BASEBALL - Tournament Style
To begin, each player shoots 1 dart at the bulls eye to determine who begins play. Closest to the center is first
and so on. The game begins by each player throwing 3 darts at the #1 or the first
"inning" trying to score as
many points as possible. Each remaining player does the same. Next they shoot at #2 and continue in
numerical rotation through the 9th "inning". The player with the most "runs" wins. Scoring for each "inning" is 1
point for large white area, 2 points for red area, and 3 points for small white area. Any darts in the blue portion
count as 0.
Each player throws three darts at the triple or small white segment between the red and blue in the number
13. If one or more darts enter this area, this entitles the player to shoot at the #1 or 1st inning to try to score as
many points as possible. If two darts land in the trip 13, the player's score doubles on that next particular
inning. If no darts land in trip 13, the next player shoots. Scoring on each inning is as follows: Large white
segment, 1 point; red segment, 2 points; small white outer segment, 3 points.
6 – 11: CORK
Each player shoots three darts - one at #6, one at #11, and the last one at the bull's eye (cork). Points are
scored when darts land on that particular number; cork counts as five points. This is played for three or five
20 TO 3 TO CORK
Player first throws at #20, trying to score as many points as possible with first dart. If player scores, they
then moves clockwise the same number of segments as the the number he scored until all three darts are
thrown. In the next round, the player begins with the last segment number on which they scored. Once the
player reaches #3, they then try to score in the bull's eye to finally win.
First, each player throws one dart to pick their number. No two numbers may be next to each other.
This game is usually played with three or more players. The object is to eliminate all other players before
yourself in order to win. Next, the first player shoots three darts at their number
trying to score seven points. The next player tries the same using their number and so on. When any player
reaches seven points, they then become a "terminator" and tries to shoot at opposing player's numbers, which
subtracts points from the opponents scores. If another player also becomes a "terminator", they may then
reduce another "terminators" score below seven so that they must return to shooting at their number to regain
the seven-point score and become a "terminator" once again.
BASEBALL DART GAME
(REVERSE SIDE OF #5003 AND #5004)
- Rules are very similar to Major League Baseball. Game may be played with two or more players.
- Object is to score as many runs as possible before obtaining three outs.
- Any batter that makes it to base, advances other base runners the same number of bases.
- Double play counts as two outs but does not remove base runners.
- Triple play counts as three out and retires the side.
- The HR - in the center scores as a home run.
- The PB-counts as past ball and moves the batter to first base without having to throw a second dart at first base.
- Foul Ball - does not count and can be thrown again.
- Game is played for nine innings.
- Any dart on any borderline counts to the advantage of the player.