Asia, as far back as 3000 BC
Estimated around 20 metres to as close as 2 feet from the board.
According to their online application they only ask 5 years back.
3/4 of an inch from the tip of the tongue, too far back will require a very long barbell and the swelling can be dangerous not to mention the chances of triggering the gag reflex.
The normal distance to stand is 7 feet, 9 1/4 inches. That is about 2.37m. If you are new to dart throwing, you can always stand closer until you become more comfortable.
It depends. Stand them really close if u want then to make a mark in the wall and stand them rather far to save a few bucks. Warning: Kids might get annoyed if they have to stand far away and miss the dart board a multiple of times.
7 feet 9.25 inches from the front of the board to the toe line (known as the Oche)
as far as you want
quite far. LOL
The darts take a bit of practice, but it becomes easier when they begin to use better darts. Basically, you are "throwing" by pulling back and then letting go. You can do this as slowly as you like.Click on a dart to pick it up, and move it in front of the dartboard. Click again and hold to aim at the center, or any spot. Pull back on your mouse and the dart will move back (downward) on the screen. When you have moved a ways, release the mouse button to throw. With practice, you can judge exactly how far back (down) you have to go to throw on target every time.Sometimes the players will challenge you, but occasionally they play badly and it is not difficult to win.
The Nerf Switch Shot averages around 25-35 feet per shot with Micro Darts, Whistler Darts, Sonic Micro Darts, Dart Tag Darts and Glow Darts, but very little with Streamline Darts.
The Magstrike's drum can hold Dart Tag Darts, Whistler Darts and Sonic Micro Darts, making it the most compatible clip/drum to be released so far.
Squat down as far as you can and stand back up.
In the standard game, the dart board is hung so that the bullseye is 5 ft 8 in (1.73m) from the floor, eye-level for a six foot person. The oche the line behind which the throwing player must stand - is generally located 2.37m (7'9.25") from the face of the dartboard measured horizontally. This is the recognized world standard as set by the World Darts Federation and is played as such in most areas. Due to measurement error this may be incorrect in some places (such as measuring from the wall, rather than using a plumb line to measure from the board face).