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Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by Kenny on Sun 09 Dec 2012, 1:57 pm

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World Championship starts Fiday 14th December

Draw
Preliminary Round
Andree Welge (Germany) v Leung Chun Nam (China)
Haruki Muramatsu (Japan) v Dave Harrington (New Zealand)
Daryl Gurney (Northern Ireland) v Robert Marijanovic (Croatia)
Max Hopp (Germany) v Charl Pietersen (South Africa)
Lourence Ilagan (Philippines) v Jamie Lewis (Wales)
Carlos Rodriguez (Spain) v John Bowles (England)
Paul Lim (Singapore) v Mohd Latif Sapup (Malaysia)
Jarkko Komula (Finland) v Jani Haavisto (Finland)

First Round Draw Bracket
Phil Taylor (ENG) 1 v. Michael Mansell
Wayne Jones (ENG) 32 v. Jerry Hendriks
Paul Nicholson (AUS) 16 v. Co Stompe
Robert Thornton (SCO) 17 v. Magnus Caris
Andy Hamilton (ENG) 8 v. James Richardson
Richie Burnett (WAL) 25 v. James Hubbard
Terry Jenkins (ENG) 9 v. Steve Brown
John Part (CAN) 24 v. Joe Cullen
Simon Whitlock (AUS) 5 v. Muramatsu/Harrington
Colin Osborne (ENG) 28 v. Ilagan/Lewis
Dave Chisnall (ENG) 12 v. Shane Tichowitsch
Andy Smith (ENG) 21 v. Gurney/Marijanovic
Gary Anderson (SCO) 4 v. Komula/Haavisto
Jamie Caven (ENG) 29 v. Rodriguez/Bowles
Raymond van Barneveld (NED) 13 v. Michael Smith
Brendan Dolan (NIR) 20 v. Mark Jones
Adrian Lewis (ENG) 2 v. Gino Vos
Denis Ovens (ENG) 31 v. Hopp/Pietersen
Kevin Painter (ENG) 15 v. Welge/Chun Nam
Ronnie Baxter (ENG) 18 v. Dennis Priestley
Michael van Gerwen (NED) 7 v. Lim/Latif Sapup
Peter Wright (SCO) 26 v. Arron Monk
Mark Webster (WAL) 10 v. Ian White
Colin Lloyd (ENG) 23 v. Darin Young
Wes Newton (ENG) 6 v. Johnny Haines
Kim Huybrechts (BEL) 27 v. Scott Rand
Justin Pipe (ENG) 11 v. Andy Jenkins
Mark Walsh (ENG) 22 v. Darren Webster
James Wade (ENG) 3 v. Peter Hudson
Steve Beaton (SCO) 30 v. Kyle Anderson
Mervyn King (ENG) 14 v. Dean Winstanley
Vincent van der Voort (NED) 19 v. Stuart Kellett


2013 Ladbrokes World Darts Championship
Schedule of Play
Friday December 14
1x Preliminary Round, 4x First Round
Robert Thornton 3-0 Magnus Caris
Andree Welge 1-4 Leung Chun Nam (P)
Paul Nicholson 3-0 Co Stompe
Adrian Lewis 3-1 Gino Vos
Kevin Painter 3-0 Leung Chun Nam

Saturday December 15
Afternoon Session
1x Preliminary Round, 4x First Round
Wayne Jones 0-3 Jerry Hendriks
Daryl Gurney 4-3 Robert Marijanovic (P)
Richie Burnett 3-2 James Hubbard
Terry Jenkins 3-0 Steve Brown
Andy Smith 1-3 Daryl Gurney

Evening Session
1x Preliminary Round, 4x First Round
Dave Chisnall 3-0 Shane Tichowitsch
Max Hopp 4-1 Charl Pietersen (P)
John Part 3-0 Joe Cullen
Phil Taylor 3-0 Michael Mansell
Denis Ovens 3-2 Max Hopp

Sunday December 16
1x Preliminary Round, 4x First Round
Brendan Dolan 3-0 Mark Jones
Jarkko Komula 2-4 Jani Haavisto (P)
Andy Hamilton 3-1 James Richardson
Raymond van Barneveld 3-0 Michael Smith
Gary Anderson 3-1 Jani Haavisto

Monday December 17 (7pm)
1x Preliminary Round, 4x First Round
Peter Wright 3-0 Arron Monk
Carlos Rodriguez 2-4 John Bowles (P)
Mark Webster 3-1 Ian White
James Wade 3-0 Peter Hudson
Jamie Caven 2-3 John Bowles

