The Outrageous and Completely Untrue History of the Sport of Darts

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Xlibris Corporation, Jun 25, 2010 - Fiction - 67 pages
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 More than anyone, Dartoid has found a way to capture the spirit of the ever-evolving sport of darts – from its roots amidst the smoke and camaraderie of the pub to the spotlight of the professional stage where darts is a business and the very best can earn hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. 2008 – The Year in Darts is a good read, a solid history, and certain to bring many smiles along the way. 


Howie Reed

 

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Contents

Contents
5
Acknowledgements
9
Foreword
11
Chapter One
13
Chapter Two
16
Chapter Three
20
Chapter Four
26
Chapter Five
31
Chapter Seven
38
Chapter Eight
41
Chapter Nine
45
Chapter Ten
49
Chapter Eleven
53
Chapter Twelve
57
Epilogue
67
Copyright

Chapter Six
35

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About the author (2010)

 Humorist Paul Seigel (aka “Dartoid”) has written more than 400 columns about the sport of darts.  His popular column, Dartoid’s World, is regularly featured by Bull’s Eye News, the American Darts Organization’s Double Eagle, and numerous other darts publications around the globe.  His first book, It’s a Funny Game, Darts. Life.  (Totem Point, 2005) met with high acclaim and sold eight copies.  His second book, The Year 2008 in Darts (Xlibris, 2010), is expected to reach double digits.  Paul lives in Tampa, Florida with his wife of 30 years, Marylou.  They have a daughter, Jami, and share their home with a golden retriever, Bentley, and Rompin’ Romy the Tsunami, a street puppy which Paul carried home following a darts adventure in Bucharest, Romania.  Paul can be contacted through his website at www.dartoidsworld.com.

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