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  • Dartsby Patrick Chaplin

    Crowood 2015; US$ 16.03

    Darts - Crowood Sports Guides covers: a history of darts; rules of the game; choosing the right equipment; basic skills; how to improve your throwing technique and finally great suggestions for making your practice more interesting. This instructional and practical guide is aimed at beginners, players wanting to revise their darts technique and more... more...

  • 180!by Patrick Chaplin

    The History Press 2012; US$ 9.99

    In 180! Fascinating Darts Facts Patrick Chaplin delves deep into his mind-boggling archive to present a plethora of nuggets of darting trivia never before gathered together in book form. Find out… Why are darts matches usually played as -01 games (1,001, 501, 301, etc) and not 1,000, 500 or 300? Were early dartboards really made of pig-bristle?... more...

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