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Last Updated: Monday, 29 December, 2003, 11:51 GMT
How to be a darts champ
The Lakeside stage
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Only the strongest survive the hothouse Lakeside atmosphere
Raymond van Barneveld in action on the Lakeside stage
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Any prospective champion needs to stand tall...
Mervyn King shows off his gold rings
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...have a steady hand...
Gary Anderson in action
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...and a fast arm
Bobby George celebrates a victory with the crowd
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Only then can they start to milk the audience...
Bobby George's fans respond to their hero on stage
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...who will lap it up - they love all that
Dutch fans add colour to proceedings
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But come the final dart only one man can be acclaimed
Raymond van Barneveld celebrates victory in the 2003 World Professional Darts championship
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Dutchman Raymond van Barneveld was that man in 2003 - lovely jubbly... or as they say in Holland, joppie toppie

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