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Hello Patrick,

I find reading your different stats, facts and trivia about this wonderful game of darts that I myself am a part of as a pub player, quite fascinating.

Thanks for providing this knowledge and keep up the good work.

Darren.


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Partick,
I have just ready your article on the Altisidora Pub in Bishop Burton near Beverley. I wanted to drop you a line to say thanks for writing it.
I have just taken over as the New Landlord of the pub and was poking around for some history and inspiration for the marketing of the pub following a big refurbishment we are about to have.

Thats is just wanted to say Hi and Thanks

Andy :D


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Dear Mr Chaplin I would like to thank you & Mr Steve Chapman for his recent write up & you for adding it to your news letter I am honoured that you have added Steve's write up about the Plymouth disabled dart league that I'm starting up in plymouth thank you both again
Snowy Dyson


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Long time reader of your column with its unique perspective. Keep it up, Patrick.

Added: August 12, 2017
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An extremely informative website, from an extremely knowledgeable man :)
I've been passionate about darts from a very early age, since the mid to late 70's in fact. Ever since i was able to, and 'allowed' to throw a dart, i've been in love with the sport, from watching the News of the World tournaments to episodes of Bullseye in the 70's and 80's to watching the BDO and PDC World Championships in 2017! Is there any other sport? :D
Congratulations on such an informative and intelligent website, i look forward to reading your book very soon :)
All the best!


Added: January 21, 2017
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A fascinating and authoritative website in a field in which the historical documentation seems incomplete - I noticed today, for example, that Brian Gamlin, Lancastrian originator of the standard dartboard numerical layout, lacks his own Wikipedia entry. I am toying with the idea of innovative dartboard layouts, e.g., an 'astrological' layout - twelve segments numbered 3, 6, 9 up to 36, reflecting astrological 'decans' and arguably facilitating astrological calculation practice - but need encouragement/assistance/backers.

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Looking forward to the day when televised darts tournaments fill some of the dead space with useful and entertaining material from your trove of darts knowledge.

Added: March 9, 2015
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DARTS ARE THE GLUE FOR ALL OF US PUB PLAYERS.

Added: February 5, 2015
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Finally!! my question was answered. Scuttlebut had it that it was a drunken sailor who devised the placement of the numbers. I knew better. Thank you again.

Added: January 28, 2015
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Great read! Enjoyed learning the history of darts as I ask asked a lot about the the history, I have some answers now , cheers Doc

Added: September 11, 2014
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