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Darts to Horse Racing
- Rather than counting points, count how many throws it takes you to score 18 bullseyes. Lowest number of throws wins.
- Replace the single bull with 18 separate ones, each of which must be hit in a specified sequence.
- Lie the board flat on the ground instead of hanging on a wall.
- Make the board bigger, about a square kilometre in size. Put grass and trees and lakes on it.
- Begin throwing for each bullseye at a marked spot a long way away. If you don't hit it, take your next throw from where the dart landed.
- Replace the darts with balls, and the bullseyes with holes into which the ball can drop.
- Hit the ball with a stick instead of throwing it.
- Put the course on a mountainside, with the last hole at the very top.
- It doesn't matter how many times you hit the ball. All you have to do to win is reach the last hole.
- In fact, just get rid of the ball and clubs completely.
- Rather than climb using ropes and other tools, everyone has to ride a horse all the way.
- Every man for himself. First to the top wins!
- Instead of a mountain, use a large running track, with a finishing line.