tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5891620983719148667.post476610541599379503..comments2014-06-11T06:15:34.263-07:00Comments on Squareball: Scoringnatehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/18136950482897273105noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5891620983719148667.post-56635068964119510272010-04-12T16:13:50.926-07:002010-04-12T16:13:50.926-07:00Jeremy,
1. I'll need to draw a chart to answe...Jeremy,<br /><br />1. I'll need to draw a chart to answer this question. I will post it soon.<br /><br />2. It would be 3+3. The only time you get points for having more balls in the square is when your opponent entirely misses the square. It doesn't happen often unless you are playing with a three year old or my brother Jake :)<br /><br />Please let us know if you have any further questions.natehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/18136950482897273105noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5891620983719148667.post-73290314536812892892010-04-12T15:38:49.067-07:002010-04-12T15:38:49.067-07:00Love what you've got going here, guys!
I have...Love what you've got going here, guys!<br /><br />I have some scoring questions...<br /><br />1. Let's say White makes a big Triangle that surrounds 3 black balls. That'd be worth 9, right? Or are there other points being added? I saw someplace on this site that 15 would be the max score for a round... is that true?<br /><br />That's it for now! I'm sure I'll be back with more!<br /><br />2. White makes a Triangle that surrounds 2 black balls, the other is out of the square. Is that 3+3 or 3+3+1 for the extra white ball in the square?Jeremyhttp://www.outdoorgameplayers.comnoreply@blogger.com