Crokinole rules, scoring, setup and even optional rules compiled and composed by Crokinole Depot. Rules of Crokinole. For Competitive Play. Basic Rules of Play. 1) Getting Ready a ) Aplayerorteam’sinitial orderofplay,colourofdiscs,andseatingposition,shall. OFFICIAL CROKINOLE RULES **All participants are encouraged to read these rules carefully. Playing Guidelines The object of the game is to shoot your disc.
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A chair without arms is the ideal chair, so you can crokinle your position on the chair easily. Shooting is usually done by flicking the disc with a finger, though sometimes small cue sticks may be used.
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The National Crokinole Association NCA is a federation that supports existing, and the development of new, crokinole clubs and tournaments. Your non-played discs are to be kept outside of the board on the corner of the table. In the UK, many players use a version of anti-set-off spray powderfrom the printing industry, which has specific electrostatic properties, with rulws of micrometre diameter 3.
Use dmy dates from July Pages using deprecated image syntax Articles needing additional references from May All articles needing additional references All articles lacking reliable references Articles lacking reliable references from June Wikipedia articles crkoinole clarification from November Croiknole containing French-language text Articles containing Low German-language text Commons category link is on Wikidata. Damage Rule An out-of-bounds disc that re-enters the playing surface must be removed from play.
Doubles players are allowed to talk to their partner during the ruless. They oppose each other. The world premiere occurred at the Princess Cinema in Waterloo, Ontarioin early Ingalls US Patent No. The Object The object of the game is to position shooting discs on the playing surface in such manner that they remain within the highest scoring circles by the end of the round.
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. A disc must start from a flat, stationary position, and be touching or behind the shooting line of the player’s quadrant, or touching both the outer boundary line and a player’s quadrant dividing line.
Rules of the Game. If there still is a tie, a shoot out will be conducted. This page was last edited on 25 Decemberat Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Powder is used to ensure pieces slide smoothly on the surface.
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The team that wins the next round, adds to its own score. During a shot only the shooting hand and associated arm can come into contact with the board or table.
Rles scorer s after all shots are taken will advance.
The Spinning Disc Rule If a disc touches or crosses the outer line but does not leave the raised playing surface and returns under its own momentum to end up inside the outer line, it will be considered still in play. Begin the next round. The top four in the playoffs advance rule a final round robin to play each other, and the top two compete in the finals. The reason for this misconception may be due to its popularity in Mennonite and Amish groups.
Middle circle counts 10 points for each disc.
There must be no impurity in the powder. Absolutely no other lubricant will be allowed. The winning score shall be determined at the start of the game and typically is points, or an agreed to score. Contestants are not allowed to apply lubricants of any type to the board.