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Some basic things which you must have before playing the game are as follows; You must have a dartboard and darts. The outer rings count as double the standard score.
Any darts landing in the inner rings can score three times the real value. The outer bull scores The inner bull scores Rules to play Dart Game for Dummies Every game has some rules for playing it.
Every player gets three darts per turn Each player has to remove his darts after completing his turn and counting score.
After all players have thrown the six selected numbers, the player with the highest score left is the winner.
A total target number is first chosen usually 50 or use a lower number if a lot of people are playing. The idea of the game to throw three darts into the board, in turn, to score a number that is divisible by five.
The higher the number you score, the more points you can score. For every five scored, one point is awarded. If a player scores fifteen then he or she gains three points.
A score of forty gives the player eight points. If you score a number that is not exactly divisible by five i. Doubles and trebles are not counted in this game, you can either decide they score the single segment value or score nothing at all which can make the game a little more interesting.
The object of this game is to hit the target the previous player threw and then set a new target for the next player to hit!
The winner is the last person left. Nearest the bull determines the order of play. Nearest the bull throws first and the furthest last.
Player one the person who was nearest the bull uses their non-throwing hand to throw a dart into the dartboard. The scoring area of the dartboard the dart hits becomes the first target for the second player to throw for.
If the opening throw hits a single 16 in the segment between the triple and the bullseye, this is known as small 16 i.
The following player must hit the small 16 area within a three-dart throw. Other parts of the 16 i. If the following player fails to hit the small 16, they lose a life and play continues to the next player.
Should all players miss the target set and play returns to the player who set the target then they can choose either to pass on their throw or try to hit it and set a new target.
If the player manages to hit the target area with the first or second dart then they have the remaining darts to set a new target.
If they have two darts in hand, they can use one or two darts to set the new target area. The last dart used is the counting dart and must hit the scoring area of the board or the player loses a life!
With two darts in hand, the player might want to set a difficult target, maybe a double. Should they miss the number and hit a big single or indeed miss the board they may opt to use their second dart in hand.
If however, the first dart lands nicely in an area they believe will be difficult for others to hit they may choose to declare that as the new target area.
The player may not choose to throw both darts and then opt for where the first dart fell. If the target area was hit on the third dart then the player has all three darts if they wish to set a new target area.
They may stop after their first or second throw or continue with the third. They may wish to throw for a double but they must set a new scoring area otherwise the previous target area remains.
For each double that is hit he or she scores a goal. You can, if you wish, accept two outer-bullseyes hit instead of a single bullseye but only if this is agreed prior to the start of the game.
Both players must hit either of these before commencing to the doubles. The player who scores ten goals or ten doubles is the winner. A player can score on the same double more than once or continue to score bullseyes as these count as double Like lots of darts games, they have been influenced by other games and 'Darts Golf' is no exception.
The rules and game are quite simple. The scoring segments on the dartboard are used and represent the 18 holes found on a golf course. Each player must score three of each number in turn before progressing to the next 'hole'.
Scoring equates to 'strokes' taken for each hole. Hitting treble counts as a hole-in-one, a double or singles both score one. If you miss the segment with a throw, this also counts as a stroke.
So, two misses and three singles count as five strokes. A player stays on the number until they hit three of the number regardless of how many darts it takes to achieve this feat.
The player with the lowest number total score to hit all 18 segments this way is the winner. The lowest number of darts to achieve this feat is 18, by hitting a treble with each dart.
A good player of the game may regularly hit a few holes in ones! Hence the game can be played with the amount over or under 'Par'. Example: If a player is likely to hit a few 3 hole-in-ones, the 'Par' for the course for this player moves from 54 to 48!
A new darts player might be given an extra stroke or dart at each hole, i. Play a few rounds of darts without handicap.
However, all plays must finish the full course. Add the total number of darts taken over the few rounds and divide by three. Adjust to give the best fit.
There are loads of games that can be played on the dart board and here is another. I put together this game after viewing the Grand National horse race at a local pub some time ago.
Many of the pub punters had a small flutter on the gee gees and a few drinks to go with it. The dart board was being occupied but only by punters that could play reasonably well.
So I thought with a big gathering that we had it would be a good idea to gain a few more converts to a wonderful sport of darts.
This game is based on the horse race the Grand National and over the years it has developed a bit so here are the basic rules that I suggest are played by a novice player followed by a revised version for the more experienced dart thrower.
The Grand National is probably the World's most known horse race. The race twice around the circuit jumping fences. The first home the winner!
The trouble is most fall! The basic darts game based on the Grand National is very easy to play and a varying degree of difficulty can be added.
Each player has 3 darts and the object is to travel around the dartboard anticlockwise starting at 20, then 5 and then 12 etc. Each segment is known as a hurdle.
In the novice game you must hit at least one segment with each turn 3 darts i. Hitting 20 you move to the next segment and so on first around and back to 20 wins!
