"I hear what you are saying, Reuben, but it seems a same to have such a cool shot score zero.
For what it is worth, I tried my hand at typing up a rule. It got a bit wordy but here it is:
In rare cases, as a result of a…"
" If you read the rules for the NCA and the worlds, it states that " in order to score 20, a disc must be in the centre hole and lying flat." Rule 6 c). Technically, the disc on top does not meet this description. I remember talking…"
"One more thought, for the sake of being thorough. In the Boardgamegeek thread on this subject linked to above, a participant named Ien wrote the following post:
Also, while are are in the realm of Crokinole rules arcana, what about if a disc…"
"Hi Craig, By clicking on your profile I see that you are from Ithaca NY. If it is possible for you to make it to the World Championships (1st Sat in June) you might enjoy it. You can choose whether to play in the "Competitive Division" or…"
Many thanks for the reply. I agree that an objective rule is to be preferred over one that calls for subjective judgment.
You may be interested to see a "player poll" I posted on the Crokinole page at…"
My name is Fred Slater and I am instrumental in codifying the rules for competition as published by the National Crokinole Association. In doing this it was important to keep the rules consistent with those used by The World…"
My family only started playing Crokinole over Thanksgiving this year, but we love it. At the end of a round recently we had one disk leaning on another and weren’t sure how to score it. Do you score it according to where the leaner touches down on the board? Or do you view the leaner from above to estimate its position? Or do you remove the lower disk and lower the leaner down flat in order to score it? Something else?OK, just because I’m curious, let me ask about some related rare…See More
A great evening of crokinole was held last night in Belleville where the travelling K-Town (Kingston Club) members stopped in and joined the Belleville group in a doubles match.A simple rotation format was quickly implemented where teams were randomly selected to begin. Winners would advance to the next table, losers would remain at the same table. Players would not play with the same partner 2 turns in a row. Each player had a score card and would count points and twenties normally.At the end…See More