# How do you count score in darts?

## How do you count score in darts?

Each player starts with a score of 501 and takes turns to throw 3 darts. The score for each turn is calculated and deducted from the players total. Bullseye scores 50, the outer ring scores 25 and a dart in the double or treble ring counts double or treble the segment score.

## How many points is a dart game?

Each player throws three darts on their turn with the maximum score being 180, achieved by hitting three treble 20s. The bull is worth 50 points, the outer bull 25 points and the various numbers score their own value, unless they are doubled (the outer rim) or trebled.

## What is the maximum you can score with 3 darts?

180The highest score possible with three darts is 180, commonly known as a "ton 80" (100 points is called a ton), obtained when all three darts land in the triple 20. In the televised game, the referee frequently announces a score of 180 in exuberant style.

## How do Points work in cricket darts?

To score, you must throw your dart at any of the game numbers 20 through 15 and bull's-eye. Again, the outer ring counts as two of that number (double) and the inner ring counts for three of that number (triple). Scoring for one dart is indicated with a slash “/” next to the number scored.