727 electronic dartboard
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727
ELECTRONIC DARTBOARD
Replacement Parts
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Publication 42-1010 Rev C
August 2015
UPC Code 7-19265-53409-9
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727 Dartboard. You have chosen a product that
should provide years of entertainment. To assist you
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Place your package near the location where it will be used. Carefully unpack
all components and verify you have all the correct pieces.
If you notice missing or defective parts, please call us at:
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Please read and understand all instructions before beginning assembly.
This assembly will reqire 2 adults.
Choking Hazard
This game has small parts that may break free and present a choking
hazard. Children should be supervised by an adult when playing this game.
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IF YOU HAVE A WARRANTY CLAIM, CALL US FIRST
Please see page 25.
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For all claims, please have your receipt and item number when you call. The
product item number can be found on the front cover.
If you are instructed to return the product for service, you are
responsible for shipping the unit at your expense.
PRODUCT REGISTRATION
Important: The product registration form on page 27 and a copy of your
receipt must be completed and returned within 10 days of purchase to
validate your warranty.
Online registration is also available. Go to www.gldproducts.com/index.php/registration or
click on this link. Follow the online instructions.
WARNING: Parents - Please read instructions carefully. Not
for use by children without adult supervision.
Thank you for purchasing the GLD 727 Dartboard. The computerized scoring system makes
game playing easy and enjoyable. With 36 games and 132 options to choose from,
beginners and more advanced players will find challenging games to suit them.
TOOLS REQUIRED
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Tape measure
Nail or marker
Phillips screwdriver
Level
Mounting hardware (provided)
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UNPACKING THE GAME
After unpacking the game, it is important to save the original box, all packing material, and
the receipt. These items will be needed if it ever proves necessary to return the game for
service.
MOUNTING (PHYSICAL INSTALLATION)
One method for mounting the dartboard is available.
1. Use the two keyhole slots and mount the center of the dartboard following the illustration.
The two screws are screwed into the wall until the screw head is 3/8" away from the wall.
The dartboard is positioned so the two screw heads are inside the keyhole. Slide the
dartboard down to secure. The head of the screw that is used must be larger than 5/16"
and smaller than 3/8".
Wall Anchors
A wall with studs is the most common type of wall to mount the dartboard.
1. Locate a stud and use wood screws or sheet metal type screws to secure the dartboard.
2. If a stud cannot be located or is not in the proper location, use an anchor that is suitable
for the type of wall.
Some common anchors are:
Plastic - Drill a snug hole in drywall and push the anchor in up
to the head. When the screw is screwed into the anchor, the
plastic will expand, locking the anchor in place. Do not use on
thin panelling.
Toggle Bolt - Drill hole through wall. Hole must be large
enough for the wings to pass through. Insert screw through the
holes in the dartboard and thread the toggle wings just onto
the screw. Fold the wings back and push through the hole until
the wings spring open. Pull back on the screw to hold wings
against the inside of the wall and tighten screw.
Hollow wall anchor - Drill a snug hole through the wall. Tap
anchor into the hole until the prongs on the underside of the
head are seated securely into the wall. Turn screw in and
apply pressure to keep the anchor head from turning. Tighten
screw until resistance is felt. Do not over tighten. Turn screw
out to remove. Anchor will stay and screw can be replaced.
Other methods are available. Consult a hardware store if questions arise.
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Mounting Using the Keyhole Slots
1. Choose a location that has at least 10 feet of open floor space in front of the board.
Locate and use a wall stud for mounting whenever possible.
2. Determine the location for the dartboard. Place a mark on the wall 68 inches (172.7 cm)
from the floor. This mark is the final position of the center of the dartboard (bullseye).
3. Locate studs and use wood screws or sheet metal screws to secure the dartboard if the
mark is on the stud. The head of the screw must be larger than 5/16" and smaller than
3/8".
4. If the mark is not over a stud, use the mounting hardware that came with your dartboard.
5. Measure 7" (17.7 cm) directly up from the bullseye mark and place a mark on the wall.
Use a level to check that the 2 marks are vertical.
6. Use the top mark and measure out level 2 3/4" (6.9 cm) to the left and right. Place a mark
on the wall.
7. Drill pilot holes at the two marks. These are for the mounting screws.
8. If using wall anchors, follow the instructions under Wall Anchors on page 5.
9. Insert screws into anchors until a 1/4" (6.5 mm) gap is left between the wall and the
screw head.