For a competent dart player this will be a very easy and probably not that inspiring as I would expect each segment to be hit with a single dart.
So here is a slightly harder version. For the more experience player the Grand National is played in the following way.
Again the objective is to travel anticlockwise around the board twice but this time you start at the large 5 segment the light segment of the board you then have to move around the board hitting each alternative large segment number i.
The players here also have three lives but you can vary this to suit the ability of the players. Here a life is lost if you miss the segment with a single dart.
The winner is the first to travel round the board twice or the furthest travelled. Killer is a good game when you have a crowd of people wanting to use the board at the same time.
There are a couple of variations to this game but basically the rules are the same. Firstly each player draws lots i. This is done by first writing the numbers down on individual pieces of paper and then the numbers are drawn blindly.
The names of each player are recorded on the chalk board along with their number. Once all your lives have gone you are out - the winner being the only player left alive!
Blind Killer is slightly different. Firstly you draw your number but in this case it is not shown to anyone! The numbers 1 — 20 recorded on the chalk board.
Then each player then takes it in turn to throw for any double and if one is hit it is recorded next to the chalked number.
Once a double as been hit three times the person with that number is eliminated. Nearest first furthest last write the names in order on a board.
The player selected to throw first must throw as many points as possible, this score is then written alongside their name.
Play continues in order until there is one player left in the game, this is the winner, remembering that you only have to beat the persons score who throws immediately before you.
This game is also known under different names. This a game best played by several people. Start by first throwing for the bull with a single dart, the nearest to the bull being the player who starts the game followed by the second nearest and so on, the furthest away being the last player to throw.
The order of play is now established and the names of the players are recorded on the chalk board along with 3 — 5 lives to each player.
The first player throws for the board! Since the game has grown into one of the best-loved and viewed sports on television. It has made many darters into household names here are just a few:.
John Lowe three-time world champion , John Part three-time world champion, Martin Adams three-time world champion, Eric Bristow five-time world champion, Raymond van Barneveld five-time world champion, Micheal van Gerwen three-time world champions, and Phil Taylor sixteen-time world champion.
In March the 'game' of darts was recognised by 'Sports England' as a sporting activity which could pave the way to the sport featuring in future Olympic Games.
However, I still feel we are a long way from that day. Darts is one of the fastest-growing sports in Holland, Germany, China and Asia.
Over a third of the Dutch population watched Raymond Van Barneveld become the first Dutch player to take the world darts title in ; he has since won the title a further four times , , and PDC World Darts Championship.
Raymond beat the reigning champion Phil Taylor 7 sets to 6 and a sudden-death leg in the final set. The famous Bull up for the right to throw first will long be remembered as Phil hit an outer Bull Raymond asked for the dart to be left in as he used it to push his own dart into the centre Bull.
Since then the Bulling up procedure in the PDC events has changed. All darts are removed before the opponents throw.
Raymond now equals Eric Bristow's achievement but still trails Phil Taylor's staggering sixteen world title victories.
The sports prize money continues to grow, making a few of the current player's millionaires. The New of the World Darts Tournament was probably one of the most challenging dart events to win with a best of three legs format throughout the competition, including the final.
Legendary dart player Bobby George managed to win this event twice, and on one occasion Bobby didn't lose a single leg throughout the tournament.
Trina has won this event for seven consecutive years and made the final yet again in and but only to lose to a new up and coming star Anastasia Dobromyslova from Russia in and Francis Hoenselaar from Holland in In Trina again regained the title beating Rhian Edwards from Wales she then repeated this feat in again beating Rhain Edwards by the same margin In Trina won the World Darts title yet again making her the most successful ladies darts player in the World, a record-breaking Ten World Titles.
Trina has been awarded the MBE for services to darts and charitable fundraising. She also tried to qualify for the championship but failed.
This event was won by Arron Monk who beat Michael van Gerwen 6 - 4 in the final. It was sixteen-year-old Colin Roelofs from the Netherlands who became the first victor beating seventeen-year-old Harry Ward from England 3 - 0.
Harry, unfortunately, didn't win a single leg in the final however I am sure we will see a lot more from all of these youth players in the future. Lisa Ashton from Lancashire has since been a dominate in the ladies game, winning in , , and again in However, in Lisa was sensationally knocked out in the first round by the Japanese soft-tip star, Mikuru Suzuki.
Mikuru went on to win the Lakeside title beating Englands Lorraine Winstanley. Mikuru followed this up by winning the Dutch Open the following month.
Mikura retained her title in , gain beating the tournament favourite, Lisa Ashton. During the Lakeside World Championships calls for a significant review of the ladies' prize fund and short match format were called into question.
The chairman of the BDO at the time said this would be reviewed. The move was not met with overall approval from the loyal BDO darts fans as they decided to not attend in their thousands.
The BDO world championship will go down in history for all the wrong reasons. The change of venue and the recent loss of professional darts referees all added to the BDO misery.
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