Carrom rules

A round of carrom ends when one player pockets all of his or her pieces, and the queen has been pocketed. The striker may not touch the diagonal arrow line. AT Anisha Tandon Mar 20, One player has all black pieces, and the other player has all white pieces. Flick it into the pieces.

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Your opponent wins the next round, scoring 9 points. If you touch any piece besides your striker, this is a foul. The carrom striker normally weighs 15 grams. Aside from cue sportscarrom also have similarities to rukes shuffleboardand shove ha'penny ; though smaller. Simple Card Tricks That are Oh-so-easy. Carrom originated in India several centuries ago and is now very popular in the UK.

I then tracked down the proper game pieces and I have been playing ever since. If you pocket your final piece before the queen has been pocketed, both the piece you pocketed and the penalty piece are returned to the board.

Best Board Games for Two People. Before shooting, try touching the striker with your fingernail, to be sure that its really on line. By continuing to use our site, you agree to our cookie policy.

Carrom Rules – Carrom

You can shoot your striker again, and can continue to shoot your striker until you fail to pocket a piece. Archived from the original on 16 February Board Games In other languages: Points add up as you continue to win rounds. The queen will not be returned to the board and you may receive points for the queen at the conclusion of the round. On traditional carrom boards, the corner pockets are only slightly larger than the carrom men, but smaller than the striker. You would place your hand sideways on the board, so your ring and pinky finger are pressed on the board.

Carrom Rules and Regulations That'll Help You Master the Game

This game is for 2 or 4 two teams players. The objective of play is to use a striker disk with a flick of the finger to make contact with and carro, lighter object disks called carrom menwhich are thus propelled into one of four corner pockets. Fine-grained powder is used on the board to enable the pieces to slide easily.

A Anonymous Sep 17, If you're new to the game, it's a good idea to practice gripping and hitting the striker a few times before playing. The red piece, or queen, can only be pocketed after you've pocketed a piece of your color. The queen can be potted at any time at the game, after pocketing the first piece. The following situations can result in a foul: American carrom boards also have pockets built into the corners, rather than circular holes in the board, to make pocketing easier.

I have only recently been introduced to this incredible game Sri Lanka and have since purchased the board plus men etc. It may be easier to maneuver if you're new to carrom. A shot is made by releasing your middle finger, causing it to snap forward and hit the striker.

If the player who pockets and covers the queen loses the game then nobody scores any points for her. Before commencing each match, an rulees hides one black carrom in one hand and one white carrom man in the other hand.

Carrom Rules and Regulations That'll Help You Master the Game

If you pocket your last carromman before you pocket the queen, you place the queen back in the middle and end your turn. The aim of the game is to pot pocket one's nine carrom men and the queen before the one's opponent does.

If the striker comes to rest under a carrom piece it should be moved as carefully as possible so as not to disturb the board any more than strictly necessary.

The organisation also ranks players, sanctions tournaments and presents awards. Once a player or the team pockets all carroj pieces, he is awarded points equal to the number of pieces of the opponent's team that are left on the board.

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