rules of the game onetootry .pdf
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Onetootry, the new bocce
3 balls of 1 point, 2 points and 3 points !
Rules of the game onetootry (restricted rules)
Rules of the game of " onetootry" are the same as standard rules of classic Petanque with the exception of the
Each player uses three balls of three different values:
One ball to value 1 (1 point)
One ball to value 2 (2 points)
One ball to value 3 (3 points)
At each ball launch, the player is free to choose (with or without consultation with his teammates) the ball
value among those at its available.
In the run end, the team, which is closest to the goal, scores as many points as the accumulated value of his
balls which are in better position than the first ball of opponent.
A round is won by the team or the player (singles) that meets or exceeds 27 points.
In triples, in each team, each of the three players uses a different combination of balls value:
player 1* uses a ball of 1 point and a ball of 2 points, player 2* uses a ball of 1 point and a ball of 3
points, player 3* uses a ball of 1 point and a ball of 3 points.
* This number does not match at a playing sequence which is free within each team.
At any time, players cannot exchange their balls, and in triples, the three players from each team keeps the
same combinations of two balls to the end of each run.
When two balls belonging to opposing teams are equidistant from the goal (or touches it):
The higher value ball is considered the closest. If both balls are the same values, they cancel each
other: they are not deemed to be placed * and are not counted.
This applies both so to the scoring run end of the game either to determine that, during the run,
which team should play. If an equal position and value occurs early in the run (only one ball of each
team on the ground), it is at the team that played first to start again.
*These balls, which are not considered to placed until when they are equidistant from the goal, are
kept in the game until the end of the run however. Their relative position to the goal can possibly be
changed by new throws and, unless new equality, then reconsidered as they are placed.
When the goal is out and there are still balls to one team:
this team scores as many points she still holds.
For all other cases, it is the standard rules of classic Petanque which apply.
Onetootry, the new bocce - Jean-Yves BOULAY 2011-2020©