How To Play
After setting up the ring toss game and choosing the “toss line” (a line from which all players must Players take turns tossing the rings), players take turns tossing their rope rings in attempt to get them onto the pegs.
Ring toss is played up to 21 points. A ringer is when a ring is thrown onto a peg or stake. Ringers count for three points. If a player gets two rings on the same peg, that is a double ringer and counts for six points. When players do not make any ringers, the ring closest to a peg gets one point. If two players both make ringers on the same peg, they cancel each other and no points are scored.
We call games “giant” when they are really REALLY big. We call them “jumbo” when they are just a little bit oversized. The jumbo ring toss comes in two solid wood pieces, that cross to form the 3′ base, and five coloured pegs that stand about 2′ high. There are four rope rings at approximately 8″ in diameter.
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