Within this region you will always need 2 preparing trebles to get a chance at a double. These are the "real" high finishes. You won't see too many options here, 'cause most of the high finishes have only one solution.
170 
T20  T20  D25 
bingo! ;) 
167 
T20  T19  D25 

164 
T20  T18  D25 T19  T19  D25 

161 
T20  T17  D25 

160 
T20  T20  D20 

158 
T20  T20  D19 

157 
T20  T19  D20 

156 
T20  T20  D18 

155 
T20  T19  D19 

154 
T20  T18  D20 T19  T19  D20 

153 
T20  T19  D18 

152 
T20  T20  D16 

151 
T20  T17  D20 

150 
T20  T18  D18 [T20  D25  D20] * 
* The bull option on the shot in brackets is not recommended if your opponent is on an out shot. But if you are not under pressure and have some skill on bulls it can give you a higher percentage to close with the next 3 darts. 
149 
T20  T19  D16 

148 
T20  T20  D14 T20  T16  D20 

147 
T20  T17  D18 

146 
T20  T18  D16 T19  T19  D16 

145 
T20  T19  D14 T20  T15  D20 

144 
T20  T20  D12 T18  T18  D18 T20  T16  D18 

143 
T20  T17  D16 

142 
T20  T14  D20 T20  T18  D14 [T20  D25  D16]* 
* Like in the note for the 150 out shot the bull option here is not recommended if you are under pressure, but it will give you a higher percentage to go out in 6 darts. 
141 
T20  T19  D12 T17  T18  D18 

140 
T20  T20  D10 [T20  T16  D16] * 
* This option is not really recommended. If you don't hit T16 you will find yourself losing one dart for double preparation (think about it!). But if you have plenty of time this option is okay 'cause it will lead you to the perfect D16 route. 
139 
T19  T14  D20 T19  T18  D14 T20  T19  D11 [T19  D25  D16] * 
* Again we have a bull option here. It works just like the other two  increasing your 6 dart out percentage by sacrificing some 3 dart out percentage. This is some sort of "running gag" or repeated scheme you will often find when learning 01 out shots. 
138 
T20  T18  D12 

137 
T20  T19  D10 

136 
T20  T20  D8 
In this region most finishes need 1 treble and 1 single to prepare for a double. The exceptions are 134, 133 and 131. These still need 2 trebles for a double. On the other hand 107, 104 and 101 would need only 1 treble + bull, but it is not recommended to go for this option. Using all 3 darts leeds you to a "normal" double, giving a higher out percentage.
In this region I also make a first use of the (exp) option. This option should be favored by good players. For beginners or intermediate players it probably is too tough, but at least worth thinking about it.
135 
D25  T19  D14 (exp) (25  T20  D25) D25  T15  D20 (exp) (25  T20  D25) T20  T17  D12 

134 
T20  T14  D16 

133 
T20  T19  D8 

132 
D25  T14  D20 (exp) (25  T19  D25) D25  D25  D16 (exp) * T20  T20  D6 T20  T16  D12 T20  T12  D18 
* This may sound a bit strange, but it is an option for those who are familiar with bull's eye and who like to place 2 darts in the same small target 
131 
T20  T13  D16 T19  T14  D16 

130 
T20  T20  D5 * (20  T20  D25) [T20  T18  D8] ** [T20  T10  D20] ** 
*One of the most handy high finishes out there. Just 2 darts
on T20  hit once and you have Bull's eye left. Hit twice and go out on
D5. A great chance when you are under pressure. ** A more "conservative" way. It leeds you to a nice double, but you will need 2 trebles. Recommended only if you are not under pressure. 
129 
T19  T20  D6 (19  T20  D25) 
An ugly finish. Just compare it to 130 to find out why. The best way to handle it is to avoid it! For instance, if you are on 149 and have one dart left, go for 19 instead of 20. It's much better to have 130 than 129 left! 
128 
T18  T14  D16 (18  T20  D25) T18  T18  D10 (18  T20  D25) 
Same here as for 129. Avoid this ugly finish. 
127 
T20  T17  D8 (T20  17  D25) (20  T19  D25) 

126 
T19  T19  D6 (19  T19  D25) (T19  19  D25) 
Surprised to play an even out with odd numbers? Think about it... this is one of the most handy out shouts once you realize that it has to be played via 19s! 
125 
25  T20  D20 (D25  T17  D12) (D25  25  D25) * T18  T13  D16 
* I admit this is a crazy variation. Just think about it and decide whether you want to go for T17 or bull with your 2nd dart. Both ways have their pros and cons. Again you should try to avoid 125. 126 is better! 
124 
T20  T14  D11 (20  T18  D25) (T20  14  D25) 