Tuesday December 18 (7pm)
1x Preliminary Round, 4x First Round
Steve Beaton 3-0 Kyle Anderson
Lourence Ilagan 4-3 Jamie Lewis (P)
Wes Newton 3-0 Johnny Haines
Mervyn King 2-3 Dean Winstanley
Colin Osborne 3-0 Lourence Ilagan

Wednesday December 19
1x Preliminary Round, 4x First Round
Justin Pipe 3-0 Andy Jenkins
Haruki Muramatsu 4-0 Dave Harrington (P)
Ronnie Baxter 3-1 Dennis Priestley
Colin Lloyd 3-2 Darin Young
Simon Whitlock 3-0 Haruki Muramatsu

Thursday December 20
1x Preliminary Round, 4x First Round
Mark Walsh 3-1 Darren Webster
Paul Lim 4-0 Mohd Latif Sapup (P)
Kim Huybrechts 2-3 Scott Rand
Vincent van der Voort 3-0 Stuart Kellett
Michael van Gerwen 3-0 Paul Lim

Friday December 21
Second Round
Afternoon Session
Andy Hamilton 4-1 Richie Burnett
Dave Chisnall 4-1 Daryl Gurney
Gary Anderson 4-3 John Bowles

Evening Session
Terry Jenkins 4-1 John Part
Paul Nicholson 3-4 Robert Thornton
Phil Taylor 4-1 Jerry Hendriks

Saturday December 22
Afternoon Session
3x Second Round
Kevin Painter 4-3 Ronnie Baxter
Mark Webster 2-4 Colin Lloyd
Raymond van Barneveld 4-1 Brendan Dolan

Evening Session (7pm)
3x Second Round
Wes Newton 4-0 Scott Rand
Simon Whitlock 4-0 Colin Osborne
Adrian Lewis 4-1 Denis Ovens

Sunday December 23
Afternoon Session (12.30pm-4.30pm)
3x Second Round
12.40pm Pipe 2 v 4 Walsh
2.00pm Winstanley v van der Voort
3.20pm Wade v Beaton

Evening Session (7pm-11pm)
1x Second Round, 2x Third Round
7.10pm van Gerwen v Wright
8.30pm Hamilton v T Jenkins
9.50pm Taylor v Thornton

Thursday December 27
Afternoon Session (12.30pm-4.30pm)
3x Third Round
12.40pm Whitlolock v Chisnall
2.00pm G Anderson v van Barneveld
3.20pm Newton v Walsh

Evening Session (7pm-11pm)
3x Third Round
7.10pm van Gerwen/Wright v Lloyd
8.30pm A Lewis v Painter
9.50pm Wade/Beaton v Winstanley /van der Voort/Kellett

Friday December 28 (7pm-11pm)
2x Quarter-Finals
7.15pm
9.15pm

Saturday December 29 (7pm-11pm)
2x Quarter-Finals
7.15pm
9.15pm

Sunday December 30 (7pm-11pm)
Semi-Finals
7.15pm
9.15pm

Tuesday January 1 (8pm-11pm)
Final
8.15pm


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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by FreekShow on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 12:02 am

Bil, there was once a rumour that God stepped on Taylor's toes. Just a rumour mind!

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by iceman522 on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 12:03 am

FreekShow wrote:What is it with darts and all the hostility? It's like a jungle up there on that oche!

Imo its to do with the big money these days for tournaments, think Phil's behaviour at the end there might get him some boos come Tuesday.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by Biltong on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 12:04 am

FreekShow wrote:Bil, there was once a rumour that God stepped on Taylor's toes. Just a rumour mind!
Let's hope it is only a rumour. Laugh

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by The Special Juan on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 12:04 am

Doesn't matter if MVG loses tomorrow (it's past midnight now Wink ), he just needs to put his eyebrows on and go to the Lakseside to defend his BDO title.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by FreekShow on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 12:05 am

BDO starts Saturday doesn't it Juan?

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by The Special Juan on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 12:11 am

Yes, on ESPN and BBC1.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by FreekShow on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 12:13 am

I'll no doubt have a butchers and take in the atmosphere via my TV set and wonder why Bobby George hasn't been convicted yet of impersonating a pundit.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by The Special Juan on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 12:20 am

He's not the best pundit but I think he and Colin are a great team.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by FreekShow on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 12:25 am

Colin is top man in whatever he does. He should get the MOTD gig ahead of jug ears.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by legendkillarV2 on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 8:49 am

MVG!!!! Just wow. Me and missus literally were jaw dropped by those 17 darts!!

Wade finished superbly. Just hasn't found the high averages required to win this title. He can do it. Just seemed flat on confidence.

