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Are you the new Phil

Are you the new Phil 'The Power' Taylor? 12 Dart Challenge

The '12 Dart Challenge' is a competition to find the darter with the highest score from 12 consecutive darts. The highest possible achievable score is 4 x 180's,which is a whopping 720 - even Phil Taylor would struggle to achieve that! The distance of the throw-line or 'oche' as it is known, from the board is determined by the thrower in this challenge. However, this is taken into account when scoring as the throwing distance (in cm's) must be entered when entering a score. The calculation is...   more details

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  • 1
    JamieOgley

    JamieOgley

    Score: 526

    123,140,140,123. Hi, my name is Jamie Ogley and im 14 years old. This was my third attempt at thi...

  • 2
    kirk180

    kirk180

    Score: 474

    i threw from the proper distance, but dont know what it is in centimetres, i hit 180 1st go

  • 3
    sofakingsuite18

    sofakingsuite18

    Score: 380

    A friend video taped a match I played in Philadelphia back in 2010. I just happened to look back...

  • 4 Paul180

    Paul180

    Score: 347

    100; 87; 94; 66

  • 5 lukefrearson

    lukefrearson

    Score: 310

    85,140,44,41

  • 6 sefchenko

    sefchenko

    Score: 289.61

    my names ash and im 14 years old

  • 7 Worthster

    Worthster

    Score: 250

    1st 3 darts = 60, 2nd 3 darts = 85, 3rd 3 darts = 45, 4th 3 darts = 60. Total from 12 darts = 25...

  • 8 AndyWeaver

    AndyWeaver

    Score: 246

    45, 100, 41, 60. Not great at darts.

  • 9 David Malcolm

    David Malcolm

    Score: 214

    I had a quick try this morning and best was 214. Will try again and video

  • 10 Simon

    Simon

    Score: 198

    Neva measured the distance,but it was a set mark in the bar so I presuming it would be the proper...

  • 11 BradDawson

    BradDawson

    Score: 187

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    AliEnverSabuncuoglu

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    JamieOgley

    Score: 526

    123,140,140,123. Hi, my name is Jamie Ogley and im 14 years old. This was my third attempt at this. I had a try after and i got 560. But due to this one being on camera, i chose this one. I threw from 7ft 9 and a quarter (237 cm) - correct distance.

  • Total score from 12 consecutive darts: 526
  • Enter the distance, in centimetres, you have throw: 237

  • Comment on this entry:

    Worthster: awesome mate
    Worthster: awesome mate

All about this challenge

Profile pic: Worthster Challenge created by:
Worthster

Challenge for: all

Challenge goal: increase skill

Challenge targets: arms

Level: suitable for all competitors

Age: any age

Here's what you need to do to take part:

The '12 Dart Challenge' is a competition to find the darter with the highest score from 12 consecutive darts. The highest possible achievable score is 4 x 180's,which is a whopping 720 - even Phil Taylor would struggle to achieve that!

The distance of the throw-line or 'oche' as it is known, from the board is determined by the thrower in this challenge. However, this is taken into account when scoring as the throwing distance (in cm's) must be entered when entering a score. The calculation is formulated as follows:-

* The regulation distance, from oche to board, is 237cm. Therefore, if you throw from this distance your score will be recorded as 1 point = 1 point.

* If you throw from a distance less than 237cm, for example 200cm, your score will be calculated as 200/237 x 1 point. Thus each point would only be worth 0.844 point.

* Alternatively, If you throw from a distance greater than the regulation 237cm, for example 300cm, your score will be calculated as 300/237 x 1 point. Thus each point would be worth a mighty 1.266 points. In this instance it is actually possible to achieve greater than the '720 Maximum'!

It's time to get out your arrows and enter the oche.
To be taken seriously in this challenge you will need to submit video evidence of your 12 dart maximum, even you Mr 'Power' Taylor!

Here's a touch of Taylor magic if your require some inspiration:




Only one thing left to say, "LET'S PLAY DARTS!"

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Note: if the challenge description doesn't include clear details of what to do to enter, please contact the person who created the challenge to ask them to improve the description, or report this challenge

Entry scores

E1: Total score from 12 consecutive darts

E2: Enter the distance, in centimetres, you have throw

Challenge scores are calculated using:

Score= E1 * (E2/237)