Alas, we have reached the end of our sweet list of perfect table shuffleboard games to play. So far, we have introduced and broken down Knock Off, Crazy Eights, Horse Collar and our personal favorite Target Shuffleboard. Our last recommended shuffleboard table game to try is Tap & Draw Shuffleboard.
Tap & Draw shuffleboard adds some extra challenge to classic games but is played and scored in a similar way. The exception to that is the players who get to slide the first puck have the advantage as you can actually move your own weight farther along the board by tapping it with another puck. The objective is to slide your pucks as far as you can without knocking any off. You also have to be careful not to hit anyone else’s pucks, because if you do your puck is removed and their puck is put in the highest point position (either back where it was or in the higher spot you tapped it to).
For scoring in the tap & draw shuffleboard game only the player or team whose puck is the closest to the end of the board scores in each round. Pucks that are beyond your opponent's farthest weight count towards your score. Any weight between the foul line and the 2-point line scores 1 point. A weight that is across the 2 or 3 line counts for the number of points designated. Weights must be completely over the line to count as the higher value. Weights that are hanging over the end of the board are called ‘hangers’ and worth 4 points.
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