Why You Need the 01 Dart Out Chart
One of the most fun and challenging aspects of 01 dart games is doubling out.
This means that in order to win an 01 game, such as 301 or 501, you must subtract to the exact score of “0” by hitting the double ring of a number.
Many advanced players begin an 01 game with a plan to double out. They know the combinations, and they know how to can work towards a fast 3-dart or even 2-dart double out in many situations.
As you can see in the following 01 Dart Out Chart, there are literally hundreds of ways to do this.
Of course, you don’t need to memorize all of these. But familiarity with even just a few of the many possible dart out combinations can really elevate your game.
For instance, knowing and mastering certain out combinations will allow you to structure your game and set yourself up for a fast and decisive win.
The best way to do this is through practice and repetition when throwing darts on your own.
A good 301 and 501 dart out chart is the perfect resource to use when perfecting your 01 dart skills.
Keep this chart handy or posted next to your dartboard setup at home.
Study the chart and identify your favorite combinations for future reference. A lot of this involves knowing where you want to end up.
For me, I try to double out on the 16 as much as possible. It’s an easier target in my book. And as you can see from the dart out chart, there are over 30 ways to do this.
The Dart Out Chart
This chart is a great reference for new and experienced 01 players.
I’ve found that, for whatever reason, I end up with 89 left on a regular basis. Now I know that I can double out with a triple 19 (57) and double 16 (32).
Easier said than done! But at least I know where to aim on the board.