Special Words for Darts
Dartball: a game in which darts are thrown at a large wooden or board that resembles a baseball field with colored areas which denote bases. Dartball uses baseball-like rules and scoring.
Diddle of middle: Each player or a player from each team throws a dart. The player who hits nearest the bullseye goes first.
Double: The outside ring of a dartboard, where the scores are doubled.
Double in: Scores starts to be counted after first throwing at double ring.
Double out: Can only win by finishing the left score in double ring.
Double top: Double ring of number 20.
Double trouble: Always lose the correct double ring to win the game.
Downstairs: The below half of a dartboard, always refers to areas of 19 in '01 games.
Easy in: Games counting from first throwing without any special notes.
Feathers: Get a score of 33
Format: Rules of dart games.
Half-a-crown: Shoot at single 5,20 & 1 successively in one turn.
Hat trick: Point at bullseye by three darts successively in one turn.
Hockey: Also called The Oche, the line behind which the throwing player must stand.
Island: The effective scoring field on a dartboard.
Leg: A round of game.
Mad house: Double ring of number 1.
Middle for Middle: To point at inner bullseye.
Monder: Players pursuing for high scores only.
Mugs away: The loser throws fist in next game.
Murphy: Shoot at single 5,20 & 1 in one turn.
Oche: Also called Hockey, the line behind which the throwing player must stand.
Point: The tip of a dart, including soft and steel/hard.
Point monger: Players pursuing for high scores only, but a throw that would reduce a player's score to less than zero does not count.
Popcorn: Darts thrown too close to lose the flight.