The Weekly Dartscast Episode 104 with Steve Beaton, Stuart Pyke, Euro Tour and Welsh Open Reviews, Premier League Preview and Picks and more

We’re back with episode 104 of the Weekly Dartscast! Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are joined by special guests Steve Beaton and Stuart Pyke on this week’s show!

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The Weekly Dartscast Episode 103 with Ted Evetts, Fallon Sherrock, Aaron Turner, ProTour and Denmark Reviews, Premier League Preview and Picks and more

We’re back with episode 103 of the Weekly Dartscast! Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are joined by special guests Ted Evetts, Fallon Sherrock and Aaron Turner on this week’s show!

Alex and Burton start the podcast by looking back at the Austrian Darts Open from the weekend, and after seeing Ian White reach back-to-back European Tour finals, answer the Question of the Week: What will be Ian White’s best run in a TV event this season?

Next, the team pick out the seeds they were most surprised to see fall at the first hurdle in Graz, before moving on to last week’s Players Championship double header in Barnsley and pick out what they took away from the two days of play.

Then, we are joined by one of the rising young stars in the PDC, Ted Evetts. As one of the youngest tour card holders on the circuit, we chat with Super Ted about his career so far, playing on the Alexandra Palace stage, winning back his tour card for 2019 and more.

Next, we talk BDO and consider whether Fallon Sherrock is overtaking Lisa Ashton as the world’s best female player? Plus, with the field confirmed for the World Trophy, but still without a venue, we discuss how much of a concern that is.

Fresh from winning both ladies titles in Denmark, Fallon Sherrock calls in to reflect on her great weekend, and we take a walk through her career to date and find out what her targets are for the rest of 2019. We also hear from Aaron Turner, a quarter-finalist in the Denmark Open on Saturday.

Then, we finish up with Premier League and discuss whether Rob Cross can finish top of the table and also ponder how damaging Gerwyn Price’s defeat to James Wade last week was for his play-off hopes.

Finally, it’s time for our picks. It’s Night 15 in Sheffield on Thursday and the Premier League Prediction League leader, Alex, and co-host Burton, give us their predictions for the four games coming up this week.

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The Weekly Dartscast Episode 102 with John Scott, Kim Huybrechts, German Darts Open Review, Premier League Preview and Picks and more

We’re back with episode 102 of the Weekly Dartscast! Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are joined by special guests John Scott and Kim Huybrechts on this week’s show!

Alex and Burton start the podcast by looking back at the German Darts Open from the weekend, an event which saw Michael van Gerwen survive five match darts on his way to lifting the title. We discuss which players will be most disappointed not to have beaten the world number one, plus analyse Ian White’s run to the final and pick out other players who impressed.

Next, the team are joined by former major finalist and Premier League player Kim Huybrechts. “The Hurricane” calls in to look back at his career so far, including making two TV finals, the nine darter against van Gerwen, his two years in the Premier League, plus the possibility of him playing his wife Dana in the World Championship!

Then, we take your questions from Twitter, which include whether Nathan Aspinall will be a seed on the European Tour soon, should the World Series picks have been mixed up more, and should Target should develop a new dart for Raymond van Barneveld after he performed well with an old set “found in a drawer” at the weekend.

Then, one of the newest winners on the BDO circuit, former PDC tour card holder John Scott joins us to reflect on winning both the Estonian Open and Masters events a few weeks ago. John also talks about his early years playing in the PDC, the decision to focus more on the BDO circuit, and as an Arsenal supporter whether he thinks they will make the top four at the end of the season.

Speaking of the top four, the race for the Premier League Darts play-offs is hotting up. With three weeks to go, there is just one point separating third to sixth in the table, and Alex and Burton discuss Daryl Gurney’s chances after his big win in Birmingham last week.

Finally, it’s time for our picks. It’s Night 14 in Manchester on Thursday and the Premier League Prediction League leader, Alex, and co-host Burton, give us their predictions for the four games coming up this week.

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The Weekly Dartscast Episode 101 ProTour and German Open/Masters Reviews, Premier League Preview and Picks and more

We’re back with episode 101 of the Weekly Dartscast! Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt review a busy weekend of darts from the PDC and the BDO.

Alex and Burton start the podcast by looking back at the weekend’s ProTour action, including two titles for James Wade and Jeffrey de Zwaan’s run to Sunday’s final.

Next, the team move on to the BDO and discuss Leighton Bennett’s impressive weekend in Germany, and also Mario Vandenbogaerde’s German Open triumph.

Then, talk moves to the Premier League and Thursday’s top-of-the-table clash between Rob Cross and Michael van Gerwen, and also whether there is any hope left for Michael Smith and Peter Wright in getting to the play-offs.

