The pins are placed in a certain formation. For the first game, the throwing order is drawn. In following
games, the throwing order is formed according to the previous game results from
lowest to highest score. A throwing line is drawn about 3-4 metres away from
the pin formation (see picture 2). Players take turns in scorekeeping
(see “Ending the game”).
Beginning the game:
First player throws at the grouping and tries to knock over pins. You can either throw or kick the ball.
A pin is not considered fallen if it is leaning on another pin. After a throw, fallen pins are put upright at the place where
they fell by other players.
If one pin falls, the score is the number on the pin. When more than one fall,
the score is the number of fallen pins.
Ending the game:
If a player misses (has no score) three times in a row, he/she is out of game
and acts as the scorekeeper. The game ends when the first player reaches
exactly 50 points. If one scores over 50, that players score is lowered to 25.