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Understand the Dartboard and Rating System

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Understand the Dartboard and Rating System

Playing darts is a fun way to spend time with good friends or new people. From casual players to experts, darts are a skill game that everyone can enjoy, all the time. Read on hqdartboard.com to learn more about the dartboard layout, dart-throwing techniques, and different ways to play it.

Understand that all darts are the same. The boards are numbered from 1 to 20 in order around the board. You play darts by throwing small arrows to different parts on the board while calculating scores during the game. Note that the board is divided into different sections. Each section has a number associated with that part. If the arrow lands in the green or red outer ring (double ring), the thrower gets a double value from the number on that part. For example, if the arrow that you throw landed in the double ring on the number 18, you get a value of 36.

Understand what happens if arrows land on red or green inner circles. If the arrow lands in a red or green inner circle (triple ring), the thrower gets a value three times the number on that part. If the arrow that you throw landed in the triple ring at number 18, for example, you get a value of 54.

Understand that the center of the board is called bullseye. This section is separated into two parts. The inside (usually red) is called a double bull, and the outside (usually green) is called a bull. If the arrow landed on the green part of the bullseye, the thrower gets a value of 25.

If the arrow landed on the red part of the bullseye, the thrower gets a value of 50.

Understand that the other parts of the board are divided into twenty separate parts, each with a certain number in that section. If the arrow landed on a (usually) yellow or black part (single ring), the thrower gets the value according to the number in that part. Suppose your arrow lands in section 18 (but not in the double ring or triple ring area), you get a value of 18.

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