A Bar Player's Guide to Winning Darts

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A Bar Player's Guide to Winning Darts is a personal manual of form, technique and strategy for all dart players who love this friendly pub game.
The two chapters dealing with the great American game, Cricket, are alone worth the price of the book.
Capt. Fred writes in clear concise style and tells you how to go about keeping your opponent off balance so you can beat him to the bull. If you share the ...
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Overview


A Bar Player's Guide to Winning Darts is a personal manual of form, technique and strategy for all dart players who love this friendly pub game.
The two chapters dealing with the great American game, Cricket, are alone worth the price of the book.
Capt. Fred writes in clear concise style and tells you how to go about keeping your opponent off balance so you can beat him to the bull. If you share the Captain's irreverent love of smoke-filled dart rooms and cold beer, this book is for you.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781553693215
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/28/2002
  • Pages: 132
  • Sales rank: 1,148,454
  • Product dimensions: 0.31 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 8.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Capt. Fred Everson is a full time freelance writer and fishing guide on Tampa Bay in the little town of Ruskin, Florida.
A native of New Jersey and long time resident of Vermont, Capt. Fred learned the game of darts while on a working vacation in the Virgin Islands more than a decade ago. He has been throwing darts ever since. When he's not fishing or writing, you can probably find him throwing darts in his favorite pub the Fox and Hounds in Brandon, Florida.
The Captain sold his first writing to Sports Afield Magazine in 1979, and has been pounding the keyboard ever since. He has written for many newspapers and magazines and on the Internet about fishing, hunting, and dart playing.
This is Capt. Fred's second book; the first "Catch Snook!" won universal praise from fishermen.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2003

    A must read for the everyday player

    Capt. Fred puts the game into perspective as it applies to most dart throwers. He starts with the basics and progresses to the stradegies. Understaning his wording is easy; he puts it in the form of the average Joe's point of view; not the professional. Also, this book is not the 'how I made it to the big time;' rather, 'if you are interested in inproving your game, this is how you can achieve your goal!'

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