Carrom pieces can only be struck directly if it is not touching the player’s baseline or situated behind the base line if this is the case, the player must hit the carrom piece by rebounding the carrom striker off any side of the board or any other carrom piece on the board in a forward direction. The rules of carrom carrom or karom is a game that has long been played throughout india and south east asia but the game has become increasingly popular throughout much of the rest of the world during the last century.
Object carrom rings (red, green, or black) cannot be directly shot at unless halfway over the shooting player's line shots cannot be made directly in the player's own pockets (the pockets behind his line.
Rules and regulations to be followed in carrom board: matches will make judgment from the sources of best among the three sets of four boards or 23 points which is prior a player who reaches 23 points first or leads the finale of the fourth board will be the winner of the 'set' game must be termed as set. Miscellaneous rules sinking the striker costs you one piece and your turn but, if you sink a piece in the same shot, then two come up and you shoot again after sinking the striker, your opponent places the due piece(s) within the center circle if you haven't sunk one yet, you owe one.
Carrom is an interesting game similar to billiards or table shuffleboard however, instead of pool cues, you use your fingers and a striker the game can be played by either two people (singles) or four people (doubles. Carrom is an interesting game similar to billiards or table shuffleboard however, instead of pool cues, you use your fingers and a striker the game can be played by either. Carrom is one of the most favored and popular indoor or tabletop games it consists of the square board (known as the carrom board), 9 white discs, 9 black discs (collectively known as the carrom men), 1 red disc (known as the queen) and 1 acrylic disc (known as striker) this game is for 2 or 4 (two teams) players.