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Dart Games - Chase the Dragon Rules

Chase The Dragon

Chase the Dragon - Fun Easy Game

Players: Two Players or more

Darts: Three each

Rules:

The object of this game is to hit the treble segments from 10-20 then the outer bull and bull in that order. This is a very simple and fast game. The trebles that are use are the trebles most hit for combination out shots in a game of 501 therefore it helps also with your accuracy with these common trebles. The winner of the game is the first to hit all twelve scoring areas in order.

Other standard rules apply three darts each player and throw consist of throwing all three darts if needed, players take it in turn to throw.

A variation of this game is the three headed Dragon. Here a game is won when you have completed the basic Dragon three times. It extends the game giving more opportunity to come back at a player that may have an early lead.

 

 

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Dart games you can play on a standard (London Clock) dartboard

Darts is a sport enjoyed by all regardless of age or gender. People play for fun while others take this sport very seriously. The ’01 game is the most common followed by ‘Cricket’ I call it American Cricket because it has no refence to wickets, bats, balls or runs. Shanghai probably rate third as most commonly played dart games around the world. However, there a lot of games for you to enjoy. Some are designed for the not so skilled while others do require a lot of skill to play well. A larger list of games and rules is availble on the main Darts501.com website

 


 

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Chase the Dragon
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Nine Lives
Noughts & Crosses
Prisoner
Shanghai
Snooker
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Games that feature on this website

Some of the games that feature on this website have been designed purely for inclusion solely on my websites. I have created most of the other games, and credit is given if others, i.e. tennis, have supplied the game.  Some of the games have been played as far back as the early 1900s. However, you may find some regional variations to the rules I have published.

Designed for my websites: 180 Around the Clock, Chase the Dragon, Grand National, plus Tennis supplied by Richard Cotterill and Keith Block. Please do not reproduce these games on your own website. If you like the games, I feature then, by all means, place a link to this page.

Should you supply a game for inclusion, and if it is accepted, a credit will be given to you as per the game tennis.

If you have copied any ‘Designed for my website games’ and placed them on your website without gaining permission, please remove them. Thank you.

 

 

 

 

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