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Carrom by Carrom Paul Carrom


									by: Carrom Paul

Carrom is a board game played by 2 or 4 players against each other. The principles of carrom are
very similar to pool, snooker or billiards (without the cues). The objective of carrom is to pot all
your carrom pieces before your opponent, using skill, determination and a little bit of luck.

Carrom itself in various forms originates from Asia and carrom is played all over the world. This
game has many names including (Indian billiards, carrum, carom, karum, or karrum). The
carrom board and carrom pieces are usually made from wood although acrylic strikers and pieces
are often used as well.

Carrom is becoming more and more popular and there are now carrom competitions and carrom
tournaments with Big Cash Prizes and carrom clubs where you can meet other players and

If you are looking for a fun and interesting board game this is ideal whether you have ever
played before or not. Carrom is now being played in clubs across the UK. Carrom and the
Carrom Association UK were also recently featured on Zee TV, going out to millions of viewers

This article was posted on July 06, 2004

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