According to official rules, each tank must be four feet long and three feet wide. As this is a 3 hole game, logically, each board should have 3 separate holes, 12 inches apart between each hole. The washers must be galvanized and 21/2 “in diameter and 1/8” thick.
Official size with 3-hole disc tray: 12 “wide by 48” long.
The Rings Game Scoring Cup is easy! A team receives a point if a washing machine is found in the box. There are three points if there is a washing machine in the cup. The points are eliminated, so if you both land in the intersection, no point is a point.
Instructions: Start by cutting 2 sheets of 3/4 “plywood, 18 × 48” each. Cut 2 × 2 boards with fermented corners as a frame, fixed with 2 ‘’ lid screws. Draw a line in the center of the board and mark the holes at 7 1/2 inches, 15 3/4 inches, and 24 inches.
A washing machine that is not in the cup or on the edge of the box is worth 1 point. Washing machines that fall completely out of the bumpy area and jump off the floor, towels or other washing machines are not counted.
The playing field consists of two discs, each with a recessed bowl with a diameter of 101.6 mm, which are placed at a certain distance from each other and against which the players throw the discs to score points. The official distance from the cutting centers is 7.62 meters.
Grab one of your teams and get behind one of the boxes. Throw the disc into the opposite box so that it lands next to the cup. Ask each player to throw a washing machine into the box before checking who is closest. The person with the washer closest to the cup should go first.
Each player or team must stand on a three-hole scoreboard ten meters away. Each player receives three tokens. The next hole is 1 point, the center hole 3 and the longest hole 5, with 3 pawns landing on the board with a score of 1 (although you cannot win the game by this method). The game is no more than 21.
Ladderball Points: All games are played with an exact total of 21 points! To win, one player or team must complete an exact total of 21 points before the other player or team after completing the round. Players can release other bolas or place their bolas on the same level to nullify the opponent’s score.
The points where each bet crosses the ground are separated by forty feet. The area inside the plate but outside the pit forms two bands left and right, and these players must stay inside when throwing a horseshoe.
Horseshoes can be played on grass, gravel, rotten granite, or sand. The standard game consists of 2 bets 12 meters apart, but you can play with a single bet and draw a line no matter how far you want to play.
The first player or team to score no more and no less than 21 points wins the game! The round must be completed. If the score is more than 21 points, a penalty will be charged. If you get more than 21 points, your score will be reduced by the number of points you got, so you will go over 21.