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When a player has got his score from 501, all the way to 0, finishing on a double or the bull.

A standard game of darts is 501 (double out) the length of matches is determined by what you are playing in.

An average in darts is simply worked out by : points scored (divided by) darts thrown. This is used for a whole game, so say in one leg you checked out, you would have scored 501 points, but if you lost a leg and were still on 101 you would only have scored 400 points.

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the quick way is to add up the number od darts to finish the game (incuding 0 scores/missed doubles) then do this some: where: n is the number of darts thrown x is the 3 dart average. X = (501/n) * 3 eg (501/9)*3 = 167

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Darts

When a player has got his score from 501, all the way to 0, finishing on a double or the bull.

A standard game of darts is 501 (double out) the length of matches is determined by what you are playing in.

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Impossible as maximum score with 2 darts is 120! T17-D20 and T19-D17

The main ones are 501, you start on any number and get down to 0 finishing on a double. 301, same as 501 but it is double in, double out. There is also cricket, you go round the board 1,2,3,4 etc all the way to 20.

A perfect game of 501 darts is typically called a "9 darter" There are several way to hit a 9 darter in 501. The most typical or traditional way to hit a "nine darter": Triple 20 (60), Triple 19 (57) and Double 12 (24) Triple 20 (60), Triple 15 (45) and Double 18 (36) Triple 17 (51), Triple 18 (54) and Double 18 (36) Another way is to score 167 with each set of three darts, scoring a perfect 501 total: treble 20 (60), treble 19 (57) and bullseye (50)