Dart Game Rules
Rules For Futbol
Kind of an odd game that really sharpens your ability to hit bullseyes.
This game can be played with 2 players or 2 teams.
To score at least the same number of points faster than your opponent
was able to.
Four tallies are marked each side of the board to represent the four
"downs" that the offense posseses the ball. The players names are
written at the top of each column.
Both players throw one dart at bullseye, closest to the bull throws
first and has the option of "receiving the ball". If the player "receives" he will play offense first and try to score points. If the
player chooses not to receive he will play defense and try to stop the
other player from scoring too many points.
The offensive player throws first and tries to score as high a score as
possible with three darts. The thin outer ring is the "double" and
counts as two time the number scored. The thin inner ring is the
"triple" and counts as three times the number scored. Scores less than
41 with three darts do not count. Any score 41 or greater is added to
the offensive player's score.
Next, the defensive player throws three darts at bullseye. Any darts that hit the bullseye remove one down each (two if it is a double
bullseye). Erase one tally from the offensive player's side for each
bullseye the defense scored.
Play continues alternating players until the defense has remove all four
downs from the offensive player. Once all four downs are removed, "posession of the ball" is turned over to the original defensive player.
The offensive player now plays defense and the defensive player now
The goal of the new offensive player is to score more points than the
original offensive player scored.
There really is no strategy to this game, it's really just a game of
accuracy. The only hint I can offer is that misses around the 19 score
more than misses around the 20.
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