Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the World Grand Prix.
Alex and Burton start the show with a review of last week's World Grand Prix and, after seeing Michael van Gerwen win his sixth double-start title, discuss if he is the best player in the world right now, and also look at runner-up Nathan Aspinall's chances of a Premier League call-up next year.
Then, World Grand Prix finalist Nathan Aspinall (13:42) calls in to reflect on the last six months, his return from injury, winning two ProTour titles, reaching his first major final in two years at the World Grand Prix, and his hopes for the rest of the season.
Alex and Burton continue the show with their review of the World Grand Prix before turning their attention to this weekend, and discuss which players the Gibraltar Darts Trophy is most important for.
Next, Danny van Trijp (46:48) stops by ahead of an important weekend in Leicester as he looks to secure his first PDC tour card on the Challenge Tour. The Dutchman talks through his career so far, playing his brother Wesley on the Development Tour, and a breakthrough 2022 which has seen him win two Challenge Tour titles and be in contention for a tour card and PDC World Championship debut.
Alex and Burton then close out the show by giving their thoughts on the PDC's recent 2023 calendar announcement, discuss trophies in the PDC, and also pick out their favourite moments from the last 30 years of the PDC.
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