As for Taylor and Barney, well I have no idea why Barney felt the need to put himself under that amount of pressure by coming out and proclaiming no fear of Taylor. Had he not learnt from past failures in Manley and Painter who said the same things and got mullered? I did have a punt of £10 on a 6-1 to Taylor. mad

Post match Phil was way out of line. You beat the guy and a handshake and congratulations isn't such a bad thing. Calling him a to$$er (if my lipsynching is correct) was out of line.

As for the title, if MVG can finish better Taylor is toast. Taylor needs a 3 figure average to beat MVG.

Come on MVG!

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by Duty281 on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 10:36 am

MVG. Wow. 17 perfect darts. It was a credit to Wade that he managed to hang in there. All MVG needs to do is sort his doubles out and he will dominate darts just like Taylor did all those years ago - MVG's scoring ability is actually frightening.

Speaking of being frightened, Barney clearly did have fear of Taylor for the first six sets. Then he played like he did against Whitlock and Anderson and was so close to completing the Great Escape. Alas, it wasn't to be. It was very interesting to see Taylor under so much pressure, he wants this title so so badly. As for the antics at the end, I didn't see Taylor do anything wrong. I saw him try and shake Barneveld's hand and walk away, only for Barney to pull him in and he then clearly said something out of line judging by Taylor's reaction.

As for the final:

Taylor 7-4 MVG

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by Biltong on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 10:40 am

I am supporting the underdog.

Hope MVG knocks Taylor off his perch. Yahoo

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by legendkillarV2 on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 12:15 pm

Just seen an interview with a Taylor about last night and he has humbley apologised for his conduct and has hinted at retirement. I have nothing but the upmost respect for Taylor. I have always felt he has been complimentary of other players and for me has been there for other players for advice. Look at his reaction when Barney put a set on the board. He applauded him. They guy does show his class. Just a shame really that he let himself down with those ugly scenes at the end.

Still want MVG to win, though if Taylor is seriously thinking of retirement then my heart might lead into that direction.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by TRUSSMAN66 on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 12:22 pm

In fairness while I don't like Taylor.....he was frightened.....The crowd started to turn (from wonderland..to the barny army)....Barneveld found some heart and was only one set behind......had the momentum and Taylor lost his sharpness..

He was under the kosch and the emotion took over.....

his behaviour embarrassed himself didn't embarrass Barny who showed class.....

I imagine when the adrenalin went Taylor felt like a "d**k"

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by The Special Juan on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 12:50 pm

On reflection it was better for MVG that he didn't hit the consecutive 9 darters otherwise he might have exploded.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by two_tone on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 1:14 pm

A lot of chatter saying Barney was acknowledging the person who was whistling/booing while Taylor was throwing and caused him to miss a couple of doubles. Taylor obviously didn't like it and they got their handbags out. Was curious what happened in one of the breaks though as Barney looked like he had just been told his Mum had died when he came back out.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by Duty281 on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 1:27 pm

two_tone wrote:A lot of chatter saying Barney was acknowledging the person who was whistling/booing while Taylor was throwing and caused him to miss a couple of doubles. Taylor obviously didn't like it and they got their handbags out. Was curious what happened in one of the breaks though as Barney looked like he had just been told his Mum had died when he came back out.

I was wondering what happened there as well. I think it was after the break when Taylor was 5-3 up and Barneveld looked like he was about to burst into tears again.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by FreekShow on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 1:42 pm

I have read a few things regarding last nights festivities on other sites though it's all speculation here are a couple of snippets:

Sylvia van B "we're completely done with this lunatic. This'll never settle"

"Phil just walked by me with a grin on his face and gives me a little pat under my chin and says "The old man is still here" and walks away smiling."


Between one of the later sets Sylvia told barney he was letting himself and his friend that passed away down. The same friend that barney thanks after every victory, you see him raising the eyes to heaven.

Back stage is a fairly small area, and it seems there were words between Sylvia and Taylor over Taylor's reaction when coming off stage after one of the sets.


I've also read that Sylvia was getting dogs abuse by some of Taylor's followers and was even spat at resulting in her leaving her seat to stand somewhere at the back but that's probably just poppycock.






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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by The Special Juan on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 1:53 pm

Phil needs to stop these retirement mumblings. It makes him sound like Ronald O'Sullivan.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by FreekShow on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 1:59 pm

I remember him teasing retirement in 2004 after he beat Paniter in the final. Who cares if he does retire anyway? Undoubtedly the greatest player that has ever thrown a dart and there isn't a player out there that will achieve half of what he has but still..

The future of the sport has never looked better.


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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by Liam on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 3:02 pm

Yeh no need for those antics last night. There was obviously allot going on before with the whistling during Taylor throwing for the match and stuff. Think with all the emotion it just escalated badly in the end.

