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Darts Glossary

ARRANGE
  • Refers to the act of arranging the remaining points in order to finish the match in 01GAME
ARRANGE LIST
  • Refers to the chart that helps the efficient finish in 01GAME.
ARROW
  • Refers to arrows (darts).
AWARD
  • Images displayed on the screen when gaining high scores or completing a certain mission.
AWAY
  • 1. Refers to starting a game. 2. Refers to the opponent [Away] of the hosting team [Home].
BARREL
  • Refers to the part (steel) of the dart gripped by the hand.
BEE
  • Type of dart. Refers to small darts that resemble the form of a bee.
BETWEEN THE LEGS
  • A term to indicate the gap between 1 and 1 in the number 11.
BRASS DARTS
  • Refers to darts made of brass
BRISTLE BOARD
  • Refers to dart boards made of compressed bristle
BULL
  • Short-term for bull's eye. Refers to the center of the dart board. 25 points are given in the red circle, whereas 50 points are given in the black circle.
BUST
  • A term used to describe a situation when the player scores more than the remaining points in 01GAME.
CASE
  • Refers to cases where players store darts, shafts and other accessories.
CENTER
  • Refers to the act of throwing darts to decide who throws first. The player who throws closest to the center goes first. (=cork)
CLOSE
  • Refers to the act of closing a number in a Cricket game by recording 3 marks in the same number.
COME OUT
  • A term used to describe a situation when the player scores more than the remaining points in 01GAME. (=BUST)
CORK
  • Refers to the act of throwing darts to decide who throws first. The player who throws closest to the center goes firs.
CRICKET NUMBER
  • Valid numbers in the Cricket game.
DART
  • Refers to one throw of a dart (=Arrow)
DARTS
  1. 1. Refers to one set of three darts
  2. 2. Refers to the overall darts game.
DEAD
  • Used to describe a situation where all the players are closed in a Cricket match.
DOUBLE BULL
  • Refers to the inner circle at the center of the board. 50 points are given when hit.
DOUBLE IN
  • Refers to a case in 01GAME where players begin by hitting a double. It can also begin with an In-Bull as well. (=Double Start)
DOUBLE OUT
  • Refers to a case in 01GAME where players finish the game by hitting a double.(=double finish)
DOUBLE RING
  • Refers to the In-Bull and the outer margin of the dart board. (=Double)
DOUBLE TOP
  • Refers to Double 20
FETHER FLIGHT
  • Flight made of feathers of a turkey.
FINISH
  • Refers to the last throw of making the remaining points 0 when finishing the 01GAME.
FLIGHT
  1. 1- Refers to the rear area of the dart.
  2. 2- A term used to indicate the rank divided by classes
FLIGHT GUARD
  • Dart accessory made of aluminum that protects the flight.
GALON
  • Refers to a team match of 1101GAME and others
GAME SHOT
  • Refers to the last throw for victory.
GOLDEN DARTS
  • Refers to a case where all the three darts hit Triple 20.
GRIP
  1. 1- Refers to the method of holding the dart
  2. 2- Refer to the cut in the barrel to allow a frim grip.
GROUPING
  • Refers to a case when all the darts are gathered at the aimed spot.
HAT TRICK
  • Refers to a case when all the three darts hit the Bull in a single round.
HIGH OFF
  • Refers to a case in 01GAME when a player finishes off a remaining score that exceeds 100 points.
HIGH TON
  • Refers to a case in 01GAME when a player scores 151~180 points in a single round.
HOUSE DARTS
  • Refers to darts provided and lent by shops.
HOUSE TOURNAMENT
  • Refers to the regular tournaments held by shops.
HUNPIN
  • Refers to a case when a dart hits the same place where the previous dart hit. 0 points are given in such case.
IN BULL
  • Refers to the inner circle of the bull's eye. 50 points are given when hit.
LEG
  1. 1- 3 Leg refers to an act of throwing 3 darts. (= Round)
  2. 2- 1 Victory = 1 Leg
MARK
  • Refers to a score in Cricket. Hitting a single = 1 mark / Hitting a double = 2 marks / Hitting a triple = 3 mark.
MASTER OUT
  • Refers to the act of finishing a 01GAME match by making the remaining score 0 with a double, triple or a bull.
MECHANIC WRENCH
  • Tool to tighten tips or shafts
MIDDLE
  • Refers to the act of throwing darts in order to decide the player to go first. The player throwing closest to the center goes first.
MPR
  • Stands for Marks Per Round in Cricket matches.
MUG'S AWAY
  • Refers to a case when the defeated player goes first in the next game.
MY DARTS
  • Refers to your private darts.
