The latest edition of Darts World magazine has been made available free of charge during the COVID-19 pandemic period, via our digital platform. Our editorial team has done a superb job in ensuring that our readers, sponsors, advertisers and contributors continue to enjoy Darts World Magazine during these difficult times. We look forward to launching our all-new magazine later this summer!
Highlights (Issue 569) include:
The Crafty Cockney – A Legendary Legacy – JR Lott paints an affectionate picture of Eric Bristow.
Switchblade – A superb new practice routine and how Darts World has boosted its success.
Wizard’s Wizdom – Colin Osborne shares his experiences of virtual darts and introduces The Wizard’s apprentice.
Mic Drop – World Championship official John Fowler illustrates the effects of lockdown on the wider darts family.
Guess Who – Win a signed set of Red Dragon darts if you can name the players in the identikit photo.
Six of the Best – Tartan tungsten titans. James Lincoln and JR Lott look at the oche legends from Scotland and offer their top six.
Mental Health Bullseyes – Darts World sought expert advice to enable us to offer readers some top tips on coping mentally during these tricky times.
The 9 Dart Questions – ‘Hendo’ is the first player to star in our latest feature. His answers will both please and intrigue.
The Devonshire Discussion – Is there a greatest game? Andrew looks at how we all have biases and, perhaps, there is only our favourite game?
Ones to Watch – Darts World reader James Smith offers his choice of six great games from 2020 that you can watch at your leisure.
Unsung Heroes – Lionel Smith. JR Lott looks back at the influence of the Staffordshire legend.
Game On – The Birth of the BDO. Alan Towe looks back to the dawn of the county scene and the beginnings of the BDO.
Player of The Month – Your chance to win a set of Winmau Pro-Line darts. Simply nominate the player you feel is most deserving and tell us why!
The Checkout – An acknowledgement of how our sport has stepped up to play its part in these difficult days! Thank you.
Read the full issue, and over fifty more (free of charge), in our digital archive: here