Eric Bristow dominated the darts scene in the 1980s, winning five Embassy World Championships. He had unmatched talent for someone so young, which coupled with his strong personality, huge belief and will to succeed enabled him to make an extremely successful living. Known as 'The Crafty Cockney' he invariably wound opponents up before and during matches with his cocky attitude and arrogance. His first victory came in 1980 when he beat crowd favourite, and established darts champion, Bobby George. We join the action as it is evenly poised at 3-3, the young Bristow takes control from that point onwards. In front of a capacity, and very raucous crowd - Bristow displays the talent that took him to the very top of world darts, eventually winning 5 sets to 3. The Crafty Cockney had arrived! He continued to surpass himself and remained as World No.1 for a total of 7 years, from 1980 -1987. Now for the first time on video, watch Eric Bristow begin his decade of domination.