|URC Dart League Score Sheet|
Each player nominates three horses each week as their “Darts” in hopes of hitting the pre-designated “Target” (horse can be from any URC supporting stable). Only races on Saturday or Sundays are eligible for this competition. Any track and race condition may be entered. NO HOT RACES!!! Race must have 8 horses entered total!!!
Horses must be nominated under the weekly thread that will be
posted. Each week is a "inning" starting with 1 ending in 9.
Numbers in play: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 (innings)
Rules of play: This game is similar to the actual game of baseball. Players try to score as many points as possible per inning in order to win.
Players shoot three darts per turn (your entered horses). The board is broken into pieces called innings. Each one of these innings is broken into three scoring sections.
The first section is the largest, and covers all of the uncolored area between the cork and the red ring. This area is worth one point if your horse finishes third. In the image below, it is highlighted (roughly) in yellow.
The second scoring area is the red ring, worth two points (horse finishing 2nd). Oddly enough, this area is referred to as "the red". The final scoring area, known as "the trips", is the thin uncolored outer ring.
Darts landing in this area score three points each.
Scoring Example #1:
The group of darts below was thrown at inning number Eight. The scoring would be:
Total for the inning - Five points.
Scoring Example #2:
The group of darts below were thrown at inning number Two.
The scoring for that group would be:
Total points scored during the inning - Six.
Win = 3 points
Place = 2 points
Show = 1 points
Off the board = 0 points
First Place - 750 credits
Second Place - 500 credits
Third Place - 250 credits
If the game is tied at the end of nine innings, extra
innings are shot to determine the winner, starting with inning ten.
This will involve a one-week dart board where the tied players will compete to break the tie starting with the "10th inning", the highest scorer will take the higher of the tied positions.
If there is a tie for any position, the tied players will be deemed to capture the tied spot and the spot(s) immediately following.
For example, a tie for first would result in the tie breaker battling for the First and Second place spots. A multiple tie would battle for multiple positions.
In example, a three-way tie for third would compete for
the Third, Fourth and Fifth place finish.
In the event that a tie continues to exist, subsequent tie breaker weeks will be held until the tie is broken.
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