10. Hold the dartboard so the two screw heads fit into the lower part of the keyholes. The
dartboard should slide down 1/2-inch and the screw heads will hold it on the wall.
11. Screws can be tightened or loosened to provide a secure mounting.
Center of Bullseye
68 in.
Plumb Line from
Face of Board to Floor
Throwing or
Toe Line
Floor
96 in.
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Keyhole Slots
5.5"
2.75"
7"
Bullseye
68"
To Floor
Create the Toe Line
Place a toe line 96" from the face of the board for the throwing distance. Adhesive tape or
masking tape, 2 feet long by 2-1/2" wide, may be used. GLD Products offers a Viper
Throwing LIne and a Dart Mat for this purpose. Refer to the parts order form at the back of
this manual.
POWER INSTALLATION
The dartboard is designed to be powered by two AA batteries. The battery compartment is
located on the front of the dart board. For energy saving purposes, this dartboard is
equipped with auto sleep and auto power off mode. If the dartboard is not being played, it
will automatically go into sleep mode after 3 minutes. If it hasn’t been played for 30 minutes,
it will automatically power off.
PROTECTIVE FILM
This electronic dartboard has a clear protective film over the entire display and button area
to prevent scratching during shipping. It is recommended that you remove this film for easier
reading of the display. To remove, simply lift edge, peel off and discard.
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WARNING:
Not for use by children without adult supervision.
Darts are not toys and may cause injury if used
improperly. Everyone must stand behind the dart
thrower.
IMPORTANT NOTES
1. During shipping or in the course of normal play, it is possible for scoring segments of this
board to become temporarily jammed, resulting in a “frozen” board. If this occurs, the
built-in Self Diagnostic Function of the e-BOARD Computer will be activated
automatically. Your dartboard will run a self-test routine to determine which segment is
stuck. An error message will flash on the display together with the number for the
“Frozen” segment.
Error Code
Malfunction
E30
Stuck Bounce/Eliminate Button
E31
Stuck Play/Next Button
E33
Stuck Game Button
E34
Stuck Player Button
E35
Stuck Option Button
Other buttons wont work Stuck Double/On/Off Button
E(segment number)
A segment is stuck
Take the following steps immediately when the error message appears.
a. Find the “frozen” segment according to the display.
b. Press firmly down on the “frozen” segment until it breaks free and the loose fit is
restored. Once the “frozen” segments are loosened, the error message should be
gone and the board will continue to operate normally.
2. This game is designed for use with 3/4" length soft-tip darts only! Never use metal tipped
darts or longer soft-tip darts on this dartboard! Metal tipped darts will seriously damage
the circuitry, the e-BOARD computer and electronic operation of the dartboard.
3. Electronic and mechanical reaction time is required between shots. If two shots occur too
close together, pull out second dart and rethrow to properly record your score.
4. Do not use excessive force when throwing darts. Throwing a dart too hard will cause
frequent tip breakage and cause excessive wear on the board.
5. Do not spill liquids on the dartboard. Do not use spray cleaners that contain ammonia or
other harsh chemicals, as they may damage the dartboard. Instead, we suggest regular
dusting with a damp cloth. Make sure the game is unplugged and use a mild detergent
and a damp cloth for more vigorous cleaning.
6. This game is for indoor use only.
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Helpful Tip: To prevent dart tips from loosening, twist the dart to the right (clockwise) when
pulling it from the board. This motion will make dart removal easier and will prolong the life of
your dart tips.
GAME OPERATIONS
Segment Scoring
Single scoring segment
Double scoring segment
Triple scoring segment
Outer bullseye
Center bullseye
Scoring Rules
score times 1
score times 2
score times 3
25 times 1
25 times 2
Double
Outer Single
Triple
Inner Single
Single Bullseye
Double Bullseye
QUICK START - IF YOU JUST WANT TO START THROWING DARTS
1. Turn game on by pressing the DOUBLE/ON/OFF button.
2. Press the PLAY/NEXT button.
NOTE: The default game is G01 Count-up with two players.
