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The dart games of Cricket and 501
There are a lot to choose from when it comes to darts.501 and its little brother 301 are probably the most played games with cricket.These games also have different rule changes depending on where you are in the world.
A variant of cricket is stretch cricket or moose because it is sometimes called the place where you have to get the treble, there is a pair of 3 on the bed, the normal 20 to 15 and the bull.(Keep in mind that local rules have precedent over national rules, at least if you want to avoid such arguments ).There are also team games like doubles, with 2 people per team.
There are also more quirky darts games such as cards, baseball, and 24 hours.This is more interesting for regular players.Let\'s take a look at standard games first.
Cricket lets us start with the cricket match;Cricket scoring boards are marked as follows, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, B: B on the card indicates the bull.To score in the game, you have to click 3 times per number (1 treble would be good) and then the number is marked by an O, this means that the number is \"open\" in order for you to score, and every time you hit that number, you score with 2 times and 3 times the number value as the normal number.However, your opponent can also block your score by registering 3 clicks on your number;Then mark the number with X and no longer participate in the game.
If you hit 20 times 5 times 20 times then After 3 clicks you can score and you have scored 40 points for your total, in your name.When another player also reaches 3 times the 20, the number 20 is turned off, expressed in X, and any player can no longer score, and the game continues to the other numbers.To win the game, you have to get more points than the other players and hit each number and bull 3 times.
(The center Bull is treated as a double bull, and the outer bull is treated as a single bull) it can become very tricky if you go to score or close the opponent\'s score number.The 501 501 game is one of the easiest games to play and is also a game to play in all major professional tournaments.Basically, you start at 501 and the goal is to reduce to 0 by deducting your score from 501.
The final dart into the game must fall on the double loop (apparently corresponding to your score, so it\'s a 40 or smaller even number ).The Bust rule means that if your score exceeds your need, or just one less than you need, then you are \"bust\" and the score for that round is invalid.You start the next round with the same score as before.
The terrible situation ended with double 1 and continued to miss it.The end of double one is usually called \"Anne\'s House\" because of the reasons lost in the fog of time.301 This is basically a shorter version of 501, the difference is that most local rules stipulate that you have to start scoring in double and end the score in double.
As I pointed out, these are just basic darts games, and there are many more, but if you know these universal games, you can play darts with someone no matter where you are