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  1. Taylor punishes Chisnall. Wade labours to a win over Suljovic. What happens!? Wade wins 17-14. :unsure Taylor turned up for the first ten legs but then kind of disappeared after that.
  2. Order is restored as the semi-final line-up is complete: Michael van Gerwen vs. Peter Wright Phil Taylor vs. James Wade Best of 33 legs http://www.pdc.tv/news/article/9qebu4ssafh813t8bqp5406jd/title/betvictor-world-matchplay-day-six http://www.pdc.tv/news/article/jcay068ub4zx1pi9uzpfn5mx4/title/betvictor-world-matchplay-day-seven http://www.pdc.tv/world-matchplay/article/1nvd8qyx4482q1xs2mynl43mxm/title/betvictor-world-matchplay-netzone Those looking for an upset will be heartened that Peter Wright did beat MvG 8-7 in Japan not too long ago... http://www.dartsdatabase.co.uk/HeadToHead.aspx?plaKey=1463&plbKey=1395 ...albeit that was Wright's only win against MvG in the last ten matches. James Wade's recent record against Phil Taylor in comparison is marginally better (two wins in the last ten). http://www.dartsdatabase.co.uk/HeadToHead.aspx?plaKey=11&plbKey=1 It'd be a brave or foolish man to oppose a Michael van Gerwen vs. Phil Taylor rematch.
  3. Huh. The last two matches of the last two days have brought shocks. Would love to know if there were any folks mad enough to back the Gerwyn Price/Mensur Suljovic win double!? http://www.pdc.tv/news/article/jpu8gs13s6rzxyf7r2o0le7/title/betvictor-world-matchplay-day-four http://www.pdc.tv/news/article/ph1nlerefkj41xwy7d7ypsgut/title/betvictor-world-matchplay-day-five The quarter-final line-up: Michael van Gerwen vs. Ian White Peter Wright vs. Gerwyn Price Phil Taylor vs. Dave Chisnall James Wade vs. Mensur Suljovic http://www.pdc.tv/news/article/1nvd8qyx4482q1xs2mynl43mxm/title/betvictor-world-matchplay-netzone
  4. Someone's apparently bet £100k on Phil Taylor at 50/1 ON to beat John Henderson over at Ladbrokes. Yeah, right. Good luck with that. https://www.easyodds.com/betting-tips/world-matchplay-darts-tips?allow_all I remember somebody did a lot their money betting on Phil Taylor to beat Michael Smith in the World Championship a few years ago.
  5. Re: UK Open 6-8 Mar It's usually at the very end of the match reports on the PDC website but it can take a while as they tot up all the statistics. Here's today's quarter-finals report: http://www.pdc.tv/news/article/qtg7wzpj30m3113nzz2jegnk4/title/coral-uk-open-quarter-finals The semi-finals are: * Stephen Bunting vs. Peter Wright * Michael van Gerwen vs. Andrew Gilding
  6. Re: Nigeria v Bosnia-Herzegovina > Saturday June 21st The scenario now... If Argentina beat Nigeria 1-0 and Iran somehow beat Bosnia-Herzegovina 1-0 then the goal difference will be the same (zero) so 'lots will be drawn' as to whether Iran or Nigeria qualify alongside Argentina. :unsure
  7. Re: Premier League - Week 3 Yeah, Raymond does have a rather moody look about him these days (the only one rivalling him in this regard I think is Ding Junhui over in the snooker) but I'd say it's also one of immense concentration. He certainly does drop his head every now and then with the worst example being in week two when Wes Newton managed to get back at him and beat him. PLD has been a blooming trappy event and certainly a minefield for favourites backers trying to string an acca together. Phil Taylor's form with three straight losses is surely almost unprecedented. I don't know if this is 'permament' or not. The fact he won a UK Open qualifier and got two nine-darters a couple of weeks back suggests this is only 'temporary'.
  8. Re: BDO Darts Trophy - 6-9 Feb Very painful to follow/watch if you had money on Wesley Harms as he goes from 5-1 up to 6-5 loser & out. http://www.bdodarts.com/2451/06-02-2014/Match_Reports_Night_1_World_Trophy
  9. Re: Boxing>Nov 30-December 1 "I never went in there looking to knock him out..." - Tyson Fury after a comfortable (but very disappointing to watch) points win over Kevin Johnson. Not a particularly convincing couple of days for British heavyweight boxing. David Price beats up an old man in two rounds, Andrew Flintoff is given a victory for PR purposes and Tyson Fury wasn't looking to win inside the distance.
