We have a series of Dart Articles that we've added over time. You'll find games similar to American darts, and dart throwing advice.
We also have a section on Vintage Darts with pictures of darts and boards from days long gone by.
Like many games, darts comes with some language of its own. There are different names for different scores and events. This is by no means a full listing of every dart term, and I'm sure some of the terms are local, and vary from town to town.
Blackout - an inning with zero points.
White Horse - an inning with 9 points, the max in a game of Baseball
Ginsberg - is also an inning with 9 points.
Bucket of Blood- three darts in the red, worth 6 points in Baseball
Dogballs - an inning with 8 points (most likely a local term)
Snowman - is another term for an inning with 8 points.
The Gun as in "give him the gun" is an inning with 7 points. Named after the hand signal for a 7 point inning.
Angel Dart - a final dart in the trip, after having missed points with the first two darts in the inning. In some circles this is referred to as a Zippy Dart in honor of a player who makes use of this tactic regularly.
Three in a Pond - three darts that all hit the singles section of the inning.