Finally, Alex and Burton give their picks for Night 12 of the Premier League, in Cardiff tonight.

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The Weekly Dartscast Episode 100 with Gerwyn Price, Diogo Portela, Matthew Kiernan (The Darting Nerd), Players Championships and Premier League Reviews, Liverpool Picks and more

We’re back with episode 100 of the Weekly Dartscast! Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are joined by Gerwyn Price, Diogo Portela and Matthew Kiernan (The Darting Nerd) on this special episode of the show.

Alex and Burton start the podcast with Matthew Kiernan by looking back at their highlights since starting the podcast in 2017, their favourite interviews and favourite tips on the show.

Next, the team chat with The Darting Nerd about his time in darts, following the grassroots scene and picks out which players we should watch out for.

We then recap a weekend of ProTour action in the PDC, where Jonny Clayton won his third title, Gabriel Clemens reached another final, and we highlight other players that performed well.

Next, the Brazilian number one, Diogo Portela, who was the very first guest on episode one, joins us for a chat to recap his last few years and his goals going forward.

We then head back to the ProTour, and Alex and Burton pick out players they are surprised are not currently in line to qualify for the World Matchplay, and also analyse Corey Cadby’s first weekend back.

Then, talk moves to the Premier League and whether it is now must-win territory for Michael Smith and also who will make The O2 for finals night.

One player in contention for a first appearance at The O2 is Gerwyn Price, who calls in to the show. The Grand Slam champion looks back at his early days in the sport, his 2018, and his Premier League campaign and 2019 so far.

Finally, Alex and Burton give their picks for Night 11 of the Premier League, in Liverpool tonight.

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The Weekly Dartscast Episode 99 with Keegan Brown, Mac Elkin, German Darts Championship and Premier League Reviews, Belfast Picks and more

We’re back with episode 99 of the Weekly Dartscast! Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are joined by “The Needle” Keegan Brown and Mac Elkin, from The Sportsman Management Company Ltd, on this week’s show.

Alex and Burton start the podcast by looking back at the German Darts Championship, the second European Tour event of 2019 which took place in Hildesheim over the weekend.

After Daryl Gurney won his first European Tour title, the team discuss whether “Superchin” could win one of the big three (Premier League, World Matchplay or World Championship) this season.

Next, fresh from reaching the semi-finals in Hildesheim, “The Needle” Keegan Brown calls in to chat about his first European Tour semi-final, breaking into the top 32 of the PDC, as well as look back at his career so far.

We then head to the mailbag for some more of your questions, including: will Ricky Evans crack the top 32 inside the next 12 months? Is Stephen Bunting the new Steve Beaton? And will Kim Huybrechts finish the season higher or lower on the Order of Merit compared to last season.

Next, the man behind The Sportsman Management Company Ltd, Mac Elkin, calls in to chat with Burton about several of the players he manages, including Corey Cadby, Kyle Anderson, Glen Durrant, Dimitri van den Bergh and many more.

Finally, Alex and Burton give their thoughts on a quite remarkable sequence of events in Rotterdam last Thursday night to Friday afternoon, which saw Raymond van Barneveld announce his immediate retirement, and then go back on his decision. The team discuss whether Barney’s elimination proves that he should not have been given a wildcard. We end the show with picks for Night 10 of the Premier League in Belfast this week.

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The Weekly Dartscast Episode 97 with Stephen McKibben, Chris Murphy, ProTour and Premier League Reviews, Berlin Picks and more

We’re back with episode 97 of the Weekly Dartscast! Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are joined by hypnotherapist Stephen McKibben and PDC commentator Chris Murphy on this week’s show.

Alex and Burton start a busy show this week by looking back at the PDC ProTour action from Wigan last weekend, and in particular Players Championship 8 finalists Adrian Lewis and Raymond van Barneveld, and Players Championship 7 winner Dave Chisnall.

The team are then joined by hypnotherapist Stephen McKibben, who explains how he got involved with working in darts, his work with three-time BDO world champion Glen Durrant and more.

We then switch focus to the return of the European Tour in Leverkusen this upcoming weekend. Alex and Burton debate how important the European Tour has become now in the PDC, and what they are most looking forward to about its return on Friday.

Next, PDC commentator Chris Murphy calls in and chats about what he made of the ProTour weekend just gone, how he got into darts commentary, the reaction to his interview with the Metro about his gambling addiction and more.

Alex and Burton finish the show by discussing the Question of the Week, whether Mensur Suljovic can now make a run to the Premier League play-offs and give their predictions for the matches on Night 7 in Berlin on Thursday.

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