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I started darts on my 50th birthday, Jan 28 5 years ago. In my first tournament I went 0-21, got smoked. I played a couple more tournaments til covid hit winning a few games, nothing big. This past weekend was the first big tournament in a couple years. They had the men divided into 6 divisions and I won my division. I was ecstatic, so happy. Went to the single knockout playoffs and got destroyed lol, but super happy overall. Man this game is addicting

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Congratulations on winning your division !
If you know what I'm doing, don't tell me .... I find bliss in my confusion.
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Well done! Sounds like your game and moreso your match confidence is coming along nicely!

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Well done pugtato!

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Has got to be a great feeling. Well done.
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That's what I love about darts. It affords us "older" folk an opportunity to get some wins over much younger folks since it really isn't a physical game other than the endurance factor if going deep into tournaments.

I've been playing since my mid 30's and am getting ready to turn 69 in November and I still can get some great games in against younger league players from my area. I win my share, and lose my share, but I'm there to play as hard as I can every time I step to the oche and that will never get old for me.
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Well played pugtato. There aren't many games where your opponent cannot do anything to affect your performance or the result. The best player always wins , if you think about it.
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Congratulations!
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