How True is this in Darts?

Michael Jordan playing for the Bulls
Michael Jordan – massive darts fan and player (perhaps).

“I’ve never lost a game, I just ran out of time.”

– Michael Jordan

With a quote like that, maybe Michael has experienced the frustration (and embarrassment) of trying to hit double-one for twenty minutes while his team mates shout “nearest bull” in a very non-supportive way! Of course, I’ve never experienced this!

Let us know your embarrassing finishing experiences below, so we don’t feel too bad about ours!

6 Comments

  1. Brilliant blog mate…didn’t know where else to post so did it here..
    I know it is not about struggling finishing but an interesting one happened to me at the WMDL singles last year..
    After playing Monday night darts since I was 14, albeit with a couple of breaks, I thought I had probably shot out on every shot possible with all combinations ( under 100 anyhow).. but I definitely did one last year at the singles I had never done before.. I left myself 70 and I always go for the T14 as I like D14 and if I hit a S14 it leaves me 56 and I don’t mind that.. anyway I hit the T11 leaving me 37, went for the 5 and hit T5 leaving me 22 which I promptly hit D11..(3 green bits) One of my team mates said..”what a stupid way to go for 70!!!!!” I said ” I bet not many people have shot 70 out that way” 🙂 Keep up the good work

    • That Smithy, is a lengthy comment!
      Firstly, thanks for your kind words – they really help with building some momentum in my new blog.
      Secondly, your comment is almost long enough to have been used as a guest post! Maybe in the future?

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