Rules and Regulation
Players can contact their local operator for registrations. All registration should be made before 5 April 2013 by fax or e-mail.
HK$1,600/person (Register before 28th February 2013)
HK$1,800/person (Register after 1st March 2013)
Registration for all 6 events (No coin drop is required for the games), dinner party, cash coupons for darts accessories and T-Shirts sold in the tournament hall, Blue Girl Beer / Dewar¡¯s Whisky welcome drink coupon.
Single Event Registration is HK$450/per event, dinner party is $550/per person
All players are required to submit their personal ADA Rating Level to the organizer. Players who have not submitted ADA Rating Level will be assigned into Division 1. Any players found not submitting their correct ADA Rating Level may be automatically disqualified. Player must submit their highest ADA Rating Level from both 01 Games and Cricket Games (example: your 01 Games is Level 20 and Cricket Games is Level 17, you must register as Level 20). For details of ADA Rating Level, please see the chart below.
Organizer will take photos and record video during The 9th ADA Tour, all attendance should understand and agree the organizer has the copy right of all the taken photos and recorded video to publish and issue worldwide.
The tournament organizer will divide all players into 5 different Divisions (Division 1, 2, 3, 4 and Women) depending on their ADA Rating Level that they have submitted. All players are welcome to request to play in Division 1. For doubles events, the tournament organizer will combine both player¡¯s ADA Rating Level together and put them in the appropriate Division. If you have any questions, please contact us by E-mail: email@example.com
Any players submitting false ADA Rating Level will not be tolerated. Point Per Dart and Mark Per Round will be checked regularly for players playing in Division 2, 3 and 4. If a player found exceeding their ADA Rating Level at an average of 3 ratings or above, the tournament organizer has the right to disqualify the player. Division 1 will not have any limitations.
Tournament Format and/or Game Played
Asia Darts Association reserves the right to make any changes to the tournament format or game to be played in any event as deemed necessary.
Player not willing to accept these changes may withdraw from the tournament. No refunds will be given.
Any player not using his/her correct name, or gaining entry by falsifying his/her name in any manner, will be eliminated from the event. All prize money and trophies won will be forfeited.
Good sportsmanship will prevail during the entire tournament. Actions such as intentionally throwing the out board and air darts (no darts on board and pressing the button for the next player to throw) when no freeze rule is applied will not be tolerated. The tournament organizer has the right to eliminate or disqualify any players that are considered not showing good sportsmanship.
Important Charting Rules
We use the Tournament Registration Computerized System to chart player's positions. All players must report to the charting stage 10 minutes before the shooting time. A chart will be posted on the stage. Each player will be responsible for keeping track of his/her position on the chart. NO MATCHES WILL BE ANNOUNCED. You must find you name on chart. When a magnetic numeral is position beside your match, proceed immediately to the board number indicated and play your match.
After the match, winner must report to the charting stage. Winners will print his/her Name and Player No. on a label and. This label will be posted by the tournament officials directly on the chart. Watch the position you move to and wait for your next board assignment.
After the match, BOTH winner and loser must report to the charting stage. Winners will print their Name and Player No. on a GREEN label and losers will print their Name and Player No. on a RED label. These labels will be posted by the tournament officials directly on the chart. Watch the position you move to and wait for your next board assignment.
Players have to check for their block/group from the charting stage and go to the indicated machine. Follow the instruction on the result record sheet in front of the machine and play the matches according to the order, results, Rating Level and opponent¡¯s signature has to be filled in after each match. The record sheet must be returned to the control board after all matches has been played.
Coaching in any team event, coaching will be allowed by your playing partner only. Long delays between darts or player turns will not be tolerated. There will be no coaching allowing in single events.
The Galaxy II
The Arachnid Galaxy II is user friendly. You can move through the screen easily by using the "UP" and "DOWN" arrows and "RED ENTER" button.
