|Variations to make things interesting
Invented in 1863 by Lewis Carroll, author of Alice in Wonderland, this is a highly strategic game for four players. This is the first time that these rules are published on the internet!
A game invented by Matt "The Mauler" Maldre, member of the Squirearchy.
Ideas for rule changes
Here's some ideas to adapt to your current game of croquet to make things more spiiiicy!
On on one match. When two players compete against each other, it is considered a bloodmatch.
A test of pure skill. I will be inputting these rules soon.
The quick game for little time. I will be inputting these rules soon.
Official nine-wicket American rules (USCA)
The official backyard version santioned by the United States Croquet Association
Official six-wicket American rules (USCA)
The yankee version of the six-wickets endorsed by the United States Croquet Association
Official six-wicket International rules (CA)
The most widely played game around the world. Rules from the Croquet Association.
Supposedly a good game for beginners to play. Rules fromthe Croquet Association.
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Do you have a different version of croquet that you play?
Or how about some ideas to make the game more interesting?