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The basic rules of table tennis cover issues regarding table tennis equipment, playing the game and scoring. The rules have been set by the International Table Tennis Federation. More »

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There are many regional rule variants for mahjong, but the general rules are similar to those of rummy. The objective is to create sets of tiles that are worth varying amounts of points. More »

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Rummoli is a card game for two to six players that requires a rummoli board, a standard deck of cards without the jokers and markers for placing bets. The objective is to win the most markers. More »

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In table shuffleboard, teams receive points after each frame for each puck that remains inside a scoring zone, explains Shuffleboard.net. The puck must be inside a zone to get the points for that zone. If it is on the li... More »

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A table tennis table is 9 feet long, 5 feet wide and 2 feet 6 inches high, according to the International Table Tennis Federation. The net is 6 feet long and 6 inches high. More »

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As regulated by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF), the table in the game of table tennis is 9 feet long, 5 feet wide and 30 inches high. The table is divided into two halves by a 6-inch-high net. More »

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The equipment used in table tennis consists of a ball, a racket, a net and a table, which is also commonly referred to as a court. The court consists of one half of the playing surface separated from the other half by a ... More »

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