Have you ever watched a darts match and wondered what on earth the players and commentator are talking about? Do you have any idea why a score of 26 is called 'bed and breakfast' and what being stuck in the 'madhouse' means? Darts has its own language and if you are curious to learn the meaning of these and many more terms, this book is for you. Written by 'King of Bling' Bobby George, probably Britain's most popular and recognisable darts player, and Dr Patrick Chaplin, also known as 'The Professor', "Scoring for Show, Doubles for Dough" not only explains the hilarious lingo that is peculiar to darts but also how much of this fascinating terminology came into being. So if you want to know what to do if someone shouts 'wet feet' during a darts match, make sure that you are not 'in the wilderness' and dip into this book. This informative and fun reference book will provide hours of pleasure, making it a must have for fans of the game and anyone interested in finding out more about the light-hearted and humorous side of darts.