  10. Re: World Grand Prix 2012 Outright & to reach the final (from Sky Bet) odds: Michael van Gerwen 4/1 (Blue SQ/Paddy Power/Sportingbet) 7/4 Robert Thornton 5/1 (Betfred/totesport) 7/4 Wes Newton 9/2 (general) 2/1 Andy Hamilton 11/2 (general) 3/1 Mervyn King 7/1 (Betfred/totesport) 11/4 Justin Pipe 10/1 (Boylesports/Stan James) 2/1 Paul Nicholson 16/1 (Blue SQ/Sportingbet/Stan James) 9/2 Brendan Dolan 16/1 (general) 5/1 Quarter-final odds from Stan James: 19:20 Justin Pipe 8/13 vs. 5/4 Brendan Dolan 20:20 Wes Newton 4/9 vs. 7/4 Paul Nicholson 21:20 Michael van Gerwen 8/13 vs. 5/4 Andy Hamilton 22:20 Robert Thornton 4/6 vs. 6/5 Mervyn King All matches are best of five sets. Recap of Wednesday's action: http://www.pdc.tv/page/NewsdeskDetail/0,,10180~2944670,00.html Recap of Thursday's action: http://www.pdc.tv/page/NewsdeskDetail/0,,10180~2945565,00.html
  11. Re: Ryder Cup 2012 The order of the singles matches: Bubba Watson vs. Luke Donald (1703 BST) Webb Simpson vs. Ian Poulter (1714) Keegan Bradley vs. Rory McIlroy (1725) Phil Mickelson vs. Justin Rose (1736) Brandt Snedeker vs. Paul Lawrie (1747) Dustin Johnson vs. Nicolas Colsaerts (1758) Zach Johnson vs. Graeme McDowell (1809) Jim Furyk vs. Sergio Garcia (1820) Jason Dufner vs. Peter Hanson (1831) Matt Kuchar vs. Lee Westwood (1842) Steve Stricker vs. Martin Kaymer (1853) Tiger Woods vs. Francesco Molinari (1904) http://www.sportinglife.com/golf/news/article/2/8123406/watson-and-donald-lead-off-singles OT: If anyone was wondering how Sportingbet settled that 'first word/phrase' market after Graeme McDowell hit the first tee shot, all bets were void. :lol
  12. Re: Ryder Cup 2012 If only for a laugh, Sportingbet have a "The first word or phrase shouted after the first tee shot" market! :loon There's always some fool who shouts "Get in the hole!" isn't there? Mash potato or oesophagus!? :unsure
  13. Re: European Championship 2012 (20-23 Sept) Outright odds: Phil Taylor 4/7 (Ladbrokes) Raymond van Barneveld 6/1 (Sportingbet/Stan James/William Hill) Simon Whitlock 8/1 (Sportingbet/Stan James) Wes Newton 16/1 (Sportingbet/Stan James) Kim Huybrechts 16/1 (general) Andy Hamilton 20/1 (general) Colin Lloyd 40/1 (Stan James) Brendan Dolan 66/1 (general) Quarter-finals (first to 10 legs): 13:10 Andy Hamilton vs. Wes Newton 14:10 Phil Taylor vs. Brendan Nolan 15:10 Kim Huybrechts vs. Raymond van Barneveld 16:10 Simon Whitlock vs. Colin Lloyd Yesterday's second round round-up: http://www.pdc.tv/page/NewsdeskDetail/0,,10180~2926205,00.html
  14. Re: Big Brother 2012 The apparent voting percentages: http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tv/s149/big-brother/news/a399588/big-brother-2012-full-voting-percentages-revealed.html
  15. Re: Big Brother 2012 The winning order: 1. Luke A 2. Adam 3. Deana 4. Sara 5. Luke S http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tv/s149/big-brother/realitybites/a399182/big-brother-final-live-blog.html The dullard wins again! :eyes
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