O-RING
  • Refers to the rubber ring used in shafts. It prevents the barrel and shaft from getting loose.
OUT BOARD
  • Refers to the area outside the dart board. No score is given.
OUT BULL
  • Refers to the outer circle of the bull's eye. 25 points are usually given when hit. However, 50 points may be given depending on the type of game.
OVER KILL
  • Refers to a case in a Cricket match when a player is leading by over 200 points. Then the leading player cannot increase the gap.
POINT
  • Refers to the very front part of the dart (=Tip)
PPD
  • Stands for Points Per Dart in 01Game.
RATING
  • Assessment of players based on the data of all previous matches (Results of 01GAME or Cricket matches). Used to categorize classes in tournaments.
ROUND
  • 3 darts are throw in a single round.
ROUND LIMIT
  • Refers to the max number of rounds of that game.
ROUND SCORE
  • Refers to the total score in a single round.
SEGEMENT
  • Refers to the segments (rings) in the dart board such as the areas for singles, doubles, triples and bull's eye.
SEPARRATE
  • Refers to the setting where In-Bull (50 points) and Out-Bull (25 points) are separately calculated.
SHAFT
  • Refers to the middle part of the dart that connects the barrel and flight.
SHANGHAI
  • Refers to the act of hitting all single, double and triple of the same number (Regardless of its order).
SINGLE
  • Refers to the 2nd and 4th area of the dart board. They are also the largest areas.
SOFT TIP DARTS
  • Refers to darts with soft tips made of plastic. (=Soft Dart)
SPOILER
  • Refers to a case in a Cricket match when a player is disqualified since he/she has a lower point than the player who closed all the Cricket numbers.
STANCE
  • Refers to the stance of throwing darts.
STATS
  • Refers to the average scores gained in each round.
STEEL TIP DARTS
  • Refers to darts with (stainless) steel tips (=Hard Darts)
SWAN ON THE LAKE
  • Refers to a case in 01GAME when the remaining points are 22.
TARGET BOARD
  • Refers to the dart board.
TARGET NUMBER
  • Refers to the target number in a game.
THREE IN A BED
  • 3Refers to a case when all the three darts hit the triple of the same number.
THROW
  • Refers to the dart throws headed toward the board.
THROWING
  • Refers to the entire act of throwing darts to the board.
THROWING LINE
  • Refers to the line that indicates the location to throw darts.
TIP
  • Refers to the front end of the dart (=Point) (=Point)
TON
  • Means 'a lot.' Refers to a case of scoring over 100 points in a single round (3 dart throws).
TON EIGHTY
  • Refers to 180 points. A term used to describe a situation where a player hits three Triple 20s in a single round.
TOP OF THE SHOPS
  • Refers to Double 20 (= Double top)
TRIPLE RING
  • Refers to triple area. (=Triple)
TUNGSTEN DARTS
  • Refers to darts made of Tungsten and nickel.
UN LUCKY
  • Refers to unlucky cases.
WASHER
  • Refers to steel accessory used to prevent the flight from falling out of the nylon shaft
WET FEET
  • Refers to a case when the feet goes out of the Throw-Line.
WHITE HORSE
  • Refers to a case in a Cricket game when the three darts hit the triple of different numbers.
WHITE WASH
  • Refers to a situation in a Double-In Setting when a player finishes the game while the opponent keeps failing to do a Double-In.
YOUR OFF
  • This means that it is your turn.
01 GAME
  • Refers to all the games where the goal is to make the points such as 301/501/701/901/1101 into 0 points.
5 COUNT
  • Refers to a case in Cricket games when a player records 5 marks in a single round.
6 COUNT
  • Refers to a case in Cricket games when a player records 6 marks in a single round.
7 COUNT
  • Refers to a case in Cricket games when a player records 7 marks in a single round.
8 COUNT
  • Refers to a case in Cricket games when a player records 8 marks in a single round.
9 COUNT
  • Refers to a case in Cricket games when a player records 9 marks in a single round.
9 DARTS
  • Refers to finishing the 501GAME in 3 rounds. In other words, finishing with 9 dart throws./li>
NEAR THE FOOT
  • Refers to 3 doubles. Since the double area is located at the bottom, it is called 'Near the Foot.'
NICE ARANGE
  • An encouraging message used when a player arranged his/her points well in a 01GAME match.
NICE COUNT
  • A complimentary message used when a player gains high scores even if it is below 100 points
NICE DARTS
  • A complimentary message used when a player receives good records. (= Good Darts!)/li>
NICE HAT
  • A complimentary message used when a player records a Hat Trick.
NICE TON
    A complimentary message used when a player scores over 100 points in a single round.
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