3. Take turns throwing darts. The first player to get their score to 100 wins.
727 GAME MENU
Game
Number
Name
Options
Players
G01
Count-up 100
1
1-8
G01
Count-up 200
1
1-8
G01
Count-up 300
1
1-8
G01
Count-up 400
1
1-8
G01
Count-up 500
1
1-8
G01
Count-up 600
1
1-8
G01
Count-up 700
1
1-8
G01
Count-up 800
1
1-8
G01
Count-up 900
1
1-8
G02
301 Count-down
4
1-8
G02
501Count-down
4
1-8
G02
601 Count-down
4
1-8
G02
701 Count-down
4
1-8
G02
801 Count-down
4
1-8
G02
901 Count-down
4
1-8
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Game
Number
Name
Options
Players
G03
301 League
4
4
G03
501 League
4
4
G03
601 League
4
4
G03
701 League
4
4
G03
801 League
4
4
G03
901 League
4
4
G04
Round The Clock
12
1-8
G05
Simple Cricket
3
1-8
G06
Standard Cricket
3
1-8
G07
Cut Throat Cricket
3
1-8
G08
Scram Cricket
1
2
G09
Hi-score
10
1-8
G10
Shoot Out
10
1-8
G11
Shanghai
12
1-8
G12
Double Down
1
1-8
G13
Forty One
1
1-8
G14
All Five
5
1-8
G15
Big 6
5
2-8
G16
Over
3
2-8
G17
Under
3
2-8
G18
Baseball
3
2-8
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DARTBOARD FUNCTIONS
Buttons
CURRENT DART
D
O
U
B
L
E
P
L
A
Y
E
R
15
PLAY/NEXT
GAME
16
17
PLAYER
18
19
20
B
OPTION BOUNCE DOUBLE
ELIMINATE
1
2
6
5
4
3
ON/OFF
1. PLAY/NEXT button: Press to start a game. During a game, press to change to the next
player.
2. GAME button: Press repeatedly to scroll through the game selections.
3. PLAYER button: Press to select the number of players in the game.
4. OPTION button: Press before starting a game to select the options for the game. The
selection applies to all the players.
5. BOUNCE/ELIMINATE button: Press during a game to display the score of a thrown dart
that does not stick (bounce out). Then press and hold until the score is eliminated.
6. DOUBLE/ON-OFF button: Press after selecting a G02 Count-Down or G03 League
game, to select Double In/Double Out options. Press to turn dartboard ON. Press and
hold to turn dartboard OFF.
Game/Player Display
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CURRENT DART
D
O
U
B
L
E
P
L
A
Y
E
R
15
PLAY/NEXT
GAME
16
17
PLAYER
18
19
20
2
1
B
OPTION BOUNCE DOUBLE
ELIMINATE
ON/OFF
1. Cricket Display: Used to show hits, open segments and closed segments.
2. Shows Double In/Double Out selection.
3. Displays Player’s scores. For an active player darts thrown, scores and game targets are
displayed.
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READ FIRST - OPERATION
1. Make sure the dartboard has two AA batteries.
2. Press the DOUBLE/ON-OFF button.
3. Press the GAME button to select the game.
4. Press the OPTION button to select the desired option/difficulties of the game for all
players.
5. Press the PLAYER button to select the number of players. The maximum number of
players is 8 for most games.
6. For 301 Count-down and 301 League games, players can also press the
DOUBLE/ON-OFF button to select Double In/Double Out options before starting the
game. The word “IN” or “OUT” will be displayed in the upper right, section of the
scoreboard.
“IN” text
Double In/Any Segment Out
“OUT” text
Any Segment In/Double Out
Both “IN” and “OUT” text
Double In/Double Out
No text
Any Segment In/Any Segment Out
7. Press START/NEXT button to start a game.
8. If a dart thrown at the dartboard scores, but does not stick in the board you can eliminate
that score. Press the BOUNCE/ELIMINATE button until the score you wish to eliminate
is displayed. Press and hold the BOUNCE/ELIMINATE button until the score is
eliminated.
9. During a game, the dartboard will show the number of the player whose turn it is. There
are also 3 dart icons that will show which dart is being thrown. After a player has
completed their turn the entire display will flash. You must press the PLAY/NEXT button
for the next players turn.
10. If during a game you would like to quit or start another game, you can press and hold the
GAME button to exit to the main menu. When a game ends you can press the GAME
button to select another game.
11. When a player wins the dartboard will display “r-1”. The remaining players may continue
to play to see who wins second and third places and so on. You can press the
PLAY/NEXT button to scroll through all the players to see what place they finished after
a game is over.
