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dartboard

a circular piece of wood, cork, etc., used as the target in the game of darts. It is divided into numbered sectors with central inner and outer bull's-eyes
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But in 1979, he spotted three men chucking nails at a dartboard. He said: "I was fascinated by it.
I spend so much of my life looking at a computer screen that I have a dartboard that I strap on the back of door frames and play for an hour beforehand to clear my head.
Modern pubs are so obsessed with fancy food menus and soft furnishings that they neglect the most essential ingredient of them all - the dartboard.
Can you tell me about the history of the numbering on the dartboard and any maths which can be used to help improve my game?
Many companies take a dartboard approach to land corporate or government contracts, grasping at any and every opportunity to win a bid.
for example, in the Dartboard game, children reach a target score by placing darts on a dartboard numbered 2 through 9; spaces on the board's outer rim are double the value of the inside number.
Offering dartboards, dartboard cases, chalkboards and more, Boddingtons brings the U.K.
It is probably hard to do that, though, when your shtick as a national dartboard figure is playing so well.
Winmau Dartboard Darts, dart boards, cabinets, dart accessories
The vocalist said the group had collectively dubbed former X Factor judge Walsh's schedule the "dartboard tour" because of the way he had appeared to choose venues without "any sense of regulation".
He'd be too concerned about violating the rights of the dartboard.
"If I'd had a dartboard at school I might have learnt maths so that subtraction was second nature.