# Tagged Questions

Like a miniature version of pool, in carrom (2-4 players, 60 minutes) players use their fingers to flick the striker at the carrom-men in a race to sink all the men of their color and finally the red queen.

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### Striking opponent carrom men directly to pot our coin

In carrom let's say I have my black coin near the pot but there is a white coin which is blocking it from my strike. Can I pot my black coin striking on the white coin? More like cannon
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### What happens if I pocket both players' last C/m and the Striker in one shot? [duplicate]

Suppose I pot the last red C/m, the last white C/m and the Striker together. The Queen isn't on the board. Is that a win for me or do I return the C/m with a penalty?
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### While covering the Queen, if a player pockets the last C/m of his own together with the striker

While covering the Queen, if a player pockets the last C/m of his own together with the striker then will game continues with placing a penalty or it will be a win?
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### Can I strike backward directly?

I am an amateur player of carrom and I have seen in tournaments players striking backward their striker to pocket the coins behind the hand. Is this allowed?
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### If Queen covered with opponent coin and both players have coins to pocket, Queen will be recovered? [duplicate]

In carrom, if the Queen pocketed, while covering, covered with opponent coin by mistake(both players have coins remaining on the board), will the Queen belongs to opponent or recovered to place on ...
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### In carrom, what if a player pocket the last piece of other player, while queen still on the board? [duplicate]

One player pocket the black piece of other player while the queen is still on the board. Does the other player whose black piece was being pocketed by other player wins? If so, then by how many ...
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### Pocketing the last coin and the striker at the same time

Only one black (mine) and one white (opponent's) coin are on the board. (All the other coins and the queen have been pocketed) I pocket my black coin, but accidentally also pocket the striker. Who ...
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### What happens in these end-game situations?

This is intended to be a canonical question regarding possible endings of the game. For each question, assume a single proper strike was made, and note where an improper strike would change the game ...
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### What happens if I pocket a C/m but accidentally touch a C/m on the table?

While playing Carrom I placed my strike and pocketed my C/m. Mistakenly, my finger touched my opponent's C/m. Do I play on, or is this a Foul?
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### What if the queen is pocketed along with all remaining carrommen?

Whilst playing carrom, if only one piece is remaining of each player, e.g. one white and one black and a queen, and I pot a queen, what happens in the following scenario: While covering the queen ...
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### Can I pocket and cover the Queen in a single strike and win?

If I pocket my last C/m and the Queen in a single strike, is this a win or a lose or do you put the pieces in the center again?
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### What happens if the Queen and the striker are pocketed together and there are no other pieces on the board?

The case seems a bit complicated. The Queen is the only piece remaining on the board. All Men are pocketed. Both the Queen and the striker got pocketed in the same pot. What should happen then? ...
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### If I pocket my man and the queen in a single strike, is the queen covered?

Suppose there are 3 coins remaining on the board: one man of each colour and the queen. If, in a single strike, I pocket my man followed by the queen, have I covered the queen?