One of the reasons darts have been so popular for so long is the endless number of games you can play. In this case, we’re exploring a game known as Bermuda Triangle darts.
So, keep reading to learn more about playing Bermuda Triangle darts.
What Is Bermuda Triangle Darts?
Bermuda Triangle darts, also known as halve-it darts, is simple but also one of the most challenging darts games you can play.
Bermuda Triangle involves players attempting to hit a specific number in each of the 13 rounds. After each round, penalties are handed out to those who fail to hit the desired target.
Rules of Bermuda Triangle Darts
A game of Bermuda Triangle starts with players trying to hit the 12 and working their way up to 20, hitting a new number each round. For a total of 13 rounds.
In a game of Bermuda Triangle darts, each player has three throws per round to hit the designated target, with their score added to their total.
If a player fails to hit the target number with all three throws, their current score is halved.
At the end of the last round, the player with the highest score wins.
How to Score Bermuda Triangle Darts
Scoring a game of Bermuda Triangle darts is simple. When a player hits the correct number, add it to their total score. The amount of points you score depends on which part of the number you hit per round.
But, if a player fails to hit the target number will all three of their darts, their current total score is halved. You can round up or down if your score falls on an odd number before being halved.
The last two rounds (12 and 13) involve trying to hit the inner and outer bullseye.
Bermuda Triangle Strategies
If your aim is not the best, I’d advise that you concentrate on hitting the target and not worry about your score to avoid the penalty. Aiming for doubles and triples might seem tempting, but failing to hit a number increases.
Bermuda Triangle darts is a simple game that is very challenging, even for the most experienced players. So, it’s likely not a game that beginners would enjoy.