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11 Nov 15 15:31
Date Joined: 14 Sep 04
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It happened last night in the pub.  I took a photograph and will post up as soon as approval is granted from the moderators.  You have my word it was genuine and not staged.
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Report Pokermonster November 11, 2015 4:47 PM GMT
I'm very much an occasional player so such an event might be quite common but everyone in the pub, including me, seemed to think it was incredible.  One would imagine that the back of a dart, which itself is stuck in the back of another dart, would provide too flimsy a base to withstand the incoming force of a third.
Report Pokermonster November 11, 2015 5:24 PM GMT
Report GRANTCKING November 11, 2015 6:03 PM GMT
yeh im surprised its even possible, would think the impact and weight would make the other 2 darts fall out the board
Report wisewords November 11, 2015 6:53 PM GMT
it'a a miracle!
Report DartsnBooze November 11, 2015 7:07 PM GMT
Fantastic photo PM !!!

In my 30+ years of playing darts i've never come across it.

My frst view was the 2 non scoring darts - WOW.
Second view was the 5 scored - This made me chuckle.
How to feck does a player follow the first dart in to another 5? Haha.
As for the 3rd dart, I would aim at the flight/stem but as of yet have never nailed it as it's so high.

This pic needs to go viral.

P.S. Love the lump on the treble 8.
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