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Overview of darts

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Darts is a game of aiming in which individual skill of a person is challenged, developed and displayed continuously. It is not only used for amusement in sports or pub but also played as an international sport among various countries. Through this tutorial we have tried to give an overall knowledge upon the playing rules and techniques of the game. Though it has not covered the how to play section in deep but the contents are sufficient to supplement the overall playing knowledge of darts.

"Aim for the moon if you miss, you will hit a star" − A famous quote by W. Clement Stone often comes into mind when we hear the word Dart. Dart is nothing but a game of exercising your aim for a definite success that can be achieved through strong focus and rigorous practise.

The objective of this game is to throw small missiles (Darts) on to the circular board (Dart board) hanging on the wall. The aim is to hit specific targets. The centre of the dart is known as bull’s eye. Previously there were various rules and regulations for this game pertaining to different countries but soon after its popularity, Dart regulation authority (DRA) made specific rules and regulations.

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