12. To turn the dartboard OFF, press and hold the DOUBLE/ON-OFF button.
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727 GAME DESCRIPTIONS & RULES
G01 Count-up (with scoring options of 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 900)
The scoring option are the set points which are the points needed to win, see the chart
below.
Scoring Option
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
Set Points
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: The first player to reach or go over the set points will be the winner.
• Your score will be accumulated for each dart.
G02 301 Count-down (with scoring options of 301, 501, 601, 701, 801, 901)
Game Options:
Single In/Single Out
Double In/Single Out
Double In/Double Out
Single In/Double Out
Your scoring options are the starting score for the game, see the chart below.
Scoring Option
301
501
601
701
801
901
Starting Score
301
501
601
701
801
901
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: The first player who reaches exactly zero (0) wins.
• The starting score for each player is 301 (or 501/601/701/801/901) as selected before
starting the game.
• The score will be deducted for each dart that scores.
• For Single In or Single Out options, the game can be started or ended by throwing at
any segment, regardless if single, double or triple.
• If you select Double In, you must hit a double segment to start the game.
• If you select Double Out you must hit the double segment, that brings your score to
zero, to end the game.
• If Double Out has been selected, the Dart Out feature is automatically activated. In this
mode, once a player is 170 or below, on your next turn, the e-BOARD Computer will
suggest the best possible finishing shots, or if an OUT is not possible, the best
remaining alternative shots are displayed on dart display.
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G03 301 League (with scoring options 301, 501, 601, 701, 801, 901)
Game Options:
Single In/Single Out
Double In/Single Out
Double In/Double Out
Single In/Double Out
Your scoring options are the starting score for the game, see the chart below.
Scoring Option
301
501
601
701
801
901
Starting Score
301
501
601
701
801
901
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: A team will win when a player’s score reaches exactly zero.
• This game is played by 2 teams who compete with each other.
• Each team has 2 members. Team 1 is made up of Player 1 and Player 3. Team 2 is
made up of Player 2 and Player 4.
• Similar to 301 Count Down, the team will win when one player’s score reaches exactly
zero, and his teammates score is lower than or equal to the sum of the score of the
opposing team. Otherwise the score of the current player returns to the beginning of
the turn. That team cannot win at that time.
• For Single In or Single Out options, the game can be started or ended by throwing at
any segment, regardless if single, double or triple.
• If you select Double In, you must hit a double segment to start the game.
• If you select Double Out you must hit the double segment, that brings your score to
zero, to end the game.
• If Double Out has been selected, the Dart Out feature is automatically activated. In this
mode, once a player is 170 or below, on your next turn, the e-BOARD Computer will
suggest the best possible finishing shots, or if an OUT is not possible, the best
remaining alternative shots are displayed on dart display.
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G04 Round The Clock (with scoring options of 105, 110, 115, 120, 205, 210, 215, 220,
305, 310, 315, 320)
The scoring options are described in the table below.
Scoring
Option
105
110
115
120
205
210
215
220
305
310
315
320
Last
Number
Thrown
5
10
15
20
5
10
15
20
5
10
15
20
Can hit any segment
Must hit only double
segments
Must hit only triple segments
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: The first player to hit all their numbers wins.
• The e-BOARD Computer will display the number you have to hit.
• Players must hit the numbers in strict order of 1, 2, 3...until 5, 10, 15, or 20, single,
double or triple, depending on the option selected. If you hit the displayed number, you
will move on to the next number.
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G05 Simple Cricket (with scoring options of 000, 020, 025)
The scoring options are described in the table below.
Scoring
Options
Description
000
Hit and open numbers 15-20 and bullseye in any order.
020
Hit and open the number 20 first, then in order, open numbers 19, 18, 17,
16, 15 and bullseye.
025
Hit and open bullseye first, then in order, open numbers 15, 16, 17, 18, 19
and 20.
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: The first player to hit each number 3 times and open them all is the winner.
• Following the standard rules in Cricket, only the numbers 15-20 and bullseye are used.
• If every player has opened a number, that number will then close and a higher pitched
tone will sound.
• When a number is closed the icon will flash. All valid hits will be confirmed and
displayed by the Cricket Display.
Cricket Status
One Time
Two Times
Open
Close
Sign
Circle flashes
•
A single segment counts as one hit, a double segment counts as two hits and a triple
segment counts as three hits.
