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1 minute ago, Preston Red said:

Looks like Price might have settled here.

He's playing well, Anderson isn't.

 

Anderson needs to somehow shift the momentum of the match as it's only going one way at the moment.

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1 minute ago, Elite said:

He's playing well, Anderson isn't.

 

Anderson needs to somehow shift the momentum of the match as it's only going one way at the moment.

Very much so.

 

I thought the 170 in the third set may have rocked Price a bit but it's clearly not phased him.

 

I know people don't like his antics but over the last three years, for me, Price has been a solid player. If he wins this title, he's deserved it.

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Just now, Preston Red said:

Very much so.

 

I thought the 170 in the third set may have rocked Price a bit but it's clearly not phased him.

 

I know people don't like his antics but over the last three years, for me, Price has been a solid player. If he wins this title, he's deserved it.

Yeah he's a good player and you can't knock his ability, he's just a twat though but his cuntish mentality is what helps him in a single-minded sport like darts.

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Just now, Elite said:

Yeah he's a good player and you can't knock his ability, he's just a twat though but his cuntish mentality is what helps him in a single-minded sport like darts.

Spot on.

 

It can be a brutal game if you don't have that arrogance, self-belief or, like you say, single-minded mentality. He's going about his business and not giving a fuck about what his opponent thinks about his antics.

 

Taylor had that streak to him too, but he looked like a bad sex pest; which he actually was.

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1 minute ago, Preston Red said:

Spot on.

 

It can be a brutal game if you don't have that arrogance, self-belief or, like you say, single-minded mentality. He's going about his business and not giving a fuck about what his opponent thinks about his antics.

 

Taylor had that streak to him too, but he looked like a bad sex pest; which he actually was.

Mentality is the single biggest attribute in darts as ability wise they will all be very similar (The established players at least). 

 

It's no coincidence that Taylor and MVG are disliked by a lot of fans. You need a bit of that to succeed.

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2 minutes ago, Elite said:

Mentality is the single biggest attribute in darts as ability wise they will all be very similar (The established players at least). 

 

It's no coincidence that Taylor and MVG are disliked by a lot of fans. You need a bit of that to succeed.

I'd say he's got that in spades after that sixth set. 136.6 avg! That's frightening. 

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Just now, Preston Red said:

I'd say he's got that in spades after that sixth set. 136.6 avg! That's frightening. 

He's been phenomenal to be fair. The twat.

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Could the come back be on?  Think he's too far behind and Price will improve again soon you'd think after a dip in that set

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13 minutes ago, Elite said:

Could the come back be on?  Think he's too far behind and Price will improve again soon you'd think after a dip in that set

I'm hoping for a 7-4 win as that was the prediction the wife stuck on the A180 Faceaids page. I guess it won't be that.

 

That eight set was a scrappy affair from what we've seen in previous sets.

 

Must admit I'm looking forward to end so we can find out who's in the Premier League. I'm hoping van Duijvenbode makes it in for the entertainment value.

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I've just put it on and honestly Price thinks he's hard s fuck. That stupid punch thing he needs a good smack 

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2 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

I've just put it on and honestly Price thinks he's hard s fuck. That stupid punch thing he needs a good smack 

Wouldn't surprise me if that's where the the scar on his forehead has come from.

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1 minute ago, Preston Red said:

Wouldn't surprise me if that's where the the scar on his forehead has come from.

He got twatted a few years ago and got the police involved I remember vaguely. 

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