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Poor man getting rich thanks to being good at throwing darts (Part 1)

Peter Wright’s journey to world champion of dart launcher is truly a happy ending fairy tale for sports enthusiasts.

Peter Wright took a deep breath. He threw non-standard 2 of the first 3 darts. For a moment, Wright was really afraid the old story was about to repeat.

But then he moved his left shoulder slightly, launched darts to the right to score a double score of 10 and won the first world championship to shoot darts in his career by defeating Michael van Gerwen – the former world champion 3 times and wins in all 7 previous competitions.

For Wright, this was a dream that once died before becoming a reality, but now it has finally fulfilled its mission. Wright puffed up his cheeks, raised his hands, and looked up as if to thank someone.

Peter Wright launched the decision dart

With a teary face as he lifted the Sid Waddell Cup, Wright confessed he had finally jumped over the last barrier, in any sense. “Just never give up. No matter what obstacles,” is the message from Wright, who has just won a prize worth £ 500 thousand (15 billion) to increase the total income in the career of competition up to 3.3 million pounds.

It is not difficult to explain Wright’s advice. The journey to become a billionaire throws his darts onto the shore and into the field. Wright was born in Scotland but moved to London at the age of 5 because his mother had children at a young age, so when her family tried to take the baby out of fear that it would not be raised properly, she moved to the South to start a new life.

The money was tight, but she still had enough power to give Wright his first dart set for his 13th birthday, though not enough money to buy beer shot made his son practice with a tree. Yet just two years later, Wright was talented enough to join a darting team.