Get the most, quickest, from B2E

Thank you for owning DARTS Beginning to End (B2E – my nickname for the book).

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As you get into the book you’ll find things which will address interests you are experiencing now and things you may not have thought about.

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There is so much in B2E that it can be a bit bewildering I’m afraid, as to where to start.

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I suggest you jump ahead to Chapter 8.0 “DIY Flight School.” That is where you can put together a regimen for yourself beginning with a self analysis which will let you specify what you want to work on first. 

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What I have written in B2E is intended to put tools in your hands for a process of learning how to be as good as you wish, or can, be, and stay there. The learning curve takes place over time and addresses things which go beyond simply having and keeping a good stroke. You will find what you need to get the enjoyment from the game of darts you want; from social playing in your home with friends to professional competitor on the world stage.

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Follow Chapter 8.0 with Chapters 1.0 to 7.5 then jump to Chapter 14.0. This will give you a starting place with the tools and understanding you need to be ‘as good as can be.’

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I suggest you hold off on the stuff for advanced shooters, beyond reading it, until you’ve progressed with the three types of practice to the point where you are consistently popping off at least fourteen targets, five hits each, in “Accuracy” within forty to seventy minutes and find yourself one of the best in your dart world.  

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I am here to help any way I can so don’t hesitate to get back to me with any questions or concerns. I’m interested in your progress so if you would, I’d like to know how it is going with you.

George S.

ps: You’ll find interesting reading, and learning, on www.howtodarts.com .

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