Darts Glossary I

The Japanese term for BREAKFAST. Taken from the Japanese word “Strawberry Disease”, but when taken apart (ICH =1) and (Go=5). A breakfast is hit when a player throws for the 20 and hits the number 5 and number 1 with the last 2 darts instead of the 20, counting “26”. Referred to “2 & 6” for an English breakfast etc. See BREAKFAST

The actual playable area from the double ring to the center of the bull. Every place where one can score. “OFF THE ISLAND” means you did not throw in the scoring area, you either hit the most outer ring where the numbers are situated or completely missed the dartboard.

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