4. Dez. Mit lediglich neun Pfeilen ein Leg zu beenden ist die größte Kunst im Darts. SPORT1 fasst die wichtigsten Informationen zum legendären. Insgesamt gibt es 71 Wege einen 9-Darter zu werfen. Wir wollen euch an dieser Stelle alle möglichen Wege einmal auflisten. Der 9 Darter ist das perfekte Dart Spiel. Es gibt 71 verschiedene Möglichkeiten ein Spiel von und mit Double Out zu beenden. World Grand Prix Es gibt dazu viele Möglichkeiten, es sind jedoch mindestens neun Darts nötig. Ihr Kommentar wurde abgeschickt. Er kann mit 7 verschiedenen Kombinationen der neun Würfe erreicht und in 30 verschiedenen 3-Dart-Scores geworfen werden. Die Anzahl der Kombinationsmöglichkeiten aus unterschiedlichen Wurfpunkten wird in einer separaten Spalte angegeben. England Phil Taylor 1. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte. Es ist die niedrigste mögliche Anzahl an Würfen, mit der das Spiel beendet werden kann. Denn für diesen Modus ist ein Nine dart finish nur möglich, wenn im ersten oder letzten Wurf ein Bullseye gelingt. Januar einen 9-Darter bei einer WM.
Each shot consists of exactly three darts, and 60 is the maximum that can be scored with any one dart. Thus is the maximum score from a shot, and nine throws are the minimum necessary to win.
Although many other combinations are possible, the traditional nine-dart finish requires a score of 60 treble 20 with each of the first six throws: That leaves to score on the final shot of three darts , known as the outshot.
Another way is to score with each set of three darts, scoring a perfect total, in the following way:. By throwing each dart of a shot to a different place on the board, this eliminates the chance of any dart being deflected by an already thrown dart into the wrong scoring area It is only usually seen in exhibition matches, as in tournaments , players are inclined to aim for the treble 20, only switching to the treble 19 for a cover shot.
A nine dart finish is also attainable in games which require a double to start scoring a double-in ; such games are thus termed double-in double-out with the existing double-out requirement.
In such games, throwing for double 20 first can lead to a maximum score of with the first shot, leaving the thrower commonly requiring then T20, T17, bullseye with their remaining six darts, though other outshots are possible.
It is worth noting that in these games, only throwing for double 20, double 17, or bullseye to start the leg can result in a nine dart finish.
The total number of different ways of achieving with nine darts is 3,,  of which 2, finish with the bullseye, end on D20, on D18, 56 end on D17, end on D15, and 8 end on D The first televised nine dart finish was achieved at the MFI World Matchplay on 13 October by John Lowe ,  who used the third method with the T17 first, then T18, D18 above as his outshot after scoring two maximum s.
The first ever live broadcast nine dart finish was performed by Shaun Greatbatch against Steve Coote in the Final of the Dutch Open on 3 February , while Phil Taylor achieved the first live nine-darter broadcast on British television during the World Matchplay.
The leg after the nine-darter the fourth leg of the fifth set van Gerwen hit another eight perfect darts but missed the last dart at the double to achieve consecutive nine-dart finishes.
Unusually, both players lost their matches. He lost the match 3—4 to Raymond van Barneveld. He would then go on to defeat Adrian Lewis 7—5 in the final to retain his title and become only the 4th person to successfully retain his title after winning it for the first time.
Phil Taylor has achieved this feat more than any other darts player on television,  having done so 11 times. Despite having achieved the feat a record 11 times, Taylor has never hit a nine-darter in the World Championship , missing a chance on the outside wire of double 12 in his last ever match in the Final.
The youngest player to throw a televised nine-darter is Michael van Gerwen , who hit the perfect leg in the semi-finals of the Masters of Darts tournament in the Netherlands.
The event was screened live in the Netherlands. Van Gerwen has since gone on to hit 4 more televised nine-darters.
The event was shown live on ITV4 , making it the first time a nine-darter had been seen live on free-to-air television in the United Kingdom.
Wade lost the match Mervyn King hit his first televised nine-dart finish in the South African Masters on September against James Wade — he became the first player to hit a televised nine-darter outside of Europe.
On 24 May , in the Premier League final against James Wade, Taylor made history by being the first player to ever hit two 9-dart finishes in a single match.
These were his seventh and eighth nine-dart finishes. Brendan Dolan became the first player ever to hit a nine-darter in a double-in double-out game.
He opened with double 20, before hitting successive treble 20s , and then finished on with T20, T17 and a bullseye. In October at the World Grand Prix , James Wade followed soon after by Robert Thornton became the first players to both hit a nine-darter in the same match.
James Wade went on to win the match This tournament was double-in double-out , meaning the 2nd and 3rd televised double-in double-out nine-dart-finishes were hit in the same match.
Currently over professional darts players have achieved nine-dart finishes, both televised and untelevised.
Prior to there had been around As of 14 November , 53 televised nine-darters have been achieved by 25 different men, 33 of those 52 hit two s and finished with a check-out.
Only 3 have been double-in double-out. The following table lists the number of nine-darters scored by players who have scored a televised nine-darter.
With nine-dart finishes now thrown on a regular basis the reward for throwing one has decreased. In the bonus stopped being awarded. If multiple players hit a nine-dart finish in one premier event, the money is split evenly across all players who achieved a nine-dart finish in that event.
So the prize for a nine-darter varies for every PDC premier event. Mandy Soloman was the first woman to ever record a nine-dart finish in actual competition.
It was the first time female players were allowed to enter the qualifying rounds for the BDO World Championship. Hughes did end up winning the match 2—0 though.
Ten-time World Champion Trina Gulliver revealed she has twice missed her last dart to record a nine-dart finish. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Retrieved 10 February A 9 dart finish is the act of completing a game of in 9 darts, the minimum possible. In regular matchplay this is usually achieved by hitting two maximum s, followed by scored by treble 20, treble 19, double The first televised 9-darter was by John Lowe at the MFI World Matchplay, using the different route of treble 17, treble 18, double 18 as he felt it easier to stick to scoring areas as close as possible at the end.
In double-in double-out games a 9-darter is still possible but must be started by hitting either the bullseye, double 20 or double Any other starting score makes it impossible to leave an outshot after 6 darts.
As an aside, a bullseye will always be hit as part of a 9-darter in a double-in game. One of the more flashy ways to hit a 9-darter is to go treble 20, treble 19, bullseye on each visit.
There are other variations for different starting scores, for example in a game of a 6-darter is the best to hope for, though this is far easier to achieve as not only do fewer darts need throwing, one of the darts can miss the treble as in the example of scoring in the first visit two treble 20s, single 20 , then hitting to check out.
In common darts parlance, a 9 dart finish is a perfectly executed game of It is considered the ultimate achievement in a single leg of darts.
More concretely this means scoring exactly points with 9 perfectly thrown darts with the ninth dart scoring in a double bed and also the first dart if the game is double on double off.
There are permutations of the perfect game of Single On Double off and, incidentally, of those are perfect games of Double on Double off as distilled into the following diagram:.
The nodes are remaining totals and the vertexes are the segments hit by each dart. Now go watch a 9 dart finish from one of my favorite players: Ask New Question Sign In.