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100 darts at 20's
Scored 97

I used Darts trainer on android, https://play.google.com/store/apps/detai...practice20

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first go 47 not with my go to darts then 77 with my gen4 taylor 95 give it another crack in a bit
rod dog Angel
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I've been doing this as part of my practice routines for a number of years now, usually every second night.  Here's the results of my last 20 attempts:

S20   T20    Marks
 58       22      124
 61       22      127
 50       25      125
 52       28      136
 48       23      117
 49       32      145
 55       22      121
 57       23      126
 57       23      126
 52       22      118
 57       22      123
 62       26      140
 57       23      126
 60       22      126
 52       25      127
 57       21      120
 63       17      114
 61       22      127
 61       17      112
 56       21      119

S20 average: 56.25    T20 average: 22.90    Marks average:  124.95

I've been tinkering with some different setups recently, so these results are a bit ragged, but the overall average is acceptable.
Current darts: Bull's Shark Pro 24g
Board: Winmau Blade 4
Best 501 game: 11 darts
High finish: 170
Special finish: 132 (DB-DB-D16)
Best 5 throw sequence: 740 (180-140-140-180-100)
Lifetime 180's: 2000+
Lifetime 3 x DB: 31
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(09-09-2017, 05:20 AM)uh-darts Wrote: Hi everyone. I really enjoyed this practice so I decided to create a small app to help scoring 100 darts at 20. It's possible to download it from apple's app store now. Its for free as well. Anyone interested can check it out at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/100-dart...07379?mt=8 or just search for "100 darts at 20" in app store. I would be grateful for any feedback or suggestions for improvements!

I use My Dart Training  It has lots of training modes, and keeps daily/monthly/annual averages.

I only really use it on a tablet, and I think there's a few things that could be improved in tablet mode - perhaps we should have a forum category for apps/software and then a thread on each, to discuss and feed back?  Keeping track and having a goal feels important for focused and effective training, so apps could be really useful, and hence discussion...

The thing about the Darts Practice app posted by rabbits, (which he called darts trainer) that looks interesting, is the hit zone analysis, however it does mean perhaps a bit longer to enter scores, and I am not sure what I'd do with it after!  I'll give it a try as well though.

Dave
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