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G06 Standard Cricket (with scoring options of C00, C20, C25)
The scoring options are described in the table below.
Scoring
Options
Description
C00
Hit and open numbers 15-20 and bullseye in any order.
C20
Hit and open the number 20 first, then in order, open numbers 19, 18, 17, 16,
15 and bullseye.
C25
Hit and open bullseye first, then in order, open numbers 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20.
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: The player to open all the numbers and have the high score wins.
• Same as Simple Cricket, except more complicated scoring and winning procedures as
follows:
• When a number has been hit 3 times by a player, it is then open to that player
and any further hits by that player will score points.
• Once a number has been hit 3 times by all the players, that number is then
closed and can no longer be scored upon by any player.
• A player who has opened a number can continue to score on that number until
it becomes closed.
• A player wins the game when he first opens all the numbers and has an equal
or greater score than the other players. However, if players are tied on points,
or have no points, the first player to open all numbers wins.
• If a player has opened all numbers first, but is behind on points, scoring
continues on open numbers. If that player has not accumulated the highest
point total by the time another player opens all their numbers, the player with
the most points will be the winner.
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G07 Cut Throat Cricket (with scoring options of 00C, 20C, 25C)
The scoring options are described in the table below.
Scoring
Options
Description
00C
Hit and open numbers 15-20 and bullseye in any order.
20C
Hit and open the number 20 first, then in order, open numbers 19, 18, 17, 16,
15 and bullseye.
25C
Hit and open bullseye first, then in order, open numbers 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20.
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: The player who first opens all numbers and have the lower score wins.
• Same rules as Standard Cricket EXCEPT the points are added to all of your
opponent’s totals once scoring begins.
G08 Scram Cricket
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: The player with the highest score after both rounds is the winner.
• This game is a variation of Cricket.
• The game consists of 2 rounds.
• In the first round, player 1 must close 15 through 20 and bullseye while player 2
attempts to get as high a score as he can by scoring on the open numbers.
• Round 1 will be finished when all numbers have been closed.
• For round 2, the reverse is done. If Player 1’s score goes above Player 2’s score at any
time during round 2 the game will be over and Player 1 will be the winner.
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G9 Hi-score (with scoring options of H03, H04, H05, H06, H07, H08, H09, H10, H11,
H12)
The scoring options are the number of rounds, see the chart below.
Scoring
Option
No. of
Rounds
H03
H04
H05
H06
H07
H08
H09
H10
H11
H12
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: The player with the highest score at the end of all the rounds wins.
• A player must rack up the most points in 3, 4, 5...or 12 rounds (each round is 3 darts) to
win.
• Doubles and triples count as 2 times and 3 times that number’s score respectively.
• The cricket display will count down the remaining rounds.
G10 Shoot Out (with scoring options of -11, -12, -13, -14, -15, -16, -17, -18, -19, -20)
The scoring options are the number of marks you must hit, see the chart below.
Scoring
Option
No. of
Marks
-11
-12
-13
-14
-15
-16
-17
-18
-19
-20
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: The first player who hits 11, 12, 13...20 marks, depending on the option selected, is
the winner.
• The e-BOARD Computer will randomly display a number for the player to hit.
• One correct hit scores one mark.
• If a player does not hit the e-BOARD within 12 seconds, the dart is regarded as a miss
and the e-BOARD Computer will automatically change to another random number for
the player to hit for the next dart.
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G11 Shanghai (with scoring options of L01, L05, L10, L15, H01, H05, H10, H15, P01,
P05, P10, P15)
The scoring options are described in the table below.
Scoring
Option
L01
L05
L10
L15
H01
H05
H10
H15
P01
P05
P10
P15
Game
starts on
number
1
5
10
15
1
5
10
15
1
5
10
15
Can hit any segment
Must hit double or triple
segments
Various doubles and triples
must be hit as specified by
the computer
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: The player who gets the most points at the end of the game wins.
• Each player must hit numbers 1 through 20 and the bullseye in order.
• The e-BOARD Computer will display the number you are supposed to hit.
• Throw 3 darts for each number.
• Your score is the number of the segment you are on.
• Hitting a double segment in the number you are on will double your points, likewise
triple will triple your points. For example if you are on number 4 and you hit a single
segment 4 you get 4 points. If you are on number 4 and you hit a double segment you
get 8 points.
G12 Double Down
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: The player with the highest score after the last round is the winner.
