HELLO, good morning and welcome to my latest blog. There aren’t many better things in life than being able to afford to buy the best stuff as and when you require it.
While some of us, such as myself, are gifted enough to coast along purely on our wit and wisdom, others aren’t quite so fortunate. I considered this earlier today when I was taking a brisk countryside stroll with my two pedigree beagles – Huckleberry and Baskerville. What better, then, than to provide you all with some more winning tips.
My darts blog success rate so far is 100 per cent as I tipped The Power to win last week, along with trading by laying the favourites in the other three matches. Anderson contracted before the off for an easy ante-post trade, Whitlock was up 4-1 and down 5-4 before eventually triumphing, while Barney prevailed over Lewis after a match which was only slightly more topsy than turvy.
Furthermore, as you all know I’m a pretty handy darts player myself, so I’d like to offer you some tips for tonight’s Premier League matches in Exeter. With Simon Whitlock rightly proclaiming that the league is ‘wide open’ there’s plenty of cash to be made this evening with astute punting. The hirsute Australian himself is where you should be looking to increase your betting bank. While Terry Jenkins is a hardened, experienced competitor, his ‘A’ game just isn’t quite there at present and The Wizard of Oz will be looking to capitalise on his impressive victory over James Wade in Belfast last week.
If you’re desperate for a punt on the other three matches, try laying the favourite in the Webster/Lewis and Anderson/Wade fixtures with a view to trading out in-running. In the final match of the night, between two of the all-time greats Barney and The Power, I’d consider dutching some close correct scores which is apt as I feel that a confident Dutchman can give Taylor a closer game than usual. The Power hammered The Bull last week, but Barney will prove a tougher clog to crack. The NAP selection, however, just has to be Whitlock to beat Jenkins. After all, thick, coarse, straggly beards beat thin, wispy moustaches every time.
In related news, congratulations to Wes Newton for securing a place in the Top Ten Rankings for the first time in his career, despite bearing a vague resemblance to cheeky scouse all-round entertainer Ray Quinn.
Good luck and happy punting!
Remember: In a game of stone, paper, scissors always choose ‘musket’