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Rules to play Knife Throwing
Rules to play Knife Throwing. Maximum output with some simple thoughts...
Throwers may lean in, but the throwers feet after follow through must remain behind the minimum mark for each distance; if any part of a throwers foot crosses the line the knife hawk will not count, and may not be re thrown. Knives hawks will be scored as they stick they will not be moved or straightened for scoring. Only knives hawks sticking point first in the face of a target at the time of scoring are counted; knives hawks that fall out before scoring do not count. Scoring is as follows Five points for the bulls eye of 10 centimeters, four points for the ring of 20 centimeters, three points for the ring of 30 centimeters, two points for the ring of 40 centimeters, and one point for the outer ring of 50 centimeters. If the point of the knife hawk is not in the face of the target, even if the blade of the knife cleaves the edge of the circle, it does not count. The state or country representative present is the final arbiter of the score of a knife hawk. Instances where the call seems to be a toss up should be decided in favor of the thrower.