Weekly Dartscast Episode 267: Paul Lim, Chris Mason, World Series of Darts Finals Review

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the World Series of Darts Finals.

Alex and Burton start the show with a review of last weekend’s World Series of Darts Finals, and discuss where Gerwyn Price ranks in the top 10 and PDC top 10 of all time after winning his ninth TV title, as well as look at where Dirk van Duijvenbode goes from here after falling just short of a maiden stage title in the PDC.

Then, the legend Paul Lim (15:37) calls in from Japan ahead of playing in the first ever PDC Asian Championship this weekend. Paul looks back on his last 12 months, playing in both the PDC and World Seniors Championships, returning to Lakeside, and outlines his hopes to qualify again for Ally Pally this year.

Alex and Burton continue the show with a look back at last weekend’s Challenge Tour action, focusing on title wins for Robert Owen, Christian Kist, Jurjen van der Velde and Wesley Plaisier, before looking ahead to this weekend’s European Tour event in Belgium and pick out which players are most in need of a run.

Plus, ITV pundit and commentator Chris Mason (46:17) stops by to give his thoughts on the World Series of Darts Finals, the current landscape at the top end of the PDC, and also discusses his recent PDC podcast appearance, and looks ahead to playing in the Modus Super Series later this year.

Alex and Burton then close out the show with a look ahead to the PDC Asian Championship this weekend, as well as discuss the current field of international qualifiers for the PDC World Championship, and the WDF’s update on the World Masters.

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