AIE DART TOURNAMENT
The common tournament game of 501 (pronounced "Five-Oh-One"), is played from 501 points. Other variations are 301, 601, 801, 1001. The higher point games are usually played by teams. This will be determine during the event itself.
The object of the game is simple... each player starts with the same score (501, for example) and the first to reduce his score to zero wins.
Players take turns throwing three darts each and subtract all points scored from their own beginning score (501). Each player removes his darts and marks his score before the opponent throws. Darts that bounce off or miss the board do not score and cannot be re-thrown that turn.
The player that finish first wins or close the score wins, this is also known as "going-out". To win, you must reach zero before your opponent, but you must also reach exactly zero, and the dart that brings the score down to zero must be a double. Doubles consist of the numbers in the outside narrow scoring band and the center (small) bullseye which counts as 50 points and is an actual double of the outer 25-point bull.
For example, if you have 2 points left, you must hit a double-1 to bring the score down to zero. For instance, you have 18 points left, a double-9 would work. If you have an odd number left (a number that cannot be divided by 2), then darts must be thrown to reduce the score to an even number, before throwing at a double. For instance, there is no possible double out from 19, so a way to finish would be to throw a single-3 first, reducing the score to 16. The 16 can then be "taken-out" by throwing a double-8.
· The player should bring his/her own dart accessories
· The player will choose his opponent by blind draw pattern
· Single round knock out system
· Only the winners will advance to the next game
· Best of three on championship game
· Double both men/women or mixed
Coordinator - Darts Game Event