Players throw one dart each at bullseye to determine playing order, closest to the bullseye goes
first. Players names are written accross the top of the scoreboard in playing order.
The Play: Players take turns, in order, throwing three darts to try and score the targets "hands" as shown on the score board. After throwing three darts a score for that round MUST be placed in one of the available slots on the scoreboard. If there is no avaiable slot that matches the darts that were thrown, a zero must be scored in one of the open slots of the player's own choosing.
When both players have completed all the slots with scores and/or zeros, the total score is calculated and the player with the highest score wins.
Scoring is handled in a standard fashion, all the numbers count as themselves. The thin outer double ring scores two times the number hit and the thin inner triple ring counts as three times the number hit. The outer bullseye scores 25 points and the inner double-bull scores 50 points.
Standard strategy for Yahtzee does not quite apply here since what you score is not completely luck. One strategy that does still apply, though, is to try for the harder hands first, this way if you don't make them you may be able to use the score elswhere. Do not go down the list from top to bottom. Also, leave your chance available as long as possible. I haven't played this enough yet to come up with good strategy suggestions, when I do, I'll update this section.
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