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Double Double / Double Treble Advanced (Looong)
Hi all.

Due to lack of practice recent weeks my league form has suffered.
So, to build confidence and increase my focus this routine seems to do the trick for me.

Anyways, thought I'd share maybe others can benefit as well.

Kinda long routine I use at least 2 practice sessions to get thru
I start at D1, need 2 of 3 darts in the double to continue.
Then I go to T20, and the same 2 of 3 darts needed in the treble to move on to D2. Get 2 of 3 in D2, back to T20, then D3-T20-D4-T20-D5-T20 and so
on.

Mix it up with any treble you'd like, this is just my way of boosting confidence on hitting those doubles and the T20.
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Sounds like a fun way to kill that 5 minutes spare time.

Did I say minutes? Hours I meant to say. Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.

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Just finished my first go at this. Took me a good 3 hours and two practice sessions.

Got one 180 but no three darts in a double.

Anyway, good to be back on the practice board :)
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Tried this yesterday... but had to stop after 30 minutes (just completed D11). Continued today and finished finally on the bulls eye. Took about another 30 minutes.

So it gives an hour of good training. Wasn't counting, but I think I needed more tries on the treble than on the doubles. Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.

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Good grouping exercise.

Killer!!
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Reading this, an order of play occurred to me.. D1, T20, D2, T19, D3, T18 and so on. If purely for scoring/doubling, perhaps cycling through T20-T18 or T17 since they seem to be used most for high outs.
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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.

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I had a go at this last night, using the order in my last post. With my accuracy being what it is, it too me a very long time and very many rounds (I won't quantify either) to get D1, T20, D2, T19, D3.

One thing I noticed was that as time went on, my focus increased.
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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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This sounds like fun for someone who doesn't have "Summer Darts Syndrome".....sigh....lol
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I suggest a modified routine. Carry over any extra darts you did not use to hit the two to the next target.

If you hit the first two in the double, then the third can be used at the triple, Now, you have 4 darts at the triple. Same with the triple. If you are fortunate, and have the first two in at the triple, you have 5 at the next double.....

This stops the tendency to say "good, I got two in and I can toss this one away". It also gives you a chance at having a little buffer for strays.
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