Darts Robin Hood
Bulls Eye? Kennt fast jeder. Triple? Schon schwieriger. Doch was ist ein Leg und was bedeutet "Robin Hood"? Begriffe, die man zum Start der Darts-WM am. Hallo liebe Darter,. Corona Isolation und zuhause viel Zeit. Am eigenen Board etwas trainiert und einen ganz speziellen Robin Hood geworfen. Dart steckt. London - Es ist schon jetzt die Szene der diesjährigen Dart-WM: Gary Anderson gelang das fast Unmögliche: Er traf wie einst Robin Hood.
Dart LexikonRobin Hood, Ein Treffer, der auf einem anderen Dart landet und dort in Flight oder Schaft stecken bleibt. Round Robin, Eine Trainings- oder Turniervariante. Hallo liebe Darter,. Corona Isolation und zuhause viel Zeit. Am eigenen Board etwas trainiert und einen ganz speziellen Robin Hood geworfen. Dart steckt. Bulls Eye? Kennt fast jeder. Triple? Schon schwieriger. Doch was ist ein Leg und was bedeutet "Robin Hood"? Begriffe, die man zum Start der Darts-WM am.
Darts Robin Hood Navigation menu VideoThe ROBIN HOOD Moments in Darts!!! London - Es ist schon jetzt die Szene der diesjährigen Dart-WM: Gary Anderson gelang das fast Unmögliche: Er traf wie einst Robin Hood seinen eigenen Pfeil. Hier sehen Sie das Video. When I did it I thought "WTF, where did my darts go?" Then I was like "Aw shit, I bet I just ruined two shafts." level 1. 3 points · 6 years ago. As a former long time darter (10 years of comp), I can honestly say this is the first pic on the sub that I hadn't seen happen before, crazy! level 2. Robin Hood Throwing a dart into the shaft of another making it stick, sometimes splitting the flight. Round nine Throwing three triples that close (before being closed by opponent) or point in one turn in cricket. Round the clock.
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The Legend of Robin Hood is brought to life! Known as Robin of Loxley and the main inspiration behind the brand name, we bring you the Robin darts!
Inspired by the arrows he would shoot, these smooth and sleek darts have undergone a vast amount of machining and will be sure to find their way to the target.
This expression or saying is based on the cost for bed and breakfast in the early part of the twentieth century, the cost being 2s 6d two shillings and sixpence in old English money.
Below are just some of the terms used. Refers to a player who throws very quick smooth darts, like an archer's arrow also known as a 'Derek'.
A score of 26, made up of a single-5, single, single-1 in a game of x This is a common score in darts because players aiming for the 20 segment which contains the highest scoring area on the board will often accidentally hit the 1 and the 5 segments, which are located on either side of the The term comes from the typical price of a bed-and-breakfast in times gone by: 2 shillings and sixpence, or "two and six".
The centre of the board. Hitting more than you needed in an x01 game. The darts do not count and the player begins his next turn on the same score he had prior to.
In a Cricket game this refers to high scores base on the number of darts scored. For example a triple, single, single would be called a C-5 because "5 darts" were scored with three darts.
A player who just "chucks" the darts at the board, doesn't aim or care. When a player scores a single digit less than 10 with three darts, his team-mates would shout out "Circle it!
A variation on this tradition is to draw a fish around the score, often leading to aquarium-related jokes being aimed at particularly poor or unlucky players.
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 game's early days.
The treble-6, so called due to '', and the fact that it is often hit in error when going for treble or treble A throw to see who gets one dart closer to the bullseye to determine who throws first in the game.
The thin outer ring of the board. February Retrieved Archived from the original on BBC Sport. Sports terms named after people.