|Date||13th January 2003|
|This is a playable deck - it's finished, tested and ready to play.|
|To play Dvorak: Draw five cards each and leave the rest as a draw pile. On your turn, draw a card from the draw pile and play one Thing and/or one Action. (See the full rules.)|
| Print this deck|
For anyone who still can't get enough of it after the PDC and the Embassy, here's a game that will make you feel just like Raymond van Barneveld: Darts!
A full game consists of an odd number of sets, e.g. 3. A set is best of 5 legs; players take turn beginning a leg. Players take turns beginning the first leg in a set. A toss is performed to decide who starts the first leg in the first set.
Each player starts each leg with 501 points. Each turn, the total of darts thrown is subtracted from that total. The first one to finish at exactly 0 wins that leg. The last dart thrown must be a double. If a player would end at 1 or lower, the entire turn is void, e.g. no points are subtracted.
Every player gets a full Darts deck of their own.
Every player starts with 15 cards. No cards are drawn at the beginning of the turn.
During your turn, you must play exactly 3 darts. If you want to miss, you may play a card face down.
During your turn, you may play at most 3 doubles or triples (multipliers). A multiplier is played on top of a dart of your own and stays there. The value of that dart is doubled or tripled. Only one double or triple can be played on each dart. No doubles or triples can be played on a card face down.
At the end of a turn, a player draws 4 cards, or up to 15 cards. Players can never have more than 15 cards in their hand.
After a leg is finished, the cards played go onto a discard pile. Both players then draw enough cards to complete their hand to 15. Only when the draw pile is finished, the discard pile is shuffled and becomes the new draw pile.
When a new set begins, the players shuffle their entire deck and draw 15 new cards.