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To celebrate the release of House of Flying Arrows, on Digital Download 31st October & on DVD & Blu-Ray 14th November, we are giving you the chance to win some amazing prizes! First prize consists …
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To celebrate the release of House of Flying Arrows, on Digital Download 31st October & on DVD & Blu-Ray 14th November, we are giving you the chance to win some amazing prizes!

First prize consists of: a fussball table, a pool table, a darts board and a copy of House of Flying Arrows on DVD!

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How many points is a 'Maximum' worth?
MY ANSWER: 180

The double 20 is also known as what?
MY ANSWER: Double Top

The line behind which a player throws is called what?
MY ANSWER: Toe Line

see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_darts
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I stand by answer 3 as being The Oche
sorry to dispute marba but I think they have this one wrong

Oche is also listed in wikipedia as the line behind which the player stands

Edited By: FITCHET on Nov 03, 2016 11:11
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FITCHET
I stand by answer 3 as being The Oche
sorry to dispute marba but I think they have this one wrong

Oche is also listed in wikipedia as the line behind which the player stands
The Oche isn't one of the multiple choice answers here, but I know what you mean about answers differing. Yesterday I did a competition where the answer was that a Hawaiian pizza has ham, pineapple and mushroom! That was clearly the multiple choice answer they wanted, but it wasn't right!
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FITCHET
I stand by answer 3 as being The Oche
sorry to dispute marba but I think they have this one wrong
Oche is also listed in wikipedia as the line behind which the player stands
The Oche isn't one of the multiple choice answers here, but I know what you mean about answers differing. Yesterday I did a competition where the answer was that a Hawaiian pizza has ham, pineapple and mushroom! That was clearly the multiple choice answer they wanted, but it wasn't right!
Bless you somebody loves me Fitch
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FITCHET
I stand by answer 3 as being The Oche
sorry to dispute marba but I think they have this one wrong
Oche is also listed in wikipedia as the line behind which the player stands

Listen very carefully I will say this only once.

I guess you did not look very closely at the wikipedia description for Oche.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oche
The oche /ˈɒki/, also the throw line or toe line
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also
http://www.darts501.com/Setup.html
Throwing / Toe line or Oche

and from http://dartsinfoworld.com/dartboard-setup-measurements/
These are the standard dartboard setup measurements according to the rules of the World’s Primary Darts Governing Bodies, the WDF – (World Darts Federation), the BDO – (British Darts Organization) and the PDC – (Professional Darts Corporation).

http://dartsinfoworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/diw-dart-board-setup-measurements_.jpg

Oche is indeed one of the names used(and probably the most used) but the point is that OCHE is not one of the multiple choice answers and TOE LINE is one of the alternative names.
AND, the answer is certainly not OUT CHART or CORK so common sense suggests the answer is Toe Line.
If you do not like the multiple choice answers then please take it up with the site.

:)



Edited By: marba01 on Nov 03, 2016 22:41
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marba01
FITCHET
I stand by answer 3 as being The Oche
sorry to dispute marba but I think they have this one wrong
Oche is also listed in wikipedia as the line behind which the player stands
Listen very carefully I will say this only once.
I guess you did not look very closely at the wikipedia description for Oche.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oche
The oche /ˈɒki/, also the throw line or toe line
-----
alsohttp://www.darts501.com/Setup.html
Throwing / Toe line or Oche
and from http://dartsinfoworld.com/dartboard-setup-measurements/
These are the standard dartboard setup measurements according to the rules of the World’s Primary Darts Governing Bodies, the WDF – (World Darts Federation), the BDO – (British Darts Organization) and the PDC – (Professional Darts Corporation).http://dartsinfoworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/diw-dart-board-setup-measurements_.jpg
Oche is indeed one of the names used(and probably the most used) but the point is that OCHE is not one of the multiple choice answers and TOE LINE is one of the alternative names.
AND, the answer is certainly not OUT CHART or CORK so common sense suggests the answer is Toe Line.
If you do not like the multiple choice answers then please take it up with the site.:)

Thanks very much for you in depth explanation which is totally over the top and unnecessary and yes I have indeed taken the multiple choice answers up with the site. fitchet
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Cheers

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