Gary Anderson (Dartspieler). London PDC World Darts Championship. aus Wikipedia. Insgesamt wurde neun Mal ein Nine dart finish bei einer PDC Weltmeisterschaft gespielt. Erstmals gelang dies dem. Beim World Cup of Darts handelt es sich um den einzigen Teamwettbewerb der Professional Darts Corporation (PDC). Dabei nehmen jeweils die beiden besten.
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The earliest darts were stubs of arrows or crossbow bolts. These darts were mainly produced in France and became known as French darts.
The first metal barrels were made from brass which was relatively cheap and easy to work. This type of dart continued to be used into the s.
Quality dartboards are still made of sisal fibres from East Africa, Brazil, or China; less expensive boards are sometimes made of cork or coiled paper.
Modern darts have four parts: the points, the barrels, the shafts and the flights. Others are designed to retract slightly on impact to lessen the chance of the dart bouncing out.
The barrels come in a variety of weights and are usually constructed from brass, silver-nickel, or a tungsten alloy. Brass is cheap but light and therefore brass barrels tend to be very bulky.
Tungsten, on the other hand, is twice as dense as brass; thus a tungsten barrel of equivalent weight could be thirty percent smaller in diameter than a brass one.
Barrels come in three basic shapes: cylindrical, ton, or torpedo. The shafts are manufactured in various lengths, and some are designed to be cut to length.
Shafts are generally made from plastics, nylon polymers, or metals such as aluminium and titanium; and can be rigid or flexible.
Longer shafts provide greater stability and allow a reduction in flight size which in turn can lead to closer grouping; but, they also shift the weight towards the rear causing the dart to tilt backwards during flight, requiring a harder, faster throw.
The flight stabilizes the dart by producing drag , thus preventing the rear of the dart from overtaking the point. The three most common shapes in order of size are the standard, the kite, and the smaller pear shape.
The less surface area, the less stability but larger flights hamper close grouping. Some manufacturers have sought to solve this by making a flight long and thin but this, in turn, creates other problems such as changing the dart's centre of gravity.
Generally speaking, a heavier dart will require a larger flight. The choice of barrel, shaft, and flight will depend a great deal on the individual player's throwing style.
The regulations came about due to the United Kingdom and the rest of the world playing at different lengths, with 2.
The standard dartboard is divided into 20 numbered sections, scoring from 1 to 20 points, by wires running from the small central circle to the outer circular wire.
Circular wires within the outer wire subdivide each section into single, double and triple areas. The dartboard featured on The Indoor League television show of the s did not feature a triple section, and according to host Fred Trueman during the first episode, this is the traditional Yorkshire board.
Various games can be played and still are played informally using the standard dartboard. However, in the official game, any dart landing inside the outer wire scores as follows:.
The highest score possible with three darts is , commonly known as a "ton 80" points is called a ton , obtained when all three darts land in the triple In the televised game, the referee frequently announces a score of in exuberant style.
A "quad" ring appeared briefly between the triple ring and the bull in the s, leading to a potential maximum three quads , a maximum checkout QQBull and seven dart finishes from a start five quads, triple, bullseye , but was swiftly dropped from professional tournament play after only two years.
Assuming standard scoring, the optimal area to aim for on the dartboard to maximize the player's score varies significantly based on the player's skill.
The skilled player should aim for the centre of the T20, and as the player's skill decreases, their aim moves slightly up and to the left of the T Many games can be played on a dartboard, but the term "darts" generally refers to a game in which one player at a time throws three darts per turn.
A game of darts is generally contested between two players, who take turns. The most common objective is to reduce a fixed score, commonly or , to zero "checking out".
The final dart must land in either the bullseye or a double segment to win. Not all three darts need to be thrown on the final turn; the game can be finished on any of the three darts.
When two teams play, the starting score is sometimes increased to or even ; the rules remain the same.
A throw that reduces a player's score below zero, to exactly one, or to zero but not ending with a double is known as "going bust", with the player's score being reset to the value before starting the turn, and the remainder of the turn being forfeited.
In some variants called a "northern bust" in London only the dart that causes the bust is not counted. That is felt by some to be a purer version of the game, as under the normal rules, as explained above, a player left with a difficult finish, e.
For example, a player with 20 at the start of their go could miss the double 10 and get a single, miss the double 5 and get a single, leaving them 5 and only one dart remaining.
Their best option is to deliberately bust it to get back onto double Under the "northern bust" they would remain on 5.
A darts match is played over a fixed number of games, known as legs. A match may be divided into sets, with each set being contested as over a fixed number of legs.
