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by George Silberzahn

Author: George Silberzahn
Subcategory: Puzzles & Games
Language: English
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation (June 25, 2009)
Pages: 282 pages
Category: Humor and Entertainment
Rating: 4.3
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George Silberzahn is a renowned author and recognized authority in the sport of darts. During his career, his knowledge, skills and determination ranked him as one of the top ten players in the United States.

George Silberzahn is a renowned author and recognized authority in the sport of darts. An expert darter, he averaged more than 50 on an American dart board. His involvement in the sport spans 50 years and his passion for the game has led to this, the most comprehensive book about American, steel tip and soft tip darts written to date. His tutorial, "Flight School" has helped darters worldwide improve their game.

Darts: Beginning to End by George Silberzahn Due for release July 2009. Throwing a dart, driving a car, riding a bike, playing a piano or any other skill one would care to mention all seem to work the same way. Information about how to do a skill is only understandable after we acquire the experience of doing the skill. This being a given how does this book fit in? Reading the information in Darts: Beginning to End puts a proven way to accomplish the skill of darts into a person’s mind (whether beginning or having been at the game a while) so a person may return to the written words as often as desired in an attempt to better understand and perfect their own way of doing it.

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by George Silberzahn. Joe Everett (aka: dart face) New York City "Certainly from reading the additional information in George's book (a must for all dart players') I now understand and feel when my stroke is good and bad and also I'm in a position where I am able to correct it if the first dart thrown is poor.

Darts beginning to end. American, softer-tip & steel tip. by George Silberzahn. Published 2009 by Xlibris in . Written in English.

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Darts: Beginning to End Written by George Silberzahn en how does this book fit in? Reading the information in Darts: Beginning to End puts a proven way to accomplish the skill of darts into a person’s mind (whether beginning or having been at the game . .

Darts: Beginning to End Written by George Silberzahn. Information about how to do a skill is only understandable after we acquire the experience of doing the skill en how does this book fit in? Reading the information in Darts: Beginning to End puts a proven way to accomplish the skill of darts into a person’s mind (whether beginning or having been at the game a while) so a person may return to the written words as often as desired in an attempt to better understand and perfect their own way of doing it. What’s in the book?

Your techniques have given me the tools to become the best player I can be. Joe Everett (aka: dart face) New York City Certainly from reading the additional information in George's book (a must for all dart players ) I now understand and feel when my stroke is good and bad and also I'm in a position where I am able to correct it if the first dart thrown is poor. Antony Sharrett (aka: Tanman) Harrogate, England I know it's working for me because now what feels like a bad night would have been considered a great night 6 months ago. Mark Kelly (aka: Drac0) Australia I have never felt more controlled and focused with my darts. The drills, the reading material, all of it are a huge help. Greg Kanes (aka: P-man) S. Africa The way George writes makes you wanna read it. Davin Burgess, (aka: davin) Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A.