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How to Play Call Three Darts

Call Three is an excellent game for players of all skill levels. So, if you want to learn how to play Call Three darts, you’re in the right place.

Let’s get into it.

dartboard with three darts in the treble

What Is Call Three Darts?

Call Three is a simple, fun darts game that all dart players can enjoy. Call Three doesn’t involve any complex strategies or complicated scoring calculations.

Call Three allows players to challenge one another by setting the round targets for each other. The game can be made as challenging as the players desire.

Now that you know more about what Call Three is, let’s cover how to play the game, the rules and scoring.

How to Play Call Three Darts

To play Call Three Darts, firstly you’ll need to establish a throwing order. This can be done by having each player throw one dart at the board, the closest to the bullseye will go first.

The second player to throw will determine the three numbers for the first player to hit. This player will then attempt to hit each target in the order that they are called.

Every target hit scores one point. If a player hits the double of that number, they score 2 points, whereas a treble scores three points. If the throwing player fails to hit the specified numbers in order, no points are awarded, and the next player throws.

The gameplay continues for a total of 10 rounds. At the end of those 10 rounds, the player with the highest score is declared the winner.

Call Three Rules

Rules are simple for Call Three:

  • 2 or more players are required to play this game
  • All numbers on the board are in play
  • Players throw three darts per round
  • The next-in-line player will designate the shooting player’s targets
  • If a target is missed, no points are awarded
  • After 10 rounds, the highest score is the winner

Scoring in Call Three Darts

Call Three scoring is simple. After determining shooting order, you will simply record player names across the top of the scoreboard and tally round scores at the end of every round. At the end of 10 rounds, the highest score wins.

Your scoreboard should look like this:

RoundPlayer 1Player 2

Remember, singles count as one point, doubles count as two points, trebles count as three points, the outer bullseye is two points, and the middle bullseye is three points.


Call Three darts is a simple game that any player can enjoy. We hope this guide has given you enough insight into how to play Call Three Darts

Michael Fielding

Michael Fielding

Michael has been playing Darts for more than 20 years and is passionate about helping others improve their game through his own experiences.