1. At the "Main Menu", select game by using the "UP" and "DOWN" arrows.
2. Select number of players by highlighting "Players" and push the red button until the correct number comes up.
3. Use the "Down" arrow to advance to" Start Game". Push Red button to start
The VSPhoenix / VSPhoenix S
On the VSPhoenix and VSPhoenix S panel, there is a ¡°UP¡±, ¡°DOWN¡±, ¡°LEFT¡± and ¡°RIGHT¡± arrows button for directions. ¡°RED BUTTON¡± for enter and switching options and ¡°GREEN BUTTON¡± for cancels and call out game option menu.
1. At the "Main Menu", select game by using the "UP" and "DOWN" arrows and confirm by the ¡°RED BUTTON¡±.
2. Select the number of player who plays the game and press the ¡°RED BUTTON¡± and start the game.
3. After the game has started, press the ¡°GREEN BUTTON¡± to go into the "Playing Option Menu" and select "Game Setting" for different options such as IN/OUT options in 01 games.
4. You can now select the proper game mode that¡¯s corresponded to your flight. Such as Division 1 will play Double In/Double Out.
Starting Your Match
1. Show your Player ID to your opponent and confirm the opponent is the correct person.
2. Both players are responsible to make sure the machine is set on the correct game.
3. Flip a coin, winner goes first in the 1st game.
4. Loser of the 1st game goes first in the 2nd game.
5. For 2 out of 3 games, diddle to start 3rd game, loser of the 2nd game diddle first.
6. For 3 out of 5 games, loser of the 2nd game goes first in the 3rd game.
7. For 3 out of 5 games, diddle to start 5th game, loser of the 4th game diddle first.
8. A maximum of 30 seconds between players shooting next round. A complete three darts may last only 30 seconds.
Player must use soft tips darts, no broken and cut off tips allowed.
Player's foot can be on the toe line. No part of the shoes can go past the front edge of the line or over the carpet if there is one.
Three warm-up darts are allowed before starting a match. Remember, only one turn-three darts only!
Diddle For The Middle
One player from each team throws one dart for the center of the Bullseye. The player whose dart comes closest to the exact center of the Bull throws first in the game. The dart must stick on diddling, if the dart doesn't stick, throw another dart until one stick. If the first player hit the exact center with the dart, the player removes the dart and allows the next player to shoot for a tie. Re-diddle on a tie situation.
If there is any question as to whether the machine is working or scoring properly. STOP IMMEDIATELY. Do not remove the darts and then call for the tournament official for help.
In 501 DI/DO, the Bullseye may NOT be used as an IN dart, may be used as an OUT dart. If a player shoots a Bull to start the game, they lose the game.
In all X01 games, the Outer and Inner Bullseye both scores 50 points - Single Bullseye.
In the Cricket games, the Outer Bullseye scores 25 and the Inner Bullseye scores 50 points - Double Bullseye.
Player Indication On Screen
In all matches, it is the player's responsibility to make sure the player indication is on the right player position before your throw. Any darts thrown and scoring on the competitor's number is to their benefit. Penalty is darts already thrown.
A miss-registered dart (dart that sticks but does not registered) may be backed up and manually scored by the tournament officials.
The "last dart" (winning dart) will end the game, even if the dart game does not record the score, as long as the dart is sticking on the board.
If any player of your team is involved in an ongoing event, a player from your team must notify the charting stage official of the conflict. Any forfeit resulting from non-notification will stand!
Go to the board when the board assignment is made. Wait five minutes, if the opponent does not show, report back to the charting stage official.
A recall will be announced over the loud speaker. Wait five minutes, if your opponent doesn't show, match will be forfeited and announced over the loud speaker.
Machine abuse will not be tolerated. If you tilt the machine and the monitor goes blank, you lose the game. If you cause the machine to fall, penalty is loss of match.
Food & Beverage / Smoking
Any violations of the above mentioned Food & Beverage / Smoking policy will result in disqualification from the tournament.
Eligibility / Entry Clarification
Tournament organizer reserves the right to evaluate entries based knowledge of past tournament accomplishments in the sport of darting. It is the desire of Asia Darts Association and the tournament officials to provide as equalized competition as possible for all entrants. All decisions by tournament organizer are binding final.