Carrom Championship set is a strike and pocket table top board game that can be played with family and friends. This fun game consists of a board, carrom tokens and a striker. Carrom Championship set is a perfect fun indoor activity and is suitable for up to four players.
This Carrom Championship set is made out top quality wood and is built to last for a very long time. The objective of the game is to use a striker and hit the lighter tokens called Carrom coins into one of the four pockets. However, the striker can only be only used with a flick action of finger to hit the coins. Players can earn points by striking the coins into any of the four pockets.
Carrom Championship Set Details:
- 87 cm x 87 cm Plywood Carrom Board with 74 cm x 74 cm internal playing area.
- 3×2 kicker edges for Championship standard Rebound Natural Finish
- 5 cm Board Depth
- 1.5 cm Surface Depth
- 4 Netted Pockets
- Championship Quality Wooden Carrom coins 11 x White 11 x Black 2 x Red
- Championship Quality Acrylic Striker Carrom Coin
- 30 gms of Carrom Powder
- Rules Booklet
- 19 kg
- Ages 6+ Years
Recommended Ages: 6+ Years.
Safety Tested: Successfully tested for Australian & NZ safety standards
AS/ NZS ISO 8124.1
AS/ NZS ISO 8124.2
AS/ NZS ISO 8124.3
How To Play With Carrom Championship Set:
Players take turns to strike the coins. A turn may consist of one or more strikes as it depends on the player if he has scored a point or not. A player wins by pocketing all of the pieces of their chosen colour first. However, neither player can win until one or another player has “covered the Queen”. To cover the Queen, a player must pocket one of her own pieces immediately after pocketing the Queen. If the Queen is pocketed but not covered, the Queen is returned to the board. Both players normally try to cover the Queen in addition to trying to win the game because a player who wins and also covers the Queen receives bonus points. However, this being the traditional way of playing this game, there are also many other methods used around the world.