Welcome to TalkDarts
Welcome to Talk Darts - the new home of Darts on the web. The site is currently under development but we are proud to say that the guide to Darts is up and available
Darts is a traditional pub sport but these days there are thriving professional tours and the top players make a lot of money and are household names. Rosie Langford takes you through the sport in our guide and tells you all need to know about the professional tour as well as how to improve your game and some of the equipment that you'll need.
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Not every player uses the same Darts - they can be different weights and different lengths, they can even be made of different materials. To check out all the different equipment that you can use then check out the darts equipment of our Darts guide.
Whilst most people just look at the sport as a bunch of slightly overweight guys playing in a pub - Darts professionals have to be fit otherwise they won't function and perform to their upmost. For tips on how to keep fit and to improve your techniques then check out the page on our guide.
Fans of the sport are used to the words of Sid Waddell but if you are wondering what he is going on about half the time then check out our language section of the guide.
Phil 'the Power' Taylor is once again on top of the darting world following a 7-1 demolition of Raymond van Barneveld in the PDC World Darts Championship Final last night in front of 2,500 fans at the Alexandra Palace. Taylor produced a World Record 3 dart average of 110.94 and despite a pretty impressive... [read more]
Darts is widely known as the domain of the working class, beer-swilling, fat guy. The sport is one of only a handful that can be enjoyed simultaneously with six pints of beer and a packet of pork scratchings. The stereotype is damaging the sport, however, and when a competitor begins to buckle beneath... [read more]
The draw for the 2009 PDC World Darts Championship has taken place and once again all eyes will be on Phil Taylor to win the tournament for the first time since 2006. The 13-time World Champion hasn't won the big prize in either of the last two seasons and that isn't exactly the norm! In 2007 he was... [read more]
Phil Taylor once again stood there on a Sunday lifting a trophy and grasping a rather large winners cheque. This time it was £100k and he was yet again acclaimed as the Grand Slam of Darts Champion. The Power is without a doubt the best darts player on the planet, no-one can surely argue with that statement... [read more]
Phil Taylor beat his old adversary Raymond van Barneveld 6-2 to win the Sky Poker Grand Prix final in Dublin on Sunday. The Power was big favourite going into the clash but Barney came out firing and finished the opening leg with a 133 finish and everyone was sensing yet another cracking duel between... [read more]
Taylor believes he can keep playing for another five years and that there is still room for improvement in his game. At 47 years old and with a record 13 world championships under his belt Taylor has had a difficult season winning only the Premier league title. On BBC one's Inside sport he said: "I'm... [read more]