Personally, I thought Taylor got angry about Barney holding his hand as he went to walk away, maybe thought he could have damaged his shoulder because to me it did look a bit aggressive and could have tweaked his should but I don't think Barney's like that at all.

Really hope Van Gerwen turns up tonight. He is the future of the sport, a bit like Judd Trump in snooker, he looks to be the next superstar of the sport. His scoring is sensational and those 17 darts last night were quite frankly incredible.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by Duty281 on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 4:05 pm

Phil Taylor has apologised to Barneveld:

http://www.pdc.tv/news/article/9k794ojptz7lzgtgmf9nk3hu/title/taylor-apologies-to-barney

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by iceman522 on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 4:29 pm

I think Barney just wanted to embrace and say a few words but the pull back did look slightly aggressive. I think we all agree if Phil wins he retires but if he loses I think he might stick with it for another year, really think he wants to bow out as world champion.

On a sidenote, in both SKY and PDC interviews Phil said when he plays/practices with Gando they both say to each other "Don't miss". Maybe Gando keeps hearing Phil when he starts missing a few Laugh

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by Dave. on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 5:11 pm

Rod Harrington gets on my nerves.

I think Taylor will retire tomorrow night.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by Duty281 on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 5:36 pm

Sounds like Taylor has fallen out of love with darts:

https://twitter.com/PDCDartsWorld

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by The Special Juan on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 3:20 pm

Taylor or MVG?

Taylor.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by FreekShow on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 3:27 pm

Hope MVG buries him but I think Taylor will win 7-4.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by legendkillarV2 on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 5:05 pm

MVG.

Taylor needs so average 100+

MVG needs to be sharper on his doubles.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by Biltong on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 5:16 pm

Hopefully a little support from South Africa will give MVG the edge, even only a tad.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by Dave. on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 6:17 pm

Biltong, do you know what happened Charles Losper? Saffer with a textbook throw.


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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by Biltong on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 6:41 pm

No mate, I don't really follow Darts. Here in SA the only darts we see on TV is the world championship.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by Duty281 on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 7:12 pm

Bristow sums it up best - if Wade can average below 90 and take 4 sets off MVG, then Taylor should have no trouble. One last time, come on Taylor!

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by FreekShow on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 7:22 pm

I bet this is the first match in two decades where Taylor is the Bookmakers underdog. He's trading at EVENS with Hills.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by iceman522 on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 7:41 pm

Im going for MVG 7-5 but wouldnt be surprised if Phil wins by the same scoreline. Its one of the few games where its more about what MVG does than Phil, if MVG hits his doubles he wins. Good bet on MVG breaking Lewis's tournament 180s which I think stands at 60/61.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by The Special Juan on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 8:05 pm

Does Dave Clark ever say more than one sentence at a time?

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by Dave. on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 8:11 pm

Does Rod Harrington or Colin Lloyd go one sentence without saying Dave?

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Post by Dave. on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 8:12 pm

I'm part of Team MVG tonight. Will be a close one.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by FreekShow on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 8:17 pm

Am I the only one that doesn't miss Sid's ramblings?


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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by iceman522 on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 8:19 pm

FreekShow wrote:I am the only one that doesn't miss Sid's ramblings?

No not the only one, some of his lines made poor games worth watching at times.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by CJB on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 8:21 pm

Heart says MVG 7-5, head says Taylor by the same score

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by Dave. on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 8:24 pm

Guys, if you want, you can join us on the chatbox, at the bottom of the homepage!

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by The Special Juan on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 8:30 pm

FreekShow wrote:Am I the only one that doesn't miss Sid's ramblings?

I was never a huge fan of Sid but he did come away with some gems at times. It was his voice for than anything.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by EdWoodjr on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 8:41 pm

Brutal 140 checkout from George Dawes.
Game on.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by The Special Juan on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 8:49 pm

Oh this is worrying for Phil. Very early days but he might be on the wrong end of a hammering tonight. I might be able to catch MotD from the start!!

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by spencerclarke on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 8:52 pm

well I was predicting a Taylor win thats not looking too great at the mo!

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by The Special Juan on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 9:17 pm

Momentum's a funny thing.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by Dave. on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 9:51 pm

BELTARAMA!

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by spencerclarke on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 10:02 pm

It's certainly getting tasty now! How anyone can knock darts if they watch a final like this I don't know

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by EdWoodjr on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 10:09 pm

It doesn't get any better than this.

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Re: Ladbrokes World Championship Discussion Thread

Post by The Special Juan on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 10:11 pm

Averages just slightly above 101 for each. MVG's doubling is just over 57%, compared to just under 42% for Taylor.

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