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Anyone who’s visited an arcade has at least seen Skee-Ball. It’s been a staple of game rooms for over four decades. The game has undergone very little change over the years and continues to pop up in game rooms and bars everywhere in its original form.
But despite its popularity, even those who play Skee-Ball often aren’t well-versed in its history or official rules. And although it offers tons of fun, it requires quite a bit of skill and dexterity to win.
Here’s a detailed introduction to this fun and addictive arcade game, with enough background information to confidently toss your next Skee-Ball.
Where Does Skee-Ball Get Its Name from?
The game’s inventor, Joseph Fourestier, is responsible for coming up with its unusual and memorable name. Fourestier’s original Skee-Ball invention was patented back in 1908. Once everything was in order, he hired a company called Skee-Ball Alley to oversee the distribution
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When the chalk finally settled, who came out on top? Here are some of the world’s most decorated pool players; many argue that any one of these could be in the running for the greatest player of all time.
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