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Steve Beaton Practice Routine
I'd change a bit of it and i'm sure this is a variation of some routines posted here before (hopefully not a repost) but I quite like a lot of aspects of his straightforward practice routine.

Even for an experienced player throwing 20 20's in a row can be challenging but I count it as valid with a 19 cover shot!

Let me know what you think or what you'd change!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9ijJyVCHWg

-Cheers!
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I didn't understand that method years ago and I stil don't understand it now. I mean the part about doubles. Maybe if I give it a few years more or if someone makes subtitles to it (not the automatic ones provided by youtube). I got it as he has to hit at least one double out of three darts thrown but it sounds more complicated than that.
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Looks like on the doubles he just keeps throwing till he hits it then moves to the next number?
ASked how long that takes him he says it may take him 1.5 hours some days? Can't be true unless he's doing it with his other hand. LOL
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Basically the doubles routine is he hits the double with one of his three darts then moves on to the next double for the next three darts all the way round to the D20 - however there is a penalty if he misses the double at any point. Say he got to D17 and he missed with his three darts then he would go all the way back to D1 and go round again. This is why it could take him 1.5 hours.

If you want to incorporate the above into your own practice sessions, to make it a little easier as you aren't a pro, instead of going all the way back to D1 if you miss a double just go back one number. So in the example above if you miss D17 you would go back to D16, not all the way back to the start.
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(11-20-2018, 08:52 AM)mc1958 Wrote: Basically the doubles routine is he hits the double with one of his three darts then moves on to the next double for the next three darts all the way round to the D20 - however there is a penalty if he misses the double at any point.  Say he got to D17 and he missed with his three darts then he would go all the way back to D1 and go round again.  This is why it could take him 1.5 hours.

If you want to incorporate the above into your own practice sessions, to make it a little easier as you aren't a pro, instead of going all the way back to D1 if you miss a double just go back one number.  So in the example above if you miss D17 you would go back to D16, not all the way back to the start.

That is a brutal practice drill as The Adonis does it.

The mortals' versions sounds good though.

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