123 
T19  T16  D9 (T19  16  D25) (19  T18  D25) 

122 
T18  T18  D7 (T18  18  D25) (18  T18  D25) 
Quite the same as 130 and 126. 
121 
T20  T11  D14 (T20  11  D25) (20  T17  D25) 

120 
T20  20  D20 (20  T20  D20) 
Maybe the best known out shot... 
119 
T19  T12  D13 (T19  12  D25) (19  T20  D20) 
A bad out. Much better to prepare 120. 
118 
T20  18  D20 (20  T20  D19) T18  14  D25 (18  T20  D20) 
You can often see this out played via 18s. Even John Lowe is known to do this. But don't follow that. If you don't understand why, read Ken Berman's article again and think about it! 
117 
T20  17  D20 (20  T19  D20) T19  20  D20 (19  T20  D19) 
Many players start this on the 19s. Don't do that! What happens is that when you hit S19 then you must go for T20  D19. Hardly a nice shot. 
116 
T20  16  D20 (20  T20  D18) T19  19  D20 (19  T19  D20) 

115 
T19  18  D20 (19  T20  D18) 
Don't start this on 20s. It is likely that you will find yourself ending on the ugly D19. 
114 
T20  14  D20 (20  T18  D20) T18  20  D20 (18  T20  D18) 

113 
T20  13  D20 (20  T19  D18) T19  16  D20 (19  T18  D20) 

112 
T20  20  D16 (20  T20  D16) T18  18  D20 

111 
T19  14  D20 (19  T20  D16) T20  19  D16 (20  T17  D20) T17  20  D20 (17  T18  D20) 

110 
T20  18  D16 (20  T18  D18) 
Don't go for the bull if you have hit T20 with the first. Playing 18D16 or 10D20 has a higher percentage. 
109 
T20  17  D16 (20  T19  D16) T19  20  D16 (19  T18  D18) 

108 
T19  19  D16 * (19  T19  D16) T18  18  D18 (18  T18  D18) T20  16  D16 (20  T20  D14) (20  T16  D20) T17  17  D20 
* Don't be shocked to play an odd number here! 4 19s with the first 2 darts will leave you D16. Isn't this a nice option? 
107 
T20  15  D16 (20  T17  D18) T19  18  D16 * (19  T20  D14) (19  T16  D20) 
* Don't go for bull's eye with the second dart. 
106 
T20  14  D16 (20  T18  D16) T20  6/10  D20/18 

105 
T20  13  D16 (20  T19  D14) (20  T15  D20) 

104 
T20  12  D16 (20  T20  D12) (20  T16  D18) T18  18  D16 (18  T18  D16) T19  15  D16 (19  T19  D14) * 
* This can be a nice option 'cause you can throw twice at the same treble. 
103 
T20  11  D16 (20  T17  D16) T20  3/19  D20/12 (20  T17  D16) 

102 
T20  6/10 D18/16 (20  T14  D20) (20  T18  D14) [20  D25  D16]* 
* Again a bull option to increase the 6dartout percentage. Not recommended if you are under pressure. 
101 
T20  9  D16 (20  T19  D12) (20  T15  D18) T19  12  D16 (19  T14  D20) (19  T18  D14) [19  D25  D16] 
From 100 down you can go out in 2 darts, with 99 as one exception. Anyway, although you can get these in 2 this section supposes that you have 3 darts for the out shot. If you have read the introduction to this out chart you know this makes sense.
100 
T20  D20 (20  T20  D10) [20  T16  D16]* 
* in many out charts you will find the suggestion to go for T16 on 80 left. This is not recommended. Sure this path leads you to D16, but you will lose a dart if you don't hit the treble. Think about it! 
99 
T19  10/6  D16/18 

98 
T20  D19 (20  T18  D12) 
I've seen people going for T18 on this shot, thus sacrificing a 2darts out possibility for a better double than D19. For me this doesn't make much sense. 2 darts at an ugly double are better than 1 dart at a good one if you are under pressure. 
97 
T19  D20 (19  T18  D12) 

96 
T20  D18 (20  T20  D8) 
The numbers from 95 to 91 are a very interesting section. The reason is the "bull option" you have here. Start with the bull and you have the chance to get them without hitting a treble. That's the good news. The bad news is that you will have to go out with double bull. This is not a variation I would recommend to beginners or intermediate players, but for everyone else it's the way you should choose when under pressure!
95 
D25  13  D16 (exp) (25  T20  D5) (25  20  D25) T19  D19 (19  T20  D8) 

