Darts Information & Game Rules
The objective is to predict where the darts will land on the dartboard. You can bet on the exact spot where the dart will land, the number of single, doubles or trebles, the total number of points per round, and other options. Like the real game you get three throws, giving you many chances to win. A bonus round gives you a chance to double your winnings with one throw of the dart.
How to Play
Select your bet amount by clicking on the appropriate chip from the chip stack in the bottom right corner. Choose your bet(s) by clicking on the dartboard itself or on an area to the left of the board. If you change your mind, hold down the Shift key and click on the chip to de-select it. You can also click on Last or All under Undo Bets. All removes all bets, and Last will remove bets one at a time, starting with the most recent. Once you have made your predictions, click on Bet. Three darts will be randomly thrown at the dartboard.
Roll your mouse over the bet areas and the odds for each bet will be displayed on the right side where it says Bet Odds. By default, the odds are shown as fractions. You can also view the odds as decimals by clicking Show Decimals. Since different bets have different odds, you can play at risk levels that you like - low risk bets with smaller payoffs, high risk bets where you win big, or somewhere in between.
You can make bets on where the darts will land by placing chips on the dartboard. For each number on the board, you can bet that one of the darts will land anywhere on that number (the area highlighted in yellow below) by placing the chip on the number itself on the edge of the board.
You can also bet that it will land on an area worth single points, or the double point area for that number, or the triple point area. The outer ring around the dart board is the double area, meaning that if the dart lands there, it's worth twice the points. The ring in the middle is the treble area, so darts landing there are worth three times the points, e.g., if a dart landed on the treble area for the number 10, it would be worth 30 points. Both the areas marked Single below count as one area.
You can also bet on the result of all three darts. For every different type of area on the dart board, you can predict whether it will be struck 0 times, once, twice, or three times by placing chips on the corresponding squares on the Dart Combinations box. In the image below, the player is predicting that one dart will hit a green area, and one will hit a double area. If one of the darts hit a green area that was also a double area, both bets would win. It must be the exact number you predict - if two darts hit a green area, the bet shown below would lose. Note that the outer bull is counted as a single and a bulls-eye is counted as a double.
You can also bet on the total points of all 3 darts. This area has a range of odds for the different bets. For example, you can bet on Low 3 to 37, which has an even chance of winning, or 3 to 20 which has tougher odds but a higher payout. You pick the odds that you like to play! You can make any combination of bets you like.
You win for each dart that lands in the section you have bet on. For example, if you bet on single 20 and two darts land in single 20 then you win twice the amount you would for only one dart. Note that the inner bullseye is worth 50 points and the outer bullseye is worth 25 points.
A scoreboard on the right will keep track of where each dart landed and the number of points accumulated in each round. In the image below, Dart 3 hit the Double area of number 17, so it's worth 34.
Any time one of your bets wins (with the exception of wins that occur during Auto Bet, see below) you are taken to the bonus round. You are given the option of choosing to either Collect your winnings and return to the main game, or Bet to play the bonus game.
If you choose to play the bonus game, the amount of your current win becomes the amount of your bet. e.g., if your original bet was 1.00 and you won 1.00, your winnings would be 2.00 and that would be the amount of your bet in the bonus round. One dart will be thrown at a specially-marked dartboard. The black areas are marked with either Half or Lose, and the red areas will either pay even money (x1) or double (x2) your current bet. The centre bullseye will pay triple (x3).
If the dart lands on Lose, you lose the amount of your bet and are returned to the main game. If you get Half, x1, x2, or x3 the result becomes the amount of your bet. Again, you can select Collect and go back to the main game, or Bet to throw another dart. The result of each throw becomes your bet amount for the next throw. You can see your bet amount by looking at the scoreboard on the right. The amount in the Returns box is the amount that will be added to your balance if you select Collect.
You can keep playing the bonus game until the dart hits an area marked Lose or you choose to Collect. Repeat Bet You click on Repeat Bet and then on Bet to repeat your last bet.
This option allows you to make your bet and then have it play automatically for up to 10 rounds. Select your bets, then click Auto Bet and pick the number of rounds you want the current bets to apply to. After each throw, the number of rounds remaining will be displayed, and you have the option of stopping Auto Bet. Repeat Bet does not apply to Auto Bets, i.e., if you ran Auto Bet for 5 draws and then selected Repeat Bet, only one more round would be thrown, not another 5. If you do not see this option, the operator of this site may have chosen to disable it. Note: The bonus round is not offered on wins that occur during Auto Bet.
Selecting Turbo Bet speeds up the animation so the darts are thrown more quickly, so you can see the results sooner. You can only select Turbo Bet in between rounds. If you do not see this option, the operator of this site may have chosen to disable it.
You can see the results of earlier throws in the Previous Results box on the right. Click on More to see further back.
The long term, average expected RTP is 93.00%. System malfunction voids all pays and play.