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WHAT IS DARTS AND HOW TO PLAY IT?

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A game in which darts are thrown at a circular board

DARTS - throwing a small pointed sharp. This is two or more players, but the scoring points is only for individuals.


  A small, slender missile that is pointed at one end and usually feathered at the other and is propelled by hand, as in the game of darts, or by a blowgun when used as a weapon.


 A game in which darts are thrown at a circular board. The number of points won depends on where the darts land on the board

Darts is individual sports that imagine of the people is a easy sports that you need to throw the darts only, but this is an strategy that you need to practice to make the dart is going to the center of the board. And for the corresponding points is based on the board.  한국야동닷컴

 
How do you play basic darts?

Rules: The object is to be the first player to hit every number on the board in sequence from 1-20. Hitting any part of the number – single, double or triple – counts, and numbers must be hit in order to advance to the next. Players alternate after three throws. The first player to hit a 20 is the winner.

Way how to hold the Darts
*First place your index finger on the dart and find the spot where the dart is level.
*Support that position with your thumb from above, and use your other fingers to lightly support the dart.
*Use your index and middle finger to find the spot where the dart is level.
*Support that position with your thumb from above, and use your other fingers to lightly support the dart.

When holding the dart, have a relaxed posture and release the tension from your entire body.
Stand up straight and try not to lean forward too much.
Turn your face so it is facing the dart board and use both eyes to firmly aim.
Your elbow should be fixed at a position that is most comfortable when slowly lowering the hand holding the dart from above your head.

Understanding the Board and Scoring System

*Know that every dart board is the same. Each board is numbered from 1 - 20 in non-sequential order around the board
*Notice that the board is split into distinct sections. Each section has points associated with that section. If a dart lands in the outer green or red sections, the thrower scores double that section's number of points.
*Know what happens when the dart lands in an "inner" red or green section. If a dart lands in the inner small green or red sections, the thrower scores triple that section's number of points.
*Understand that the center of the board is called the bullseye. The bullseye is further split into two sections.
*Know that the rest of the board is split into 20 separate sections, each with a number allocated to that section.