Darts

Come out an compete with your fellow Remington Post 247 Members for cash prizes in the Fall 2016 Post Darts Tournament.   Cash prizes and awards will be presented for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place at our Dec 1 Post Membership Meeting.   Register for the tournament at the bottom of this page using the online registration form.   The current results are:


 

 

Individual competition requires each competitor to win 2 out of 3 games of 301 Double In/Out and 2 out of 3 Cricket games to advance to the next round.   In case of a tie (i.e. Player 1 wins 2/3 301 and Player 2 wins 2/3 Cricket), play will continue with the best 2 out of 3 games of 301 Triple In/Out to determine the winner.

Team competition requires each team to win 2 out of 3 games of 501 Double In/Out and 2 out of 3 Cricket games to advance to the next round.   In case of a tie (i.e. Team 1 wins 2/3 501 and Team 2 wins 2/3 Cricket), play will continue with the best 2 out of 3 games of 501 Triple In/Out to determine the winner.

This is a double elimination tournament.   Once a Team/Individual has been eliminated, they will moved to the secondary bracket to continue competition.   If they are eliminated from the secondary bracket they are eliminated from the entire tournament.   In the event the primary bracket winner loses their first round in the tournament final to the secondary bracket winner, play will continue to an additional round to ensure there is a double elimination.   If the primary bracket winner wins the tournament final on the first round, the tournament is concluded with the primary bracket winner being the Tournament winner.

Singles and Teams must start by September 15th and tournament must be completed by November 30th.   Once a Team/Individual is paired with another Team/Individual, they must meet within 2 weeks to compete with the assigned individual/team or forfeit their match.   Complete rules of play and instructions for using the electronic system are posted in the Ready Room.

All questions and rulings will be made to the Post Vice Commander (or Commander if the Vice is the player involved) and their decision will be final.   Individuals and Teams are required to report their results to the Tournament Director (Post Vice Commander) at the conclusion of their play.   This should be accomplished via e-mail.

A sample bracket showing progression is below.   In this example, the first round sees Player 2 and Player 4 lose their match and they are moved to the secondary bracket.   Player 1 and Player 3 advance.   In the second primary round Player 3 loses and moves to the secondary bracket.   Player 1 wins and advances.   In the secondary bracket Player 2 wins and advances while Player 4 is eliminated from the tournament.   In the match between Player 2 and Player 3, Player 2 wins and advances while Player 3 is eliminated.   In the final round, Player 1 wins and is declared the Tournament winner.