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Topics: Darts

Wednesday, 6 January 2010

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Dartitis pronounced dart-eye-tis is a condition suffered by dart players who for some psychological reason cannot release the dart. A lot of dart players suffer from it but it was first recognised when former 5 times champion of the World Eric Bristow found he was having trouble releasing his darts in 1986.

Now a psychologist James Douglas has come up with a cure which seems to work in most cases. He asks the dart player to aim darts at a picture of Gordon Brown which is pinned to the dartboard and so far no player has had any problem throwing the darts. It is an incredibly effective cure.

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