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When you play online and you get a 180 almost every time you get 1 out of 5 rating afterwards . Ppfff there is a lot of cheating online. Any suggestions are welcome for better platforms
1 project | reddit.com/r/Darts | 18 Mar 2021
I never played online. Just asking myself how you can cheat there? Is it cheating like showing recorded 180s or how they do it? I was thinking of software that tracks the score (like https://github.com/hanneshoettinger/opencv-steel-darts). Are there platforms supporting it?
What are some alternatives?
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