Posted - 14 Oct 2016 : 09:47:46
che verranno discussi al BOM meeting che si terra il 9 novembre 2016 a Birmingham.
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1. Carrom Board
4. Table or Stand
5. Stool or Chair
A.1 Playing Surface 73.60cm / 73.70 cm
B. Carrommen Diameter 3.18 cm / 3.2 cm
Weight 5.50 gms /5.70 gms
C. Striker Diameter 4.15 cm Maximum
Weight 15.1 gms maximum
D. Table or Stand 65 cm / 67 cm
E. Stool or Chair 44 cm / 46 cm
16 CANNON Cannon shall mean a C/M near another C/M and or
Queen in such way that the two C/M faces the general direction of the pocket.
17 Thumbing Shall mean playing a C/M on or below the base lines using the
thumb of your hand or any other finger.
22 Hand Shall mean the portion of the playing hand from the fingers up to
40. Trial boards There shall be two trial boards after the toss and before the start
of the match for each player or pair. These trial boards should be
only for five minutes ( 2 ½ minutes per player or 2 ½ minutes per side) )
Turn to Play
51 Out of turn If a player plays out of turn, before the Umpire could control, one
penalty should be taken out and he will lose the turn and if the above remains unnoticed till the next stroke is made, the turn shall be continued by the player as per the laws.
Time Limit In all eight board matches - each match should be restricted to one hour or 25 points whichever comes first. From quarter finals onwards it will be full games of 25 points without time limit.
Dues and Penalties
83 If more than one c/m are to be placed by a player as Due or Penalty
all the c/m available shall be placed immediately (within 15 sec )
84 However, while placing Due/penalty c/m holding the Striker in the
other hand is permitted, but not holding anything solid or otherwise
in the placing hand.
94 a. If the centre circle is partially or completely covered by other c/m, the Queen shall be
placed towards North, East, West, South by the Umpire so that it will not be a
Cannon to any pocket.
95. c However, if after recovery of due and or penalty, all nine c/m are on the C/B, a
Player shall have the right to pocket the Queen and cover it. In the subsequent stroke
after pocketing the Queen and while covering the Queen he pockets the c/m with the Striker, two c/m should be taken out for placing. But since there is one minus, the Queen shall be taken out for placing by the umpire as per the Laws, but his turn will continue. (This is nowhere in the rules book)
113 If the Queen or C/m resting perilously at the mouth of the pocket actually falls into
the pocket for any reason, It should be taken out by the umpire and replaced as far
as possible in the same place as soon as it happens.
136 a. The player shall be permitted to keep the Striker on the Frame of the C/B, or hold
it in his other hand while placing the Due or Penalty C/M.
b. However, the player shall not keep the Striker on the Playing Surface while placing
the Due or Penalty C/M.
144 All protests shall be written in English addressed to the Secretary of the tournament
and shall be submitted through the Chief Referee / Referee duly signed by the Player,
Captain or Manager of the team, with a protest fee of US $ 50/= as scrutiny. No
Protest shall be entertained without payment of scrutiny fees.
Prepared by Langley Mathiasz