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Posted by: Alex69 on Jul 14, 2011 at 08:19:28 PM
[b]HELLO[/b], good evening and welcome to my latest blog. Now-defunct red top News of the World recently announced Blackpool as the new holiday destination of choice for stay-at-home UK tourists in the face of the increasing strength of the Euro. While this will be great news for visitors from the Netherlands and other parts of the Eurozone heading to the Empress Ballroom, a similar power shift is occurring in the darts world. Phil’ The Power’ Taylor has looked more vulnerable on the oche in the last six months than he has for over a decade and the chances of a non-Englishman (particularly if you count assimilated Aussie Paul Nicholson in their number) taking the World Matchplay title on July 24 are much higher than this time last year. The 18th World Matchplay tournament takes place...
Posted by: Alex69 on May 19, 2011 at 12:58:48 PM
[b]HELLO[/b], good afternoon and welcome to my blog. I hope it reaches you well. The traffic’s already building up in and around north London as darts fans from all over the world descend upon Wembley Arena for tonight’s Premier League Darts 2011 play-offs. The semis are a best of 15 affair, which is only slightly different to the league format inasmuch as there is no scope for a draw, but the players must look to get eight legs on the board to win. It won’t surprise any of you to hear that I’ll be piling into Taylor to take the championship, but as that isn’t the value shout I’m also looking at other, better value, money-making opportunities. I’ll be casting an eye over Gary Anderson this evening as I believe he’ll hold the key to the way the Play-Offs pan out. Get...
Posted by: Alex69 on May 12, 2011 at 02:12:24 PM
[b]HELLO,[/b] good afternoon and welcome to my blog. I hope it reaches you well. I’ve had to download some new beads for my iAbacus today as the league table has thrown up some fascinating permutations ahead of this evening’s arrows in Newcastle. Lewis or Whitlock could still feasibly qualify for the semi-finals and with Lewis' game before Whitlock's it'll be interesting to see how the Taylor/Whitlock game will pan out. If Lewis was to lose to Anderson, Whitlock would still have a chance of qualification on leg difference. Keep this in mind when betting on the Taylor/Whitlock match as if Lewis loses to Anderson Whitlock will be much more fired up than if Lewis gets a draw or a win against the Scot to confirm his place in the last four. While Wade is level on points with the Wizard,...
Posted by: Alex69 on May 5, 2011 at 11:39:30 AM
[b]HELLO[/b], good afternoon & welcome to my blog. I hope it reaches you well. I have some more darts advice for you today ahead of this evening’s excitement in the surfer’s capital of Bournemouth. There’s a lot of money to be made tonight on the arrows and here’s how to do it. [b]Whitlock/Webster[/b] Back Whitlock to beat Webster. For extra cash, dutch 8-1, 8-2 and 8-3 to the Wizard. He’s still got plenty to play for, while Webster is haunted by dartitis demons at present and just can’t seem to get it together at all. In fact, he might just as well chuck a wooden spoon at the board as this is all he’ll be coming away with at the end of the league stage next week. [b]Anderson/Van Barneveld[/b] Take Anderson to get his revenge on Barney tonight after an 8-5 reversal...
Posted by: Alex69 on Apr 21, 2011 at 09:04:43 AM
[b]HELLO[/b], good morning and welcome to my blog. I hope it reaches you well. My most loyal followers will be well aware that I have landed my last three NAPS on the Premier League Darts, so this week I’ll be looking to continue that winning streak. In a curious quirk of the fixtures, each match tonight sees a winner from last week play a loser from last week. The first match, on initial inspection, looks more like a Before And After slimming advert than a darts contest as it features the ever-expanding bespectacled left-hander James Wade, versus the altogether more slimline version in the shape of Mark Webster. Wade’s Premier League chances looked dead and buried three weeks ago, but he suddenly seems to be rejuvenated after two consecutive wins. Webster, meanwhile, is on a shocking...
