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- Alan Williamson Jr.
Round Of Nine
Each player has a set of four darts.
Four thrown darts equal a turn.
- Five turns by each player
constitutes a game.
- The players must keep both feet
behind the foul line until all four darts have been thrown.
- Stepping over the foul line will
result in a loss of that dart.
- The darts shall not be removed
from the board until the scorekeeper has called the score.
- If the darts are removed before
the score is called, that player will have to accept the score that is called.
- Tie games are decided by each
player throwing four darts. The high score wins.
- The dart board score starting
from the outside rings are:
5 - 10 - 15 - 20 - 25 - bullseye 50.
A Pik Variation;
My personal favorite. Played on the Vogelpik
Board, 4 Piks per player and 9 innings are thrown. The Bulls Eye equals a "home
run" and the inside ring plays a single base hit. Anything else is an out. As
you start your handicap is 2 men on base. So if you hit the "inside" ring, your
bases are loaded. If you hit the "bulls eye" you drive them all home. 6 runs is
the highest score possible per inning.
Click here for a good
score card. You can also play with
"Partners". First team player shoots with "nothing on". So he can load up the
bases or even bring some runs in. Your partner cleans up for final inning score.
A good house rule is when you score zero points, an "X" marks your score; 3 x's
and your out of the game! This game is a hit in any Sports Bar!
The ring values are:
Center White or Bulls Eye = 50
Inner Red circle = 25 points
Inner White circle = 20 points
Blue circle = 15 points