Although playing straight down from is standard in darts, sometimes a double must be hit to begin scoring, known as "doubling in", with all darts thrown before hitting a double not being counted.
The minimum number of thrown darts required to complete a leg of is nine. The most common nine dart finish consists of two maximums followed by a checkout TTD12 , but there are many other possible ways of achieving the feat.
Three s TTBull is considered a pure or perfect nine-dart finish by some players. American Darts is a regional U. Cricket is a widely played darts game involving a race to control and score on numbers between 20 and 15 and the bullseye, by hitting each of these targets for three marks to open or own it for scoring.
A hit on the target counts as one mark, while hits in the doubles ring of the target count as two marks in one throw, and on the triples ring as three.
The outer bullseye counts as 25 points and the inner as Dartball is a darts game based on the sport of baseball.
It is played on a diamond-shaped board and has similar scoring to baseball. Scoring is similar to golf. This is a regional variant still played in some parts of the East End of London.
The board has fewer, larger segments, all numbered either 5, 10, 15 or Any number of players can take part and the game can vary in length depending on the number of targets selected.
Initially, each player throws a dart at the board with their non-dominant hand to obtain their 'number'. No two players can have the same number.
Once everyone has a number, each player takes it in turn to get their number five times with their three darts doubles count twice, and triples three times.
Once a person has reached 5, they become a 'killer'. This means they can aim for other peoples numbers, taking a point off for each time they hit doubles x2, triples x3.
If a person gets to zero they are out. A killer can aim for anyone's numbers, even another killer's. Players cannot get more than 5 points.
The winner is 'the last man standing'. Another version of "Killer" is a "knock-out" game for three or more players the more the better.
To start, everyone has a pre-determined number of lives, usually 5 and a randomly chosen player throws a single dart at the board to set a target i.
The next player up has 3 darts to try and hit the target single 18 , if they fail, they lose a life and the following player tries.
Once a player succeeds at hitting the target, they then become the target setter and throw a dart to set a new target. Niederlande Danny Noppert 92, England Callan Rydz 89, England Callan Rydz 87, England Luke Humphries 95, England James Wilson 89, England Joe Cullen 92, Deutschland Nico Kurz 95, Deutschland Nico Kurz 93, Deutschland Nico Kurz 96, England Luke Humphries 94, England Luke Humphries 91, Niederlande Jermaine Wattimena 95, Sudafrika Devon Petersen 92, England Luke Humphries 97, England Luke Humphries 98, Schottland Peter Wright , Osterreich Rowby-John Rodriguez 81, Schottland Peter Wright 96, Philippinen Noel Malicdem 85, Philippinen Noel Malicdem 93, Schottland Peter Wright 94, Japan Seigo Asada 95, Nordirland Mickey Mansell 80, England Keegan Brown 90, Japan Seigo Asada 91, Niederlande Jeffrey de Zwaan 94, Niederlande Vincent van der Voort 95, England Dave Chisnall 93, Irland Keane Barry 91, Niederlande Vincent van der Voort 91, England Dave Chisnall , Niederlande Jeffrey de Zwaan , Niederlande Raymond van Barneveld 96, Niederlande Jeffrey de Zwaan 93, Vereinigte Staaten Darin Young 87, Vereinigte Staaten Darin Young 90, England Justin Pipe 92, Nordirland Daryl Gurney 96, Slowenien Benjamin Pratnemer 87, England Justin Pipe 90, England Glen Durrant 97, England Glen Durrant 95, Australien Damon Heta 93, Australien Damon Heta 87, England Glen Durrant 94, England Chris Dobey 94, England Ted Evetts 91, England Fallon Sherrock 91, England Fallon Sherrock 90, England Chris Dobey , Niederlande Ron Meulenkamp 91, England Chris Dobey 96, Neuseeland Ben Robb 88, Niederlande Ron Meulenkamp 94, Wales Gerwyn Price 99, Wales Gerwyn Price 90, Finnland Marko Kantele 83, Peter Wright.
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Michael van Gerwen. Gary Anderson. Adrian Lewis. John Part. The 32 highest ranked players on the PDC Pro Tour Order of Merit not already qualified and 32 qualifiers from around the world will begin in the first round.
All matches will be played as single in, double out; requiring the players to score points to win a leg , finishing on either a double or the bullseye.
Matches will be played to set format, with each set being the best of five legs first to three. A rule which has been in place for previous tournaments, where the final set had to be won by two clear legs, was removed in order to prevent sessions overrunning.
The draw took place on 3 December , live on Sky Sports News. A total of 29 nationalities are represented, surpassing the record of the and editions by one.
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