Crokinole is a Canadian game invented in the 1870s and it's a fantastic game whether played seriously or just for fun. Points are scored by flicking disks as near to the central hole as possible. The added twist that makes Crokinole so engrossing is that your disk must move the disk last flicked by your opponent. We have the only full-size, full-specification Crokinole boards in the UK.
Note from James Masters, owner of Masters Traditional Games: Crokinole is one of my favourite table games and my Crokinole board is often brought out after dinner to play with friends. Importing these full-size, high quality Crokinole boards with their beautifully smooth playing surface from Canada is quite an undertaking but certainly worth it. I hope you enjoy the game as much as I do.
This Jaques Crokinole game comes with 30 stained wooden disks.
We have a few spare sets of wooden Crokinole disks. Note that these Crokinole pieces are only suitable for full-size boards and will not fit the smaller Jaques Crokinole. Sorry but we do not have red or green Crokinole discs any longer.
Full-size hand-made round Crokinole Board from Canada. An astonishingly great game and a board that is used at the Crokinole World Championships. The round boards are also hand-made by the same craftshop as our Octagonal boards but in a more modern, p...
Crokinole stands are made of solid pine and cut to fit our Canadian round and octagonal crokinole boards. They will probably fit other boards but we cannot guarantee it. Requires assembly (4 screws). Please note that the stand is supplied unvarnished ...
Full-size hand-made Octagonal Crokinole Board from Canada. Beautiful board and an astonishingly great game. At Masters Traditional Games, we specialise in quality games and our Octagonal Crokinole boards exemplify this in every way. Imported from...
Americans and Canadians argue over the descent of Crokinole. The balance of the argument though is that the game originated in Canada. The oldest American Crokinole board has a patent number dated 1880 although the patent looks somewhat dubious as the official record hasn't been found... By contrast the oldest claimed Crokinole board is held by the Joseph Schneider Haus Museum in Ontario and which is dated 1876.
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