Darts Glossary T
Darts Glossary T
THREE IN A BED
When all three darts are thrown in a specific part of a pie-section of a specific number. Eg. 3 x treble 20 or 3 x double 12 etc.
Throwing 3 x darts, individually, 1 by 1, counts as one throw. Also by throwing 3 darts. Meaning your turn to throw your 3 darts. NOT meaning throwing all 3 darts at the same time, in one throw.
The line behind which a dart player stands when throwing at the dartboard. Also known as the "oche"(pronounced same as "hockey" WITHOUT the "H") or "TOE LINE"
When a score of 0(zero) was achieved after throwing 3 darts.
The line behind which a dart player stands when throwing at the dartboard. Also known as the "oche"(pronounced same as "hockey" WITHOUT the "H") or "THROW LINE".
Scoring a 100 points or more during by throwing 3 darts. Many would pronounce a score of 120 a "ton twenty" or 130 a "ton thirty" etc. A TON is also known as a CENTURY.
TON OF NAILS
Where all 3 darts hit the number 1 pie-section(bed) on the dartboard and a score of 5 is achieved eg. 1 Treble and 2 x singles.
Double 20. Usually exclaimed after hitting this bed to win a match.
The most upper score part on the dartboard, the double 20.
The thin inner ring on the dartboard. When hit counting triple the number displayed opposite it.
When a score of 76 was achieved after throwing 3 darts.
Throwing very accurately and nicely close grouped darts.
TWO AND SIX
Also "2 & 6". – Scoring 26 points in a throw
TWO FAT LADIES
When a score of 88 was achieved by throwing 3 darts.
When a score of 30 was achieved after throwing 3 darts
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