• Before starting the game you must select the number of players.
• This game starts with a base score of 60 points for each player.
• The player scores by hitting the segments 15, 16, Double, 17, 18, Triple, 19, 20 and
bullseye in that order.
• There is one round for each number. Every round is a new number. The e-BOARD
Computer will display what number you must hit.
• Each dart that hits the correct number will score points based on the number and the
segment.
• For example, if you hit number 15 single segment you will get 15 points. If you hit the
number 15 double segment you would get 30 points. If hit the number 15 triple segment
you would get 45 points.
• If the player does not hit the designated number during their round their score is cut in
half and they move on to the next number on their next turn.
• For the dbL and tPL, the player must hit any double or any triple segment. If the
doubles and triples are not hit, the players score is cut in half.
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G13 Forty One
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: The player with the highest score after the last round is the winner.
• This game is the same as Double Down except the sequence is reversed from number
20, 19, Double, 18, 17, Triple, 16, 15, “41 points” and bullseye in that order.
• The dartboard will display what number you must hit.
• The additional round of 41 points is included before the bullseye, and a player must hit
any 3 segments in the round totaling 41. For example a 20, 20 and 1.
G14 All Five (with scoring options of 551, 561, 571, 581, 591)
The scoring options are the total points you need to win, see the chart below.
Scoring Option
551
561
571
581
591
Total Points
51
61
71
81
91
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: The first player to score 51, 61, 71, 81, or 91 will be the winner.
• During each round the player’s total score must be divisible by 5.
• Every divisible 5 counts as one point. For instance, 2, 8, 5 totals 15. A player will get 3
points as 15 divided by 5 equals 3.
• There will be no points if the round of 3 darts’ total score is not divisible by 5 or any
darts miss, even though the sum of the other 2 darts score is divisible by 5.
• The e-BOARD Computer will suggest the best possible dart for you after each dart.
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G15 Big 6 (with scoring options of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)
The scoring options are the number of lives, see the chart below.
Scoring Option
3
4
5
6
7
No. of Lives
3
4
5
6
7
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: The last player with live remaining is the winner.
• This game allows a player to challenge opponents to hit the targets of the players
choice.
• The game begins with the single 6 segment as the target.
• Players must earn the chance to pick the next target for their opponent by making a hit
on the single 6 target first. The first player to hit the single 6 segment will save a life and
can then select the next target.
• To select the next target, throw a dart. That segment then becomes the target.
• In any turn if the player does not hit the target they loose one life.
• The dartboard will display “SEL” when a players next dart will become the next target.
• The e-BOARD Computer will display the target for the current turn.
• If a player hits the target with the first or second dart, the next dart then determines the
next target and that players turn is over.
• If a player hits the target with the third dart their turn is over and the target stays the
same. A life is not lost.
• If a player looses all their lives they are out of the game. The remaining players
continue the game until one player is left with lives.
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G16 Over (with scoring options of 0-7, 0-8, 0-9)
The scoring options are the number of lives, see the chart below.
Scoring Option
No. of Lives
0-7
0-8
0-9
7
8
9
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: The last player with lives remaining is the winner.
• Each player takes a turn throwing 3 darts, the highest score among the players will
become the “leader’s score”.
• If a leader does not want to challenge and wants to keep his “leader’s score”, he can
press the PLAY/NEXT button and skip his turn.
• A leader can choose to challenge his own “leader’s score” but he will also lose a life if
his score is lower than the leader’s score.
• The Cricket Display will show how many “Lives” each player has.
• After a player throws, if they do not have a new “leader’s score”, a life will be lost. If
their score is higher than the “leader’s score”, it will become the new “leader’s score”.
• The current “leader’s score” is displayed on the dartboard between players turns. If you
currently have the “leader’s score”, the dartboard will flash the word LEd when it
switches to your turn.
• If a player looses all their lives they are out of the game. The remaining players
continue the game until one player is left with lives.
G17 Under (with scoring options of U-7, U-8, U-9)
The scoring options are the number of lives, see the chart below.
Scoring Option
No. of Lives
U-7
U-8
U-9
7
8
9
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: The last player with lives remaining is the winner.
• The rules follow exactly as Over except the “Leader’s Score” is the lowest score for
each turn.
• A missed dart should be counted as 60 by pressing the Triple 20 segment.
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G18 Baseball (with scoring options of b07, b08, b09)
The scoring options are the number of innings, see the chart below.
