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The Master-501 is the last part of a trilogy of darts practice game on GoDartsPro with a focus on 501’s. Use them together and sharpen your skills for your upcoming games and tournaments.
This game is invented by the GoDartsPro ambassador “Pascal Moonens” a.k.a “The Mental Power”.
Pascal contacted me a while ago with an idea of a new game and said:
Thanks to the 10-leg assessment you will get a good idea of your current level, and you will be able to start your training at that level.”
Will you become the MASTER?
Enjoy your training, good luck!
Visit Pascals darts page – The Darts Experience »
At start you need to play the 10 assessment legs to find your current level. Then you will be placed into a structure of 27 virtual opponents.
There are 3 main levels – STARTER, MODERATE and EXPERIENCED. Each of these main levels have 9 sublevels.
You will be playing 501’s by best of 5, 9 and 11 legs. As soon as you beat an opponent you will climb a sublevel.
You start the game by throwing at the bull. If you hit 25/50 you start the game. If you miss the bull, the opponent will start. For the experienced level, you need to hit the bullseye to start the game. You need to finish the legs using fewer throws/darts than the opponent.
One more thing… To force you to keep practicing and you will need to play this game on a regular basis to keep you level status.
If you don’t play Master-501 again in 14 days, you will drop one sublevel and if you don’t play Master-501 again in 30 days, you will lose your achieved level and the game is restarted.
Thanks Pascal for a great game idea!
Start at 501 and score as much as possible.
You need to reach any of the checkmarks to get points in this game.
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