The PDC is truly World Darts

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The PDC is truly World Darts

Postby Garry Murphy » Sun Feb 11, 2018 6:34 pm

A polish lad wins the event today....The biggest event of his career. and said he needed to average 105 all day ( he said only a 100 was needed for the masters).

Yesterday an Australian won the event

The Current World champion is English
The Masters Champion is Dutch
The Reigning Grand Prix Champion is Irish
The World Cup champs are Dutch, the runners up the Welsh
The current UK Open Champion is Scottish.

Today players from germany, brazil, poland, canada, belgium and countless other countries are beating established English players.

The PDC truly is the true World Darts org.
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Re: The PDC is truly World Darts

Postby david cox » Sun Feb 11, 2018 7:01 pm

Have you been itching to post that all day.

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Postby Ecky Thump » Sun Feb 11, 2018 7:18 pm

Garry Murphy wrote:A polish lad wins the event today....The biggest event of his career. and said he needed to average 105 all day ( he said only a 100 was needed for the masters).

Yesterday an Australian won the event

The Current World champion is English
The Masters Champion is Dutch
The Reigning Grand Prix Champion is Irish
The World Cup champs are Dutch, the runners up the Welsh
The current UK Open Champion is Scottish.

Today players from germany, brazil, poland, canada, belgium and countless other countries are beating established English players.

The PDC truly is the true World Darts org.


Brilliant post, just to add that the current Grand Prix champion couldn't beat Adams in either of their clashes at Lakeside which shows just what an awesome player Adams is.
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Re: The PDC is truly World Darts

Postby Garry Murphy » Sun Feb 11, 2018 7:23 pm

david cox wrote:Have you been itching to post that all day.



Tell me how could I have posted this earlier and known the result of todays event ?

Feel free to point out any single error in my initial post.
I think you are simply replying based on the poster.
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Postby DavidB » Sun Feb 11, 2018 7:31 pm

Would have been better if the OP started with:

The reigning BDO Winmau World Master won a PDC event today!

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Re: The PDC is truly World Darts

Postby Dannyboy » Sun Feb 11, 2018 7:51 pm

He also said in his interview that you couldn't compare the two wins.

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Postby devosteve » Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:05 pm

Let's look at the post.

surely the pdc is leading the way in making darts, at the top level, a truely global game.

I remember lakeside (men) being British, Dutch and 1 Belgium player. They soon copied the pdc in having international qualifiers.

The pdc clearly see the global picture and are not just about protecting y the British and Dutch players.

I find it refreshing.
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Re: The PDC is truly World Darts

Postby Dannyboy » Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:09 pm

15 countries I believe are represented at the UK Open.
27 countries are hosting PDC affiliated events this season.

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Postby DavidB » Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:14 pm

Indeed devosteve but to be fair the Winmau World Masters has always been a good global event in that respect and the last running had players from Poland (who won the event), Germany (who went to the semis), USA, Japan, New Zealand, Romania and Ireland all in the last 32 men’s event.

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Re: The PDC is truly World Darts

Postby Garry Murphy » Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:15 pm

devosteve wrote:Let's look at the post.

surely the pdc is leading the way in making darts, at the top level, a truely global game.

I remember lakeside (men) being British, Dutch and 1 Belgium player. They soon copied the pdc in having international qualifiers.

The pdc clearly see the global picture and are not just about protecting y the British and Dutch players.

I find it refreshing.


There in lies the problem, most look at the poster not the post, and use their agenda to try find fault.

As you say, recent lakeside events were nothing but a uk and benelux comp.
The PDC does more for the game globally
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Postby ifm » Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:34 pm

DavidB wrote:Indeed devosteve but to be fair the Winmau World Masters has always been a good global event in that respect and the last running had players from Poland (who won the event), Germany (who went to the semis), USA, Japan, New Zealand, Romania and Ireland all in the last 32 men’s event.

He is too negative to even notice, has to take his lead off Garry the unwashed.
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Re: The PDC is truly World Darts

Postby david cox » Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:41 pm

Garry Murphy wrote:
david cox wrote:Have you been itching to post that all day.



Tell me how could I have posted this earlier and known the result of todays event ?

Feel free to point out any single error in my initial post.
I think you are simply replying based on the poster.

Your not getting what i meant,like you had your finger over the submit button waiting for the pole to hit the winning dart,a kind of attention seeking post.As for aimed at the poster,i don’t know you from on here don’t remember seeing your posts,so it’s not aimed at the poster.

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Re: The PDC is truly World Darts

Postby el_ringo » Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:47 pm

Yes but without county they will never ever be truly English/Taff/Jock darts


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Re: The PDC is truly World Darts

Postby ChrisW » Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:49 pm

Dannyboy wrote:15 countries I believe are represented at the UK Open.
27 countries are hosting PDC affiliated events this season.

Is 15 countries an achievement?

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Re: The PDC is truly World Darts

Postby Garry Murphy » Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:54 pm

david cox wrote:
Garry Murphy wrote:
david cox wrote:Have you been itching to post that all day.



Tell me how could I have posted this earlier and known the result of todays event ?

Feel free to point out any single error in my initial post.
I think you are simply replying based on the poster.

Your not getting what i meant,like you had your finger over the submit button waiting for the pole to hit the winning dart,a kind of attention seeking post.As for aimed at the poster,i don’t know you from on here don’t remember seeing your posts,so it’s not aimed at the poster.



Are you actually crying over my factually correct statement ?
Or is it because I posted it ?
Last time I checked this was a Darts Forum where members discuss darts taking place so hardly surprising I would discuss the pole winning an event is it ?
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Re: The PDC is truly World Darts

Postby DavidB » Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:57 pm

ChrisW wrote:
Dannyboy wrote:15 countries I believe are represented at the UK Open.
27 countries are hosting PDC affiliated events this season.

Is 15 countries an achievement?




Over 30 countries represented at the Winmau!

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Re: The PDC is truly World Darts

Postby ifm » Sun Feb 11, 2018 9:30 pm

DavidB wrote:
ChrisW wrote:
Dannyboy wrote:15 countries I believe are represented at the UK Open.
27 countries are hosting PDC affiliated events this season.

Is 15 countries an achievement?




Over 30 countries represented at the Winmau!

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Postby WCDPA » Sun Feb 11, 2018 10:15 pm

DavidB wrote:
ChrisW wrote:
Dannyboy wrote:15 countries I believe are represented at the UK Open.
27 countries are hosting PDC affiliated events this season.

Is 15 countries an achievement?




Over 30 countries represented at the Winmau!


Czech open in Nov had 21 countries in attendance

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Re: The PDC is truly World Darts

Postby Canuck_bully » Sun Feb 11, 2018 11:28 pm

It would interesting to know how many nationalities featured in the UK open the first few years.

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Re: The PDC is truly World Darts

Postby Booji Boy » Mon Feb 12, 2018 9:26 am

david cox wrote:Have you been itching to post that all day.


He has been itching on account of him being a scruffy unwashed tramp.


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