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Bulls vs other targets
Why is it so easy to hit the bulls but so hard to hit doubles and trebles? I can throw bulls consistently but any other target is completely hit and miss.
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Must be a soft tipper,,,lol

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(05-03-2015, 03:19 PM)0ldjoblo Wrote: Must be a soft tipper,,,lol

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No. I've only played that once or twice in a bar. I know I have practiced bulls more than any other area, but it seems that if I can hit them I should be able to adjust the aim for any other spot, yet it's not true. When I was young I had no dartboard so I threw darts at a tree with a limb cut off so that the center ring was regulation height. I'd throw for the center and score myself on how close I came with points descending from the center outward.
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I think it has to do with the visual image. The dartboard seems to just focus my eye on the bull because of all those lines converging on it.
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The overall area of the 25 and the bullseye is a lot bigger than a treble. So there's that.
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(05-03-2015, 03:23 PM)dfunkt Wrote: I know I have practiced bulls more than any other area, but it seems that if I can hit them I should be able to adjust the aim for any other spot...

Maybe you could try sliding over and going for D11 and/or D6. Same elevation as the bull. You should be able to improve at those pretty quickly. Then start working your way a little further north and south...
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