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Tony O'Shea firmly in the darts driving seat

Tony O'Shea firmly in the darts driving seat
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Author: Ben Carso


Tony O'Shea cruised into the BDO World Championship quarter finals on Tuesday evening with a 4-0 destruction of Stephen Bunting. O'Shea's ability to hit the trebles and doubles continue to mesmerise even the most avid of darts fans and he will be hoping to do the same against his Nowegian counterpart Robert Wagner in the quarter finals. Robert Wagner was able to just squeeze through against the very impressive Englishman Brian Woods by 4 sets to 3 although O'Shea will remain the favourite to reach the semis. Ted Hankey also produced some master class darts when he defeated Dutchman Willy van der Wiel 4-1 to set up a crunching quarter final with Dave Chisnall. UK Bookmakers currently have Waites as 11/4 favourite with O'Shea a very tasty looking price of 10/3. Ted "The Count" Hankey could spoil the bookmakers day with odds of 5/1 as could Englishman Dave Chisnall who is also at 5-1. The tournament, that started just as Phil Taylor was picking his 15th World Title up has really heated up and with it being on terestial television has had more viewers than the pay up front version available via satellite. An interesting few days await whether or not the darts hierarchy can decide on one competition or not as there will always remain a part of darts fans hearts that wish to see all darts players grouped as one rather than two selections of fantastic players. Whether Phil Taylor would have won 15 titles if things were mixed up a bit will unfortunately always remain a mystery.About the Author:

Ben Carso is a freelance article writer currently working on online casinos.Article Source: - Tony O'Shea firmly in the darts driving seat


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