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Dartboard cybermatch opponent keeps ringing up triple bulls

Ive got the halex wireless elec. dartboard and the friggin thing cheats. It rings up triple bulls to beat me. What the hell is that? You can't throw a trip. bulls with 1 throw in cricket! who's ever heard of that? Yet it's done it multiple times. Cheating thing. How can I score a trip. bull? Oh and please tell me how to shut off the stupid ''Any day now'' comment the thing blurts out every 10 seconds if you haven't thrown fast enough. Makes me want to drop kick it out the window. But there's no way to shut it up! Why?

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