Welcome to Darts 101!
Darts are full of lingo, and there is a lot of terminologies that may be new to the average player. One term that many players don’t know is what constitutes a Hat Trick in darts?
It is a term used to describe “three-in-a-row” and it is also used in plenty of other sports. In the case of darts, a hat-trick refers to throwing three consecutive bullseye shots. Through the years, the hat trick was also referred to as “Alan Evans Shot”, from a player that was famous for his consecutive bullseye shots in competitions.
It’s not to be mistaken with “Perfect”, which is when a player hit three triple 20s in a row. Perfect awards you 180 points, while the Hat Trick gets you 150 points.