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Bullseye practice
I've been working on a routine for practicing bullseye. I started, initially, at zero and would score 1 for each hit and -1 for each miss. This can be tough, especially for beginners.

I think a good way to play it is to start with a positive (even for the sake of simplicity) number and set a goal of half-again as much.

For example: Start at 2 with a goal of 3. If you reach the goal, add 2 to the starting number. You would then start at 4 with a goal of 6. Then start at 6 with a goal of 9.

I'm still new and am working on accuracy. I played it tonight, starting at 2.

I dropped to -3 and managed to get back to +2, but dropped back again and had to stop to go spend some time with my wife. Darts, and a new motorcycle keep me away sometimes. During play, I would end up at -1, hit a double leaving me at 1. I would bounce back and forth between 1 and 0 for a while.

Would it make sense to limit the number of darts to complete each 'level'?
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That sounds like a good routine Jay, maybe having a limited amount of darts is a good idea for each level.

Not sure what or how to work out a limit though.
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I don't know if setting your dart limit to equal your target would be too difficult. For instance, using my previous post as an example:

First round, target is 3, you get 3 darts. Simple enough, right?
Next, starting at 4, target of 6; you get 6 darts. Then 9 for 9, etc. OR, use a limit set to your starting score. So... Basically getting 2 more darts each round. I haven't done the math, but I think there is a chance down the line to not have enough darts to make the target, unless every dart hits.
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- If it don't fit, force it.  If it breaks, it needed replacing anyway.
- If it ain't broke, you might still be able to fix it.

"Maintain a solid 60.  What you do with your other two darts is up to you" -Unknown

My match darts:  22gm Bulls White Pegasus, intermediate nylon/Target Carbon Ti Pro stems, Rhino standard flights.
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