The origins of carrom are uncertain. The majority of sources suggest that the game is of Indian origin while some sources claim the game is of Chinese origin. Yemen, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe and North Africa are also suggested as potential regions of origin. In the West, where the game is often similar to billiards-type games, it may have independently developed in several cases as a mixture of billiards and shuffleboard.
Content and material
- 1 x Carrom - Classic
- material: Frame: beech
- size: 820 x 820 x 30 mm
- Playing surface: MDF in beech-design
- size: 730 x 730 mm and 8 mm thick
- Design: circle
- print two colored, black-red
- Carrom playing pieces + Striker standard
- corner nets
- playing instruction
- Rules: DE, GB, FR, ES
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Attention! Not suitable for children under 3 years, because of small parts. Suffocation hazard!