmania while all LVDC news and updates will be posted in the PDC America forum. And there’ll be a LVDC Trivia contest with a great special prize for the winner! In the future all newsletters will only be sent to those who’ve ‘subscribed’ to receive them but I took the liberty to send to all registered users this one time in hopes that you might now subscribe to get future newsletters as Charis, Dart_Talker, George Silberzahn and other work to provide additional copies. Thanks Erik - Team SEWA World! Staff ==============================
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Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII - Terry Jenkins v Colin Lloyd (at the break...)

Terry Jenkins 4-1 Colin Lloyd (at the break...)
(full report...)
Stream:
(http://www.justin.tv/uggla)

Desert Classic Round Two - 03 Jul 2009: Raymond van Barneveld vs Co Stompe (final...)

Desert Classic Round Two - 03 Jul 2009
REPORTS from the second round at the PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic.

The last 16 face off at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, with all eight games taking place in one session on Friday.

PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII
Second Round
James Wade 8-4 Andy Hamilton
Phil Taylor 8-0 Dennis Priestley
Adrian Lewis 8-1 Peter Manley
John Part 8-7 Jelle Klaasen
Wes Newton 3-7 Gary Anderson
Raymond van Barneveld 8-2 Co Stompe (final...)
Next Matches:
Terry Jenkins v Colin Lloyd
Mervyn King v Kevin Painter

(full report...)
Stream:
http://www.justin.tv/uggla

Desert Classic Round Two - 03 Jul 2009

PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII
Second Round
James Wade 8-4 Andy Hamilton
Phil Taylor 8-0 Dennis Priestley
Adrian Lewis 8-1 Peter Manley
John Part 8-7 Jelle Klaasen
Wes Newton 3-7 Gary Anderson
Raymond van Barneveld 4-1 Co Stompe (at the break..)
Next Matches:
Terry Jenkins v Colin Lloyd
Mervyn King v Kevin Painter

(full report...)
Stream:
http://www.justin.tv/uggla

Desert Classic Round Two - 03 Jul 2009 - Wes Newton vs. Gary Anderson - final

REPORTS from the second round at the PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic.

The last 16 face off at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, with all eight games taking place in one session on Friday.

PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII
Second Round
James Wade 8-4 Andy Hamilton
Phil Taylor 8-0 Dennis Priestley
Adrian Lewis 8-1 Peter Manley
John Part 8-7 Jelle Klaasen
Wes Newton 3-8 Gary Anderson(Final..)
Next Matches:
Raymond van Barneveld v Co Stompe
Terry Jenkins v Colin Lloyd
Mervyn King v Kevin Painter

(full article...)
Stream:
http://www.justin.tv/uggla

Desert Classic Round Two - 03 Jul 2009: Wes Newton vs. Gary Anderson (at the break..)

Wes Newton 3-7 Gary Anderson(at the break..)
(full article...)
Stream:
http://www.justin.tv/uggla

Desert Classic Round Two - 03 Jul 2009 - Wes Newton vs. Gary Anderson(at the break..)

The last 16 face off at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, with all eight games taking place in one session on Friday.

PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII
Second Round
James Wade 8-4 Andy Hamilton
Phil Taylor 8-0 Dennis Priestley
Adrian Lewis 8-1 Peter Manley
John Part 8-7 Jelle Klaasen
Wes Newton 1-4 Gary Anderson(at the break..)
Next Matches:
Raymond van Barneveld v Co Stompe
Terry Jenkins v Colin Lloyd
Mervyn King v Kevin Painter

(full report...)
Stream:
http://www.justin.tv/uggla

PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII - John Part vs. Jelle Klaasen

Desert Classic Round Two
03 Jul 2009
REPORTS from the second round at the PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic.

The last 16 face off at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, with all eight games taking place in one session on Friday.

PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII
Second Round
James Wade 8-4 Andy Hamilton
Phil Taylor 8-0 Dennis Priestley
Adrian Lewis 8-1 Peter Manley
John Part 8-7 Jelle Klaasen (Final)
NEXT MATCHES:
Wes Newton v Gary Anderson
Raymond van Barneveld v Co Stompe
Terry Jenkins v Colin Lloyd
Mervyn King v Kevin Painter

(full article...)
Stream:
http://www.justin.tv/uggla

John Part 3-2 Jelle Klaasen (at the break..)

John Part 5-5 Jelle Klaasen (at the break..)

(full report...)
Stream:
http://www.justin.tv/uggla

John Part 3-2 Jelle Klaasen (at the break..)

John Part 3-2 Jelle Klaasen (at the break..)
http://www.pdc.tv/page/DesertClassicDetail/0,,10180~1713206,00.html
Stream:
http://www.justin.tv/uggla

Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII - Adrian Lewis VS. Peter Manley

Desert Classic Round Two
03 Jul 2009
REPORTS from the second round at the PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic.

The last 16 face off at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, with all eight games taking place in one session on Friday.

PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII
Second Round
James Wade 8-4 Andy Hamilton
Phil Taylor 8-0 Dennis Priestley
Adrian Lewis 8-1 Peter Manley
NEXT MATCH:
John Part v Jelle Klaasen
Wes Newton v Gary Anderson
Raymond van Barneveld v Co Stompe
Terry Jenkins v Colin Lloyd
Mervyn King v Kevin Painter

(FULL REPORT...)
Stream:
http://www.justin.tv/uggla

Desert Classic Round Two 03 Jul 2009

REPORTS from the second round at the PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic.

