We’re back with episode 106 of the Weekly Dartscast! Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are joined by special guests Magnus Caris and Roz Bulmer on this week’s show!
We start the podcast by looking back at the Premier League Play-Offs from last week. After seeing Michael van Gerwen win the title for a fourth year in a row the team discuss how far ahead of the rest of the field the world number one is.
Next, Alex and Burton talk about Rob Cross’ run to back-to-back TV finals and wonder whether a second major is far away for the 2018 world champion. Then, the team pick out their highlights and lowlights from the 2019 Premier League season.
Our first guest on this week’s show is Roz Bulmer, who calls in to talk about beating cancer for the second time, making her Lakeside debut earlier this year, her run to the World Trophy semi-finals last year and what her targets are for the rest of 2019.
Next, we review the Dutch Darts Masters, which took place in Zwolle over the weekend. The team discuss how significant Ian White’s 8-7 win over Michael van Gerwen was in the final, and also which of the eight seeds to fall at the first hurdle should have the most concerns.
Then, we are joined by our second guest of the show, the legendary Magnus Caris, who calls in to chat about his 30+ year career, representing Sweden in the World Cup next week and also address the rumours of him possibly retiring after the tournament.
Finally, Alex and Burton finish up with some of your questions, including which players have surprised them the most so far this season and whether the PDC were right to choose Jermaine Wattimena in the Netherlands’ World Cup team.
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