Posted by: Alex69 on Apr 14, 2011 at 02:17:46 PM
[b]HELLO[/b], good afternoon and welcome to my blog. I hope it reaches you all well. I have some strong fancies for tonight’s Premier League Darts in Sheffield as the Steel City hosts its biggest night of sport before the start of this year’s World Snooker Championships at the Crucible. Gary Anderson, who has won two-thirds of his matches thus far, should have more than enough to ease past Webster, whose unusual softpaw technique still gives me the jitters. [b]While Anderson’s price of 1.45 is a little short for my liking, it still amounts to a decent ROI for us all and I’d advise backing the Scotman here[/b]. Of last week’s winners, Lewis’ league record has a noticeable symmetry about it – played 9, won four, drawn 1, lost four, points 9, while his opponent’s is a...
Posted by: Alex69 on Apr 7, 2011 at 02:02:43 PM
[b]HELLO[/b], good afternoon and welcome to my blog. I hope it reaches you well. After last week’s three out of four success (and the advice to sit back and relax once the first three had been safely landed) I’m aiming to capitalise on my fine run of form and maximise the income for you, my loyal and ever-growing band of followers. With the risk of repeating myself repeating myself repeating myself and s-s-s-sounding like a stuck r-r-r-record, statistically speaking this season’s Premier League has produced far fewer draws than it should have done, particularly given that seven of the eight competitors are so evenly matched. The exception is, of course, The Power, whose ‘A’ game is simply eons ahead of the rest. Tonight’s match-ups see Anderson play Jenkins, Lewis take...
Posted by: Alex69 on Mar 24, 2011 at 10:23:27 AM
[b]HELLO[/b], good morning and welcome to my blog. Once again I’m banging the drum for the draw, or certainly trading on it, and with the Barney/Anderson clash being the closest match-up tonight my recommendation is to trade on the draw in this fixture. Here’s how you should go about it. Start off by backing the draw before the off at around 5.3 – if it drops to below 5, forget it as that’s poor value based on what’s happened over the last few weeks. Imagine you stuck £10 on the draw at 5.3 – you immediately stand to win £43 – or lose £10. What you need to do now is put in a lay on the draw of £26 at 2.0. This way, if it’s a draw you’re guaranteed £17 & if either of the players win you get £16. It’s a risk-free bet – as soon as the £26 draw lay is matched...
Posted by: Alex69 on Mar 17, 2011 at 04:10:43 PM
[b]HELLO[/b], good afternoon and welcome to my blog. Having had to give, albeit regrettably, one of my people in the know his concrete slippers yesterday evening, I’m relying on my own instincts tonight ahead of tonight’s darts matches. It’s week six of the Premier League Darts and we still haven’t had a draw. We haven’t had a whitewash yet either and while an 8-0 is highly unlikely I have a sneaky feeling The Power may come close. [i]The big NAP selection might come as a surprise to you, my loyal followers, but Taylor looked as if he was functioning closer to his imperious best last week in defeating erstwhile table-topper Gary Anderson, so [b]a ‘dutch’ of Taylor 8-1 and 8-2 over Whitlock should pay out at odds of at least 17/1[/b] and that’s a corking bet[/i], especially...
Posted by: Alex69 on Mar 10, 2011 at 07:27:57 AM
[b]HELLO[/b], good morning and welcome to my blog. I once had a chat with Midge Ure, the cheery little Scottish fellow from new wave/electronic outfit Ultravox, and he stated: “We’d never even been to Vienna.” To be fair to Midge, Warren, Billy and Chris, they did a tremendous job of evoking the atmosphere of one of central Europe’s most decadent cities. I’ve never been to Vienna either, as it’s notoriously full of secret agents – most of whom are disguised as tour guides, bar tenders and museum curators – besides, I can’t abide those frightful Viennese whirls. I have, however, been to Manchester - and the Arena - therefore I feel perfectly positioned to offer you some advice ahead of tonight’s Premier League Darts action. It won’t surprise you to hear that ...
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