The last 16 face off at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, with all eight games taking place in one session on Friday.

PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII
Second Round
James Wade 8-4 Andy Hamilton
Phil Taylor 8-0 Dennis Priestley
Adrian Lewis 4-1 Peter Manley - at the break...

NEXT Matches...
John Part v Jelle Klaasen
Wes Newton v Gary Anderson
Raymond van Barneveld v Co Stompe
Terry Jenkins v Colin Lloyd
Mervyn King v Kevin Painter

(full report...)

Stream:
http://www.justin.tv/uggla

Thursday, July 02, 2009

Desert Classic Day Two - 03 Jul 2009

REPORTS from Thursday's first round games at the PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII.

The first round concluded with eight matches at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, featuring former champions Peter Manley and Raymond van Barneveld.

PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic
First Round
Mervyn King 6-3 Louis Blundell
Andy Hamilton 6-1 Chris White
Mark Walsh 4-6 Peter Manley
Colin Osborne 4-6 Co Stompe
Raymond van Barneveld 6-2 Bill Davis
James Wade 6-3 Phillip Hazel
Adrian Lewis 6-5 Vincent van der Voort
Kevin Painter 6-2 Darin Young

(full article...)

Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Dartoid's World - Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Greetings!

At the end of the first half of the first round of stage play here at the Desert Classic came the match the North Americans were waiting for and in the end there wasn't much to see.

Although Canadian John Part handled Sacramento's nervous Scotty Burnett 6-2 the three-times world champion was far from impressive -

Click here for the rest of this column.

Desert Classic - Day One - 01 Jul 2009: final

PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII
First Round - Eight Games (Best of 11 legs)

Dennis Priestley 6-1 Colin Monk
Alan Tabern 3-6 Wes Newton
Colin Lloyd 6-3 Peter Wright
Ronnie Baxter 2-6 Jelle Klaasen
Terry Jenkins 6-1 Simon Whitlock
Phil Taylor 6-3 Jamie Caven
Wayne Mardle 1-6 Gary Anderson
John Part 6-2 Scott Burnett
Best of 11 legs
Best of 11 legs (full report...)
http://www.justin.tv/uggla

Desert Classic - Day One - 01 Jul 2009: next match= John Part v Scott Burnett

The televised stages get under-way at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino with the opening eight first round fixtures.

PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII
First Round - Eight Games (Best of 11 legs)

Dennis Priestley 6-1 Colin Monk
Alan Tabern 3-6 Wes Newton
Colin Lloyd 6-3 Peter Wright
Ronnie Baxter 2-6 Jelle Klaasen
Terry Jenkins 6-1 Simon Whitlock
Phil Taylor 6-3 Jamie Caven
Wayne Mardle 1-6 Gary Anderson
John Part v Scott Burnett
Best of 11 legs
Best of 11 legs (full report...)
http://www.justin.tv/uggla

Desert Classic - Day One - 01 Jul 2009: next match = Wayne Mardle v Gary Anderson

Desert Classic - Day One

01 Jul 2009
REPORTS from the opening day of the PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII.

The televised stages get under-way at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino with the opening eight first round fixtures.

PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII
First Round - Eight Games (Best of 11 legs)

Dennis Priestley 6-1 Colin Monk
Alan Tabern 3-6 Wes Newton
Colin Lloyd 6-3 Peter Wright
Ronnie Baxter 2-6 Jelle Klaasen
Terry Jenkins 6-1 Simon Whitlock
Phil Taylor 6-3 Jamie Caven
Wayne Mardle v Gary Anderson
John Part v Scott Burnett
Best of 11 legs
Best of 11 legs (full report...)
http://www.justin.tv/uggla

Desert Classic - Day One - 01 Jul 2009: next match= Phil Taylor v Jamie Caven

The televised stages get under-way at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino with the opening eight first round fixtures.

PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII
First Round - Eight Games (Best of 11 legs)

Dennis Priestley 6-1 Colin Monk
Alan Tabern 3-6 Wes Newton
Colin Lloyd 6-3 Peter Wright
Ronnie Baxter 2-6 Jelle Klaasen
Terry Jenkins 5-1 Simon Whitlock
Phil Taylor v Jamie Caven
Wayne Mardle v Gary Anderson
John Part v Scott Burnett
Best of 11 legs (full report...)
http://www.justin.tv/uggla

Desert Classic - Day One - 01 Jul 2009


REPORTS from the opening day of the PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII.

The televised stages get under-way at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino with the opening eight first round fixtures.

PartyPoker.net Las Vegas Desert Classic VIII
First Round - Eight Games (Best of 11 legs)

Dennis Priestley 6-1 Colin Monk
Alan Tabern 3-6 Wes Newton
Colin Lloyd 6-3 Peter Wright
Ronnie Baxter 2-6 Jelle Klaasen
Terry Jenkins v Simon Whitlock
Phil Taylor v Jamie Caven
Wayne Mardle v Gary Anderson
John Part v Scott Burnett
Best of 11 legs (full report...)
http://www.justin.tv/uggla

The Dolphin Lounge - Soft-Tip Blind Draw - July 4th


The Dolphin Lounge
Soft-Tip Blind Draw
Saturday July 4th
7.30 sign-ups 8.00pm start
$11.00 entry
1274 S. Magnolia
Anaheim, ca 92804
714-821-1668
=======================================================
The Dolphin Lounge
Soft-Tip Blind Draw
$500.00 Guaranteed
Sunday July 5th
1.30 sign-ups 2.00pm start
$10.00 entry
======================================================

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