Balling The Jack - Frank Baldwin Reviews
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by - written on 16/10/08 (Very useful, 113 readings)
Of the number of sports and activities out there to write about perhaps darts would not be my first choice. Even after years of trying to shrug off the image of fat men drinking pints it still has to be said that even though the ocky is tee total the men are still by and large not the fittest. I am partial to watching a bit of darts on the Beeb when the major titles are on offer, but reading about it? I can't imagine that there is much tension to be had describing yet another dart glancing off a rim. It was Frank Baldwin's decision to base 'Balling the Jack' around a darts game. I wonder if he has the talent to pull it off? Tom Reasons is a gambler at ... Read the complete review
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