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Posted in fun by anaumov on 25.10.2009

Hi guys!

kicker (openSUSE Conference)I want to tell you something about an excellent game “kicker”. For me it’s more then a game… Now it’s already like a hobby %)

For me this game associates with Germany and SUSE Linux where I play with another employees. We play kicker almost every day. It’s a fine possibility to distract from work of minutes on 20 and to have fun with friends.

Kicker is often played for fun in pubs, bars, workplaces, schools, and clubs with few rules. Kicker is also played in official competitions organized by a number of national organizations, with highly evolved rules and regulations.

To begin the game, the ball is served through a hole at the side of the table, or simply placed by hand at the feet of a figure in the center of the table. The initial serving side is decided with by coin toss. Players attempt to use figures mounted on rotating bars to kick the ball into the opposing goal.

The winner is determined when one team has ten goals.

Kicker can be played with four people in “doubles” style, in which there are teams of two people on either side. In this scenario, one player can control the two defensive rows and the other team member uses the midfield and attack rows. Usually players of one command change the places if this command has 5/10 goals.

I hope, now you know something about in what we are engaged during free time from work %)


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  1. kickerterminater said, on 26.10.2009 at 11:56

    Thats great, maaaan! i know what u mean. awesome!! 🙂

  2. kickermasterfromhell said, on 26.10.2009 at 12:31

    YEAH MAAAAAAAN thats really GREAT 🙂

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