MPR (Marks Per Round)
Is the international term for the handicap system in one of the most popular darts games: Cricket. MPR shows the level of each player because it counts the average of the marks in each round. 3 is the maximum mark per dart (a triple), therefore, if a player throws 3 darts in each round, he/she can reach the maximum number of 9 as a MPR.
PPD (Points Per Dart)
Is the international term for the handicap system in the dart games of X01 (301, 501, 701 and 901). PPD shows the level of the player by counting the average score of each dart (maximum points for each dart is 60 – 1 triple 20).
What MARK means?
In Cricket game on electronic (online) machines or dartboard,usually after hit
5mark and above could appear a special effect.
5MARK – Hit 1 triple and 2 single sectors;
6MARK – Also hit 1 triple,1 double and 1single sectors/or 2 triple sectors;
7MARK – Also hit 1 triple and 2 double sectors;
8MARK – Hit 2 triple and 1 double sector;
9MARK – Hit 3 triple sectors
Note: You can hit sectors regardless of the order.
What OI/OO/DI/DO means?
In 01 series games,first dart – IN;last dart – OUT.
Usually for 01 game the following designations are used.
DOUBLE (Double sectors)
1.OPEN IN/OPEN OUT (usually used for competitions as OI/OO).There are no limitations on how to start the game,could hit any number.
2.DOUBLE IN/DOUBLE OUT (usually used for competitions as DI/DO).Must hit any of Double area number to “open” target at the beginning to start scoring and do the same when finishing the game.
For example in game 501,if you set DI/DO setting then you must hit any of double area number,hit another one will count as miss. PS:Bull and Double bull, could be used for scoring after opening target.
3.MASTER IN/MASTER OUT (usually used for competitions as MI/MO).Must hit any of Master area(Bulls,Double,triple) number to “open” target at the beginning to start scoring and do the same when finishing the game.