When playing indoor or table shuffleboard, the player with his weight closest to the end of the other side of the table and over the foul line scores points for that round. Players can score one to four points depending on how close to the edge their weights land.
For singles games of table shuffleboard, the first player to score 11 points wins, while doubles games generally go up to 22 points. Each player gets four weights for each round of play. If weights do not go past the foul line, they are removed from the playing area. Players can also attempt to knock their opponent's weights out of play.