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Atelier Radscha Carrom Board with Red and Black Star Design

Luxury Carrom Board: Black & Red, Star Design - BoardGamer.ie
Luxury Carrom Board: Black & Red, Star Design - BoardGamer.ie
Luxury Carrom Board: Black & Red, Star Design - BoardGamer.ie
Luxury Carrom Board: Black & Red, Star Design - BoardGamer.ie
Luxury Carrom Board: Black & Red, Star Design - BoardGamer.ie
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Atelier Radscha Carrom Board with Red and Black Star Design

Immerse yourself in the world of Carrom with this truly exceptional Carrom board by Swiss Carrom specialist, Atelier Radscha. Featuring a striking red and black star design, solid beech wood frame, and a 9mm thick core, this Carrom board offers outstanding playing qualities for enthusiasts of all levels.

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  • 2-4 Players

  • 60 Min

  • Age 6+

    A truly exceptional Carrom board by Swiss Carrom specialist, Atelier Radscha. Featuring an eye-catching red and black star design, combined with an impressive build quality and unrivaled playing qualities, this is a special Carrom board fit for even the most discerning of enthusiasts.

    What is Carrom?

    Carrom is a tabletop game of Indian origin. The game is very popular in South Asia and the Middle East, and is known by various names in different languages. The game goes by many names, and you may know it as carrum, carum, karam, karom, karum, and Indian (or Nepalese) finger billiards. Carrom is easy to understand, fun to play, and suitable for all ages.

    How to Play Carrom:

    Carrom is played on a square wooden board with four corner pockets. Two players or two teams compete against each other by using a striker to flick Carrom men (small discs) into the pockets. The objective is to pocket all of your own Carrom men, as well as the red queen, before your opponent does. Points are scored based on the number of Carrom men pocketed, with the first player or team to reach a predetermined number of points winning the match.

    History of Carrom:

    Carrom has a rich and diverse history, with its origins tracing back to India several centuries ago. Over the years, the game spread throughout South Asia and the Middle East, where it became a popular pastime in countries such as Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Iran. It is believed that carrom evolved from ancient board games, and its current form is thought to have been standardized during the late 19th or early 20th century.

    Throughout the 20th century, carrom gained popularity in Europe and the Americas, leading to the establishment of several national and international organizations dedicated to promoting and organizing carrom events. Today, carrom is enjoyed by millions of people worldwide, with international championships and regional tournaments regularly taking place to celebrate this timeless and captivating game.

    About this Carrom Board

    The high-quality birch veneer playing surface is expertly finished and wonderfully smooth, ensuring the discs slide effortlessly. The surface is then decorated with striking graphics that truly catch the eye and set this apart from other boards on the market. Powder is also included to ensure the smoothest possible gameplay.

    The frame of the board is constructed from robust, solid beech wood and features rounded internal corners.

    A full set of accessories is also included, containing Carrom playing pieces (30mm x 8mm) in two colors, a Striker, corner nets (that must be fitted), and Carrom powder (Acrylic Copolymer powder) - a pinch on the playing surface is sufficient. A comprehensive rules booklet is also supplied with this set.

    Atelier Radscha is well renowned for producing some of the finest Carrom boards available. The products are manufactured to the highest possible standard in Switzerland and are a significant improvement on the majority of boards that you will find on sale.

    Details

    • Beautiful Carrom board by Atelier Radscha
    • Manufactured to the highest standard in Switzerland
    • Eye-catching red and black star design
    • Exceptional birch veneer playing surface (9mm core) with robust beech wood frame
    • Accessories and rules included
    • Language of Rules/Instructions: German, Spanish, French, English

    Dimensions & Materials

    • Frame: steamed beech, steamed, finger jointing, size 820 x 820 mm, rounded internal corners.
    • Playing surface: birch high quality, size 735 x 735 mm
    • Carrier plate: MDF core veneer on both sides in birch

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