94 
D25  12  D16 (exp) (25  T19  D6) (25  19  D25) T18  D20 (18  T20  D8) 

93 
D25  11  D16 (exp) (25  T18  D7) (25  18  D25) T19  D18 (19  T14  D16) 

92 
D25  10  D16 (exp) * (25  T17  D8) (25  17  D25) T20  D16 (20  T20  D6) (20  T12  D18) (20  T16  D12) 
92 is a number which many players will strictly refuse to play via the bull option. It's understandable: you have 2 darts at T20 to get on a nice double. But again, you need a treble. Personally I like to choose my shot at 92 on the form of the day. If I feel confident I go for the bull option. If not, I go for the more "conservative" T20 shot. 
91 
D25  9  D16 (25  T16  D9) (25  16  D25) T17  D20 (17  T14  D16) 
The numbers from 81 to 90 can be shot out by either a treble plus a "normal" double or by 2 singles and bull's eye. From 81 to 85 there is an option to sacrifice the possibility of a 2dart out for getting on a "normal" double, but you have to start on bull for this. 82 should be played via bull only.
90 
T20  D15 (20  T20  D5) (20  20  D25) T18  D18 (18  T20  D6) 
going out on D15 might sound disgusting on first thought, compared to the "normal" T18  D18 option. But with the latter you are required to hit at least one treble, while the T20  D15 option lets you go out without absolutely needing a treble. Therefore, if you need this out shot, avoid T18. Only if you have the time for percentage play you should use the T18  D18 path. * this is sometimes played, but hardly to recommend. Two darts on bull are a hazard: beginners will hardly hit 2 bulls, and expert/pros are likely to hit a double bull with the 2nd dart, leaving no double for the 3rd. A stupid variation in my opinion. 
89 
T19  D16 (19  T20  D5) (10  20  D25) 

88 
T20  D14 
* most out charts will recommend T16  D20 on 88 left. But this is absolutely wrong. Think about it! Even with plenty of time I wouldn't recommend going for treble 16 here. 
87 
T17  D18 

86 
T18  D16 

85 
T19  D14 
* This bull option is not only percentage play. You sacrifice the chance for getting 2 darts on a double, but you get the chance to play for a normal double if you hit bull + a single. A very good option for percentage play, but the question remains if it is worth a try when you have to check out 85. I used it for a couple of times, but I'm still not sure if it really makes sense (except for percentage play). 
84 
T20  D12 
* this is one of my personal favorites. I have included it into my "standard outshots", with good success. However, I can understand if you are disgusted by it. In percentage play I consider it almost a must. If I hit the bull's eye with the first dart I like D25  2  D16 in percentage play. 
83 
T17  D16 
* just like 85. 
82 
D25  D16 
That's standard. Don't be afraid of the bull, even if you are a beginner. This out will teach you to forget your bull scares. 
81 
T19  D12 
* just like 85 and 83... 
The finishes from 61 to 80 are extremely important. Firstly, because you will have to play them very often. Secondly, because they are relatively easy to hit. If you get a treble with your first dart then you will always have two darts, almost always on a good double. If you don't hit a treble with your first dart then you will get one dart on a double with two singles. If you are puzzled by all this finishing jungle so far and are looking for a starting point then choose this region.
80 
T20  D10 
* this is the most common error you will find in out charts. You simply lose a dart compared to starting on T20 . Only recommended if you are well in front and love to prepare for D16. 
79 
T19  D11 
* although T19 will lead you to the odd D11 you should avoid the T13 option. You will lose a dart for the finish, and it also makes no sense in terms of percentage. Again many out charts are wrong here. 
78 
T18  D12 
Only way. T14  D18 is recommended now and then, but again this makes you lose a dart. 
77 
T19  D10 
* this looks nice, but wastes a dart. If you want to use it for percentage play then the same comment as for 80 left played over T16 applies here. 
76 
T20  D8 
* this interesting variation was suggested by Greg Lewis. Good under high pressure: you can miss 16 on both sides and have still a chance without needing a treble. 
75 
T17  D12 

74 
T14  D16 
* this is a clear "second choice". Not wrong, but D16 is much better than D10. 
73 
T19  D8 

72 
T20  D6 
a handy finish. Lots of good options. Choose what you prefer. 
71 
T13  D16 
* same as 74 via T18. 
70 
T18  D8 

69 
T15  D12 

68 
T20  D4 
* this option is often neglected, but I don't really understand why. Of course by hitting 20 with your first dart you will have 48 left, which lets you play the "wedge game" 8/16  D20/D16. But give the T12 option a try. I use it now and then, and with good results. 
67 
T17  D8 

66 
T10  D18 
* this is a classic expert/pro option. Many good players like to play it that way 'cause it leads either directly to D8 or to D16. If you are not good on bulls you should avoid it (or practice bulls! ;) ). 
65 
25  D20 * 
* that's the standard way. The only danger is to hit a useless double bull with the first dart. Therefore I prefer the percentage options, but of course only if I have enough time! 
64 
T16  D8 

63 
T13  D12 

62 
T10  D16 
* only if you REALLY prefer the D20/D10 path! 
61 
25  D18 
* see 65 