Electronic Dart Board Game Instructions


Darts is a popular pub game that involves players or teams taking turns throwing darts at a circular board. Each player throws three darts at a board, which is divided into 20 slices, with four zones in each slice, and a two-tiered bullseye in the center. Certain slices are worth different points. The object is to score the most points. Electronic dart boards are a great option for those looking to play darts at home. Not only do electronic boards feature plastic or rubber-tipped darts - which will not stick in the wall like pointed darts, or pose potential dangers to children - but they are can automatically keep score.

Things You'll Need

  • Tape measure
  • Pencil
  • Screwdriver
  • Screws
  • Tape (optional)
  • Electronic dart board
  • Mount the electronic dartboard on the wall so the bullseye is five feet, eight inches above the ground.

  • Determine where the throwing line will be located, which is generally 7 feet 9¼ inches from the face of the board. Mark the line with tape, if desired, or simply make it clear where it is prior to the game.

  • Turn the dartboard on, and select the game or mode you wish to play. Most electronic dartboards will come with a number of different modes, including simple countdown games, such as 301 or 501, or more complex games, such as cricket or baseball.

  • Press the "Double" button if playing countdown style to determine if the game must be won on a double.

  • Press the "Player" button until the board displays the desired number of players.

  • Press the "Start" button to begin. The rules of an electronic dart board are the same as those of a traditional cork board.

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