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The glossary of Darts Terms & Phrases

ANNIE'S ROOM
ARROWS
BABY TON
BAG O' NUTS
BARREL
BASEMENT
BREAKFAST
BUCKET OF NAILS
BUCKSHOT
BULL
BULLSEYE
BUST
C
CHUCKER
CLOCK
CORK
DIDDLE FOR MIDDLE
DOUBLE
DOUBLE IN
DOUBLE OUT
DOUBLE TOP
DOUBLE TROUBLE
DOWNSTAIRS
EASY IN
FEATHERS
FLIGHTS
HALF-A-CROWN
HAT TRICK
HOCKEY
ISLAND
LEG
MIDDLE FOR MIDDLE
MONGER
MUGS AWAY
MURPHY
OCHE
POINT MONGER
POPCORN
RIGHT CHURCH, WRONG PEW lub RIGHT HOUSE, WRONG BED
ROBIN HOOD
SHAFT
SHUT OUT
SKUNKED
SLOP
SPIDER
SPLASH
STRAIGHT IN
THREE IN A BED
THROW LINE
TOE LINE
TON
TRIPPLE
UPSTAIRS
WIRE
X

GLOSSARY

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ANNIE'S ROOM:

The number 1.



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ARROWS:

Darts.



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BABY TON:

A score of 95, by scoring five 19's.



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BAG O' NUTS:

A score of 45.



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BARREL:

The part of a dart a player grips just behind the point.



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BASEMENT:

The double 3.



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BREAKFAST:

A score of single 5, single 20, and single 1 in a game of x01; based on the typical price of a bed-and-breakfast, which cost 26 pence.



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BUCKET OF NAILS:

Hitting the number 1 with all the three darts.



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BUCKSHOT:

Darts hitting the board wildly all over it.



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BULL:

The board center.



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BULLSEYE:

The board center.



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BUST:

The situation when the number of the player’s points from the previous turn is restored.



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C:

In a Cricket game this refers to high scores base on the number of darts scored; for example a triple 20, single 20, e.g. a single 20 would be called a C 5 because "5 darts" were scored with three darts.



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CHUCKER:

A player who just "chucks" the darts at the board, and does not aim or care.



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CIRCLE IT:

When a player scores a single digit (fewer than 10) with three darts, his teammates usually exclaim "Circle it!" and the scorekeeper highlights the unfortunate throw.



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CLOCK:

The darts board.



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CORK:

The board center. This comes from the cork in the end of a keg where it is tapped. The ends of kegs were used for targets in the beginning of darts.



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DIDDLE FOR MIDDLE:

A throw to see who gets one dart closer to the bull's eye to determine who throws darts first in the game.



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DOUBLE:

The thin outer board ring, which counts for twice the number hit.



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DOUBLE IN:

A double is necessary to start the game.



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DOUBLE OUT:

A double is necessary to win the game.



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DOUBLE TOP:

The double 20.



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DOUBLE TROUBLE:

Inability to hit the double necessary to win the game.



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DOWNSTAIRS:

The lower board portion, referring to the 19's in a game of x01.



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EASY IN:

A game that requires no special shots to start scoring.



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FEATHERS:

The "wings" at a dart end that let it fly straight; also known as flights.



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FEATHERS:

The number 33.



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FLIGHTS:

The end dart wings that make it fly straight; also known as feathers.



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HALF-A-CROWN:

A score of single 5, single 20, single 1 in a game of x01.



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HAT TRICK:

A score of three bull's eyes.



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HOCKEY:

The line that a player stands behind and throws the darts from.



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ISLAND:

The actual playable area of a darts board (inside the doubles ring). If a player misses, he is "Off the island".



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LEG:

One game of a match.



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MAD HOUSE:

The double-one, because it can drive a player trying to hit one in a game of x01 crazy.



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MIDDLE FOR MIDDLE:

A throw to see who gets one dart closer to the bull’s eye to determine who throws darts first in the game.



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MONGER:

A person who deliberately scores many more points than necessary to win the game.



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MUGS AWAY:

The loser of the previous game goes first in the next game.



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MURPHY:

A score of single 5, single 20, single 1 in a game of x01; based on Murphy's Law.



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OCHE:

The line that a player stands behind and throws the darts from.



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POINT MONGER:

A person who deliberately scores many more points than necessary to win the game.



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POPCORN:

When the darts hit the board so close to each other that they knock their flights out.



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RIGHT CHURCH, WRONG PEW or RIGHT HOUSE, WRONG BED:

When a player hits a double or triple, but the wrong number.



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ROBIN HOOD:

When a player throws a dart into the shaft of another.



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SHAFT:

The part of a dart behind the barrel when the flights are mounted.



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SHANGHAI:

A score of a single, double and triple in the same number. In some games it is an automatic win. It is also the name of a game.



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SHUT OUT:

When a player loses a game without ever scoring in it.



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SKUNKED:

When a player loses a game without ever scoring in it.



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SLOP:

The darts that score, but not where a player wanted them.



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SPIDER:

The metal web that divide the darts board.



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SPLASH:

The darts that score, but not where a player wanted them.



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STRAIGHT IN:

A game that requires no special hit to begin scoring.



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THREE IN A BED:

Three darts in the same number.



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THROW LINE:

The line a player stands behind and throws the darts from.



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TOE LINE:

The line a player stands behind and throws the darts from.



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TON:

A score of 100 in a game of x01. Scores over 100 would be called a "ton-whatever" for example, a ton-thirty would be the score of 130.



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TRIPPLE:

The thin inner ring of the board, it counts for three times the number hit.



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UPSTAIRS:

The upper board portion, in reference to the 20's.



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WIRE:

Darts that just missed where a player aimed but on the other side of the spider.



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X:

A double 1 out.