# Darts Quiz

Welcome to the Ultimate Darts Quiz!

Are you ready to put your dart-throwing skills to the test? Whether you’re a casual player or a seasoned pro, this interactive quiz is designed to challenge and entertain darts enthusiasts of all levels.

Embark on a thrilling journey through the world of darts, where you’ll test your knowledge, learn fascinating facts, and uncover valuable tips to improve your game. From the history of darts to the techniques used by champions, this quiz has it all.

So, grab your darts, sharpen your focus, and get ready to aim for the bullseye in the Ultimate Darts Quiz!

Disclaimer: The hard questions in the Darts Quiz are challenging. To finish the game and reaching the master level typically requires a significant amount of grit, determination and perseverance. I you want to learn more about darts check out our article about Darts as a passion.

Question 1:

## What is the standard distance between the front of the dartboard and the throwing line in a game of darts?

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The standard distance is just over 7 feet.
7 feet 9 1/4 inches - The standard distance from the front of the dartboard to the throwing line, also known as the oche, is 7 feet 9 1/4 inches.

Question 2:

## What is the highest score achievable with three darts in a game of darts?

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It involves hitting the same target three times.
180 - The highest score achievable with three darts is 180, achieved by hitting three triple 20s.

Question 3:

## Which segment of the dartboard is known as the 'bullseye'?

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It's the center of the dartboard.
50 - The 'bullseye' is located at the center of the dartboard and has a score of 50 points.

Question 4:

## What is the standard number of darts used to finish a game of 501?

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It's a single-digit number.
9 - A game of 501 is typically finished with a double, requiring a total of 9 darts to complete.

Question 5:

## What is the outer ring of the dartboard, which doubles the score of a dart that lands in it, called?

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It's related to multiplication of the score.
Double ring - The outer ring of the dartboard, also known as the 'Double ring', doubles the score of any dart that lands within it.

Question 6:

## In darts, what is the highest possible checkout with two darts?

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Think about the maximum score you can get with two darts.
170 - A checkout of 170 is the highest possible with two darts, achievable by scoring two treble 20s and then the bullseye.

Question 7:

## What is the term for a throw in darts that lands in the treble 20, treble 20, and then a single 20?

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Consider the total score when three 20s are hit.
140 - A score of 140 is achieved by hitting three 20s, with two in the treble and one in the single segment.

Question 8:

## In darts, which number is directly opposite the number 1 on a standard dartboard?

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Think about the arrangement of numbers on a dartboard.
20 - The number 20 is located directly opposite the number 1 on a standard dartboard.

Question 9:

## What is the term for a throw in darts that lands in the triple 18, single 18, and then the triple 20?

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Consider the total score when hitting a treble and single of the same number.
162 - A score of 162 is achieved by hitting a treble 20, followed by a single 18, and then a treble 18.

Question 10:

## What is the term for a throw in darts that lands in the treble 19, treble 19, and then a single 19?

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Consider the total score when three 19s are hit.
139 - A score of 139 is achieved by hitting three 19s, with two in the treble and one in the single segment.

Question 11:

## In darts, what is the term for three darts thrown in succession that land in the single, double, and triple of the same number?

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It is the ultimate perfection in darts.
Nine-dart finish - A nine-dart finish is the highest achievement in darts, where a player scores 501 points using only nine darts.

Question 12:

## What is the term for the outer wire of the dartboard, which separates the double and treble scoring areas?

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It is related to the structure of the dartboard.
Spider - The spider is the thin metal wire that separates the double and treble scoring areas on the dartboard, also serving to prevent bounce-outs.

Question 13:

## What is the term for the act of hitting the single, double, and treble of the same number with three successive darts?

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It's a term related to precision in darts.
Three in a bed - 'Three in a bed' is the act of hitting the single, double, and treble of the same number with three successive darts, a challenging feat in darts.

Question 14:

## What is the term for the act of hitting the treble, treble, and double of the same number with three successive darts?

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It's a scoring achievement in darts.