Carrom (beech and linden wood)
Beech and linden wood carrom board and pieces. Set includes ten red and ten dark pieces, one striker and one games piece. (MDF playing area.)
The carrom game (also known as finger billiards), demands both technical and tactical skills from its players: at the beginning, all of the game pieces are placed in the middle of the carrom board, according to a predetermined arrangement. Each player tries to sink his game pieces into one of the holes. The striker is flicked with the finger from the baseline. Each successful shot entitles to another attempt. The winner is the one who is the first to pocket all the pieces of his colour. Simple!