Darts Player by Player: A Compilation of the 50 Greatest Darts Players
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Darts Player by Player: A Compilation of the 50 Greatest Darts Players

by Andrew O'Brien
     
 

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More popular than ever, darts has lit up television screens for over thirty years and Darts Player by Player is a fascinating compilation of the 50 greatest players to have ever graced the sport. Enjoy the game’s early masters, including the indomitable Eric Bristow, fan favourite Jocky Wilson and the first man to win world titles in three separate decades,

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More popular than ever, darts has lit up television screens for over thirty years and Darts Player by Player is a fascinating compilation of the 50 greatest players to have ever graced the sport. Enjoy the game’s early masters, including the indomitable Eric Bristow, fan favourite Jocky Wilson and the first man to win world titles in three separate decades, John Lowe. Marvel at the majesty of the game’s greatest player, Phil Taylor, who has swept all before him for more than 20 years. The spotlight also shines on popular champions Martin Adams, Andy Fordham and Raymond van Barneveld, while the game’s new entertainers led by Adrian Lewis and Michael van Gerwen, also feature. With all of the oche’s most fabled players and legendary characters profiled, this absorbing book is a must-have for darts fans everywhere.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781909217447
Publication date:
12/01/2013
Series:
Big Books Series
Pages:
144

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Andrew O'Brien was born in Liverpool, in 1976. After gaining his BA Honours degree in History in 1997, he moved to London and spent six years writing for The Daily Telegraph. His first three books, the Little Books of The Orient Express and Deadliest Catch, plus The World's Greatest Sporting Rivalries, were released in 2012. Andrew and his family live in the Nottinghamshire countryside, where he plays golf off an unmentionable handicap.

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