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Carrom is a popular indoor game, believed to have originated in India in the 18th century. Widely played across the Indian subcontinent, Carrom requires a good sense of angles and superlative precision and concentration. Before it was played, mainly by children and women, for fun, but now it is played competitively in an organized way. Carrom is played on a square polished plywood board with a hard plastic striker and small circular wooden pieces called carrom men. The basic objective of the carrom is to use the striker with a flick of the finger to get the carrom men to any of the four corner pockets. The game is all about pocketing the carrom men and queen before your opponent, and getting maximum points to win. Learn more about this game and its laws by reading further. Carrom is played in singles or doubles in men's and women's categories. In fact, this is one of those few board games where doubles are allowed. Unlike other indoor games, there are no mixed doubles teams. Obviously, the maximum team size is two when playing a game. The board is designed with a decorated circle in the center, baselines on all four sides, and arrows pointing to net holes located in all four corners. There are circles at the end of each base line called the base circle. The carrom men are arranged inside the circle in the center and hit with the hammer.