What is a Full House in Darts at the BoyleSports World Grand Prix?
The BoyleSports World Grand Prix of Darts is approaching and here we explain what happens when a player produces a Full House.
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BoyleSports are the title sponsor for the famous double-start tournament, which is set to be held at the Morningside Arena in Leicester this October.
WHAT IS A FULL HOUSE IN DARTS?
A Full House is when a player wins the match, has the most 180s and records the highest checkout. When a player achieves all three, this is referred to as a Darts Full House.
WHAT WILL BOYLESPORTS DO WHEN THERE IS A FULL HOUSE?
BoyleSports will once again show their support for Parkinson’s UK at the forthcoming World Grand Prix.
As we did previously in 2021, we are to set pledge a donation of £500 to Parkinson’s UK for every match in which the “Full House” market is achieved during the tournament.
Leon Blanche, Head of Communications for BoyleSports, said: “Many of us will know someone affected by Parkinson’s and we are pleased to be able to highlight and support such a worthy cause.
“With quality like Gerwyn Price and Michael van Gerwen at the oche, we are hopeful that we’ll see the full house landing plenty of times throughout the tournament and we’ll be delighted to cheer on each and every one.”
For further information about Parkinson’s UK, visit www.parkinsons.org.uk or search for ParkinsonsUK on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
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WHO WILL BE PLAYING IN THE WORLD GRAND PRIX?
There’s 32 players, which is firstly the top 16 players on the PDC Order of Merit. The first eight are seeded, while the top 16 from the ProTour Order of Merit that have not already qualified via the PDC Order of Merit.
WHERE CAN I FOLLOW THE ACTION EVERY NIGHT?
WHERE CAN I BUY TICKETS FOR THE WORLD GRAND PRIX?
Sure, you can be part of the LIVE action in Leicester with us! Buy tickets for every night through the PDC’s official website, HERE. There’s also a seating plan available when you’re choosing your night of attendance.
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