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What is CTD 3b in darts?

Last Updated: 26th March, 2021

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Underneath the standard 20 through 15 and B, mark D (fordoubles), T (for triples), and 3B (for three-in-a-bed).(Three-in-a-bed means all three darts in the same scoringarea.

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Similarly, it is asked, what does CTD and 3b mean in darts?

Scoreboards with CTD3B for scoring cricket, 01 games andWild Mouse (AKA -Minnesota or Moose) When playing Wild Mouse, gamesare scored by not only hitting 3 bulls (C) but also havingto hit three doubles (D), three triples (T), and three bed shots(3B) (all three darts in the samenumber).

Additionally, what is a triple 20 in darts? Understanding The Triple 20 The double 20 is the small portion closest tothe number 20 on the dart board. If you move inwardtowards the bullseye, you will find a similar section. This is thetriple 20. If you're able to land your dart in thissection of the board once, you'll receive 60points.

Also question is, what is 3 Bullseyes in darts called?

The bullseye, or bull's-eye, is the centre of ashooting target, and by extension the name given to any shot thathits the bullseye. In the dart golf game, thebullseye is used as part of a three-part tie breakerthat also includes the treble twenty. Hitting three bullseyes indarts is known as the "Alan Evans shot".

What does C mean in cricket?

"C" Pronounced "See" (to look). In the darts gamecricket this refers to the number of high scores that arehit by throwing 3 darts and then convert that to the number of hitdarts eg.

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