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Kubb Raising Part III - Q&A

Posted by Josh Feathers & Chris Hodges on Tuesday, March 19, 2013, In : Advanced Rules 

hey josh. i read your article (http://desmoineskubb.com/blog/kubb-rules-breakdown-1-the-kubbadox) and funny enough, we just postet an article on www.baselcitykubb.ch with the same problem, but a very different idea. i try to translate the two basic-rules to enlish, but i need help of a friend. but it would be nice, if you could comment on our rule (i think it's by far the best). The Article can be found here (http://baselcitykubb.ch/?p=899), i'll soon add a translation.

 

best wishes, Samue...


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On Footprints, Kubbadoxes, and the Golden Rules

Posted by Josh Feathers on Wednesday, March 6, 2013, In : Advanced Rules 

Kubb raising is by far the most complex phase of kubb, and I would put it up against any other sport in its elaboration and involvement. A mosaic of timing, reviewing, checking for state-based consequential variables, with fluctuating counter-checks and triggers.

It reminds me of a strategic board game, or a complex customizable card game….the ...


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Refining the Ruleset of U.S. Kubb

Posted by Melissa Walker on Friday, January 18, 2013, In : Advanced Rules 

One of the most talked about things in the world of kubb this year is likely to be the rule changes handed down from the U.S. National Kubb Championship.

The biggest change, which Eric Anderson, organizer of U.S. National Kubb, described as “significant” is the decision to legally allow a baton to travel at 45 degrees off vertical as opposed to 10 degrees before.“This matches the World Championship rules and rules in a host of other countries, as well,” he said. “I say ‘legally...


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