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Great practice tips from Barney
I like Ray and this video clip shows what a nice and helpful bloke he is.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QlP9OfbsLU

The interesting incite I got from this was how high the calibre of practice routines must be for the top players.


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Dorian
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(06-20-2015, 12:58 PM)Dorian Wrote: I like Ray and this video clip shows what a nice and helpful bloke he is.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QlP9OfbsLU

The interesting incite I got from this was how high the calibre of practice routines must be for the top players.


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Nice post bud. Thanks.
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Great to hear some different tips for practice, thanks for the post
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Yes gents he was very open and helpful wasn't he?
I have incorporated one of his routines into my sole practice sessions i.e after my double and bull round I start at 131 and go to 140 trying to close them within 6 darts. The only difference is if I miss I don't go back to the startGuests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.
It's a tough one for me but I do enjoy the challenge and the near misses keep me going at it. It's feels great when I manage to get out in 4 darts and with some luck I've had a few 3 dart finishes on some numbers too.
Having done this a few times now I would thoroughly recommend this type of thing for those looking to raise the bar a bit.

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My favourite finish to practice is 125. Lots of math involved if you miss the bull. The routine is to try to finish in 3 darts, or set up a double. After watching Barney, it is probably better to just finish in 6 darts.
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interesting to hear how some of the pros practice... will try some of these
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