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https://www.100megsfree.com/thedartdog/p...rtdog.html

https://www.crowsdarts.com/practice.html

https://www.darts501.com/Practice.htm
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Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images. Thanks Grip, Informative sites. quote "you can practice 8 hours per day , but if it isn't good practice then it won't help" unquote. these folks have a very systematic approach and efforts.
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I have a set routine at the moment when i get home from work where to start i go around the board, 1 to 20 aiming at the treble on each number. I get 3 points for a treble, 2 for a double and 1 for a single. Then i throw 9 darts at the bull as a little bit of fun and then i throw at every double starting from 1 and through to 20 till i hit every one. After that i play 30 legs of 501 to a finish and record all the legs to see how many darts each leg takes, how many 100+, 140+ & 180+......

Anyone else do anything like this?
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(01-10-2014, 10:57 AM)TANGO2009 Wrote: I have a set routine at the moment when i get home from work where to start i go around the board, 1 to 20 aiming at the treble on each number. I get 3 points for a treble, 2 for a double and 1 for a single. Then i throw 9 darts at the bull as a little bit of fun and then i throw at every double starting from 1 and through to 20 till i hit every one. After that i play 30 legs of 501 to a finish and record all the legs to see how many darts each leg takes, how many 100+, 140+ & 180+......

Anyone else do anything like this?

Hello Tango and welcome to the site.

That first one you do is called 180, I often play that and its a great practice. I would usually just throw the darts any old how to start warming my arm up then I would play round the clock on singles then round the clock on doubles then play 180 and then finish off with a few legs of 501.

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(01-10-2014, 11:01 AM)Getagrip Wrote:
(01-10-2014, 10:57 AM)TANGO2009 Wrote: I have a set routine at the moment when i get home from work where to start i go around the board, 1 to 20 aiming at the treble on each number. I get 3 points for a treble, 2 for a double and 1 for a single. Then i throw 9 darts at the bull as a little bit of fun and then i throw at every double starting from 1 and through to 20 till i hit every one. After that i play 30 legs of 501 to a finish and record all the legs to see how many darts each leg takes, how many 100+, 140+ & 180+......

Anyone else do anything like this?

Hello Tango and welcome to the site.

That first one you do is called 180, I often play that and its a great practice. I would usually just throw the darts any old how to start warming my arm up then I would play round the clock on singles then round the clock on doubles then play 180 and then finish off with a few legs of 501.

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Im happy to share, will be interesting to hear anyone else's practice routines. Maybe see what sort of averages people are hitting and then i can compare to see how well or bad im doing....lol
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