Darts - Cricket Rules

1. Aim of the game

The object of Cricket is to close all numbers from 15 to 20, and the bull's eye before the opponent does. To close a number, a player must score three of that number (any combination of singles doubles and triples).

2. Scoring

Once a player closes a number every subsequent score on that number increases their score, unless the other player has closed that number as well.

3. Play & Win

The player who has closed all numbers and whose score is not lower than the opponent's, wins the game. The player who has the highest score when 20 turns are over, wins the game. If the scores are tied after the 20th turn, the player who has closed the more numbers wins. If the number of the closed numbers is equal, there are 10 possible extra turns to decide the winner.

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