Scoring Option
b07
b08
b09
No. of Innings
7
8
9
Refer to the section “Read First - Operation”.
Playing the Game
To win: The player with the most runs at the end of the game is the winner.
• A baseball field is laid out as shown in diagram below. A player throws 3 darts in each
inning and the runs/bases are set as follows:
•
•
•
Segments
Result
Single
One Base
Double
Two Bases
Triple
Three Bases
Bullseye
Home Run
Double
Single
Triple
Bullseye
A home run can only be scored on the 3rd dart of each turn.
The first three numbers on the cricket display (15, 16 and 17) will show the number of
innings left.
The last three numbers cricket display will show what base your “runners” are on. 19 is
your first “runner” or dart, 20 is your second and B is your third. The table below shows
the symbols displayed for the base that your “runner” is on.
1st Base
2nd Base
3rd Base
Home
Circle flashes
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ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
The Manufacturer warrants to the original retail purchaser that this product is free from
defects in material and workmanship under normal use and conditions for a period of one
year from the date of original purchase. The Manufacturer’s liability is limited to the repair or
replacement, at its option, of any defective product and shall not include any liability for
indirect, incidental or consequential damages of any kind.
Should this product become defective due to material or workmanship within the warranty
period, contact our Customer Service Department. This warranty is not transferable and
does not cover normal wear and tear or damage caused by improper usage, negligence,
misuse, abuse, transportation damage, acts of nature, or accident (including failure to follow
the instructions in this manual). It does not cover expendable items such as batteries, light
bulbs, fuses, accessories, cosmetic parts and other items that wear out due to normal
usage. This warranty is also void if the product is disassembled and reassembled,
damaged, modified from its original state, or used for other than indoor personal residential
use (no commercial or rental applications).
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary from
state to state.
IF YOU HAVE A WARRANTY CLAIM, CALL US FIRST (8 - 4:30 CST)
Please have your receipt and item number (found on the front cover) when you call.
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Muskego, WI 53150 USA
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Fax: 1-800-841-6944
Email: gld@gldmfg.com
Web: www.gldproducts.com
If you are instructed to return the product for service, you are responsible for
shipping the unit at your expense to the above address in packaging that will protect
against further damage. All warranty or repair requests require a Return
Authorization Number prior to returning the item.
PRODUCT REGISTRATION
Important: The product registration form on page 27 must be completed and returned
along with a copy of your receipt within 10 days of purchase to validate your warranty.
Online registration is also available. Go to www.gldproducts.com/index.php/registration or
click on this link. Follow the online instructions.
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727 GAME MENU
Game
Number
Name
Options
Players
Double In/Out
Count-up 100
1
1-8
N/A
G01
Count-up 200
1
1-8
N/A
G01
Count-up 300
1
1-8
N/A
G01
Count-up 400
1
1-8
N/A
G01
Count-up 500
1
1-8
N/A
G01
Count-up 600
1
1-8
N/A
G01
Count-up 700
1
1-8
N/A
G01
Count-up 800
1
1-8
N/A
G01
Count-up 900
1
1-8
N/A
G02
301 Count-down
4
1-8
Yes
G02
501Count-down
4
1-8
Yes
G02
601 Count-down
4
1-8
Yes
G02
701 Count-down
4
1-8
Yes
G02
801 Count-down
4
1-8
Yes
G02
901 Count-down
4
1-8
Yes
G03
301 League
4
4
Yes
G03
501 League
4
4
Yes
G03
601 League
4
4
Yes
G03
701 League
4
4
Yes
G03
801 League
4
4
Yes
G03
901 League
4
4
Yes
G04
Round The Clock
12
1-8
N/A
G05
Simple Cricket
3
1-8
N/A
G06
Standard Cricket
3
1-8
N/A
G07
Cut Throat Cricket
3
1-8
N/A
G08
Scram Cricket
1
2
N/A
G09
Hi-score
10
1-8
N/A
G10
Shoot Out
10
1-8
N/A
G11
Shanghai
12
1-8
N/A
G12
Double Down
1
1-8
N/A
G13
Forty One
1
1-8
N/A
G14
All Five
5
1-8
N/A
G15
Big 6
5
2-8
N/A
G16
Over
3
2-8
N/A
G17
Under
3
2-8
N/A
G18
Baseball
3
2-8
N/A
Total
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