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How to Play Shuffleboard: Scoring a Knock Off

Todd and Judy McClure play a game of Knock-Off at Leland Lodge in Michigan to teach us how shuffleboard scoring works. For more tips go to
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David Keithahn Vs. Dwayne Maxwell

Both of these players showed up earlier in the event and won their matches respectively. We come into the third and final game with each player having strong knowledge of the is board in the match and each player having a lot of confidence in their feel for the speed of the table. This is a must win for both players.
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Texas Maze Shuffleboard: David Keithahn vs. Eddie Villarreal

This is an exhibition match of Texas Maze Shuffleboard - sometimes called 7 or bust. This video was filmed at the 2016 North American Shuffleboard Championships.
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Introduction to Shuffleboard

This video is an introduction to outdoor shuffleboard. The intended audience is for people who have never played the game but would like to know the basics. This video explains the rules of Shuffleboard at a basic level, how to keep score, and how to shoot the disks.

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Shuffleboard Legend Roadhouse Billy Mays

Table shuffleboard legend and trick shot artist, Billy Mays.

Roger Holloway & Jim Payne - Game 1 - Finals

Roger Holloway is coming out of the losers bracket to face Jim Payne in the 2016 North American Shuffleboard Championships Finals match. Roger must win this match and one more to win the tournament. Jim only needs to win this match to win.

How to play Shuffleboard

How To Play Shuffleboard

Welcome to the wonderful world of Table Shuffleboard! We made this video at the North American Shuffleboard Championships with beginners in mind. If you have any questions about the game, ask in the comments section. Thanks!

Mark Gray & Jim Payne - Game 1

Both of these table shuffleboard pro's come from the great state of Missouri. Jim Payne has won this event before, and this may be Mark Gray's best showing to date. Whoever wins this game will be guaranteed first or second place in the tournament, and the loser will have to play their way out of the loser's bracket.

How to Play Shuffleboard

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Begun more than 500 years ago as a game for European royalty, shuffleboard is becoming more popular with Americans who see it as a less expensive alternative to golf.

Step 1: Choose the players
Decide if you’ll be playing singles or doubles and choose the players. Shuffleboard can be played with two players or two teams of two.

Step 2: Learn the game
Familiarize yourself with the court. An outdoor shuffleboard court is a rectangle with a triangle at either end. The triangles are divided into different scoring zones.

Step 3: Choose your pucks
Choose a puck color for each player or team; each side gets four pucks. Line them up in the 10-off area at the base of the triangle and flip a coin to see who will go first.

Step 4: Play the first round
Take turns pushing pucks toward the opposite triangle with the cues. Triangles are divided into ten-, eight-, and seven-point areas, plus a 'ten-off' zone. Aim for the areas with the most points. Leave all played pucks in place until the end of the round -- after each side has played four pucks.

Tip
Try to knock your opponent’s pucks off high-scoring zones and into the ten-off zone.

Step 5: Tally scores
Tally the scores based on where the pucks lay at the end of the round. Points count only if pucks are entirely within a scoring zone, not touching the edges. If a puck lands entirely within the ten-off zone, subtract ten points from the score.

Step 6: Continue playing
Continue playing. After each round, switch sides. The first player or team to reach 50 points for a short game -- or 100 points for a longer -- wins the game.

Did You Know?
Did you know? The National Shuffleboard Hall of Fame is located in Clearwater, Florida.
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The History of Shuffleboard - European Shuffleboard

Henry VIII's least favorite game is making a 21st century comeback. The Tudor monarch banned shuffleboard from England nearly 500 years ago because his subjects found it far more fun than working.

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Shuffleboard On The Ocho

The best shuffleboard players in the world will compete for our game's most prestigious award - All in front of a national television audience. Join us as we make shuffleboard history.

Asian guy playing shuffleboard (winning)

This this what Christmas is all about... beat other family member at shuffleboard :P Merry Christmas! (Direct upload from iPod Touch)

Why European Champion Shuffleboard?

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Shuffleboard Shot Types - Part I

Shot types (vocabulary) along with an intro to Biggles Lounge Sports Cafe and Players Room in Houston, Texas.

Greatest Shuffle Board shot ever! (turn volume down)

Matt and Aaron were down 10-0 only to come roaring back and take the lead. Jason and Colin can only watch as Matt takes over the game and wins it on the last shot!
MONEY IN THE BANK!

Sorry I'm not sorry to everyone that is so upset with how loud I was yelling. I was half in the bag and the level of smack talk occurring during this game was other worldly.

Shuffleboard Court Creation

Shuffleboard court added at The Natural Gait near the Ion Inn in NE Iowa.

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9 foot shuffleboard table by playcraft

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