Bounce outs
Don't let your bounce outs phase you. The best way to deal with bounce outs is to forget about them. They happen to even the best dart throwers. Just remember one thing: Don’t let the dart that came bouncing back at you get you off your game. Stay focused on your number and forget about that bounce out. You have a new dart in your hand, make it count!








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what if it bounces out and sticks in ya forehead?

Should I still forget it and carry on?
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Good advice Saber and also holds true with those stray darts aswell, dont even look were they went, just keep focused on that target.
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And Grip Im sure that if a dart bounced out into YOUR head everyone would just carry on. lol
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(07-06-2013, 09:33 AM)DIRTY G Wrote: Good advice Saber and also holds true with those stray darts aswell, dont even look were they went, just keep focused on that target.
+1

And Grip Im sure that if a dart bounced out into YOUR head everyone would just carry on. lol

Hmmm so would I be allowed to dive at the board head first with the dart stuck in me bonce?
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why not you have done it before I hear !
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I've made a habit of not even looking to see where the bounce out is heading and just concentrating on what I want to hit. I've only had one bounce out come all the way back and hit me and that was the last time I wore sandals to play darts since it stuck in the top of my foot.
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(07-08-2013, 02:29 PM)gumbo2176 Wrote: I've made a habit of not even looking to see where the bounce out is heading and just concentrating on what I want to hit. I've only had one bounce out come all the way back and hit me and that was the last time I wore sandals to play darts since it stuck in the top of my foot.

LOL I lesson painfully learned Big Grin

I had a bounceout yesterday that came that close, it was surprising as it almost came straight back along the flight path it took to the board.
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(07-08-2013, 02:32 PM)Getagrip Wrote:
(07-08-2013, 02:29 PM)gumbo2176 Wrote: I've made a habit of not even looking to see where the bounce out is heading and just concentrating on what I want to hit. I've only had one bounce out come all the way back and hit me and that was the last time I wore sandals to play darts since it stuck in the top of my foot.

LOL I lesson painfully learned Big Grin

I had a bounceout yesterday that came that close, it was surprising as it almost came straight back along the flight path it took to the board.


I've been struck by more darts keeping score. Especially when the player is going for doubles on the chalking side of the board.

I've made it a habit to score the Cup finals in the Platinum League match if the team I'm on doesn't make the finals. With my shoulder acting up, I've not played in the past year on a league team so I've scored a couple final matches along the way. It has its benefits as the teams make sure I never have an empty pint. So there is a method to my madness after-all.:Saucey::Saucey:
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I can imagine there is a few accidents for scorers, they should use a perspex shield when they have to stand so close to the board.

Think I will go on Dragons Den with that one lol!
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I never let bounce outs phase me I just throw the next one as smoothly as the last as it must have been a well thrown dart to hit the wire of what you were aiming for in the first place. I do laugh to myself though when I'm shouting and a player throws for double and they hit the outer number wire and it bounces out and they insist it bounced off the wire of the double and then go on all night about how they could have won had that have gone in, when it was a good 2 inches away from the double.
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