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Traditional rules in the games
Posted: Tue Nov 28, 2017 4:13 am
Rules are provided free of charge to promote the play of traditional game playing. They are designed to be friendly but comprehensive. The game is interesting when we play by following the rules of the game.
Re: Traditional rules in the games
Posted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 10:29 am
I think traditional rules are provided free of charge to promote the play of traditional game playing. They are designed to be friendly but also comprehensive.
another that the free rules provided by Masters Games are for friendly play only and do not constitute any kind of formal authority. For many traditional games, this is about the best that can be achieved because sports like Quoits, Skittles and Fives have never developed formal rules beyond those laid down by local leagues or individual pubs and societies. However, a number of traditional games have developed fully fledged global amateur and sometimes professional organisations who, by their very nature, aim to regulate the pastime in question. In the cases of games such as these, there is little point in Masters Games writing up unofficial rules when generally accepted official rules are readily available on the Internet.ref:https://www.myessayforcheap.com