Hi I would like to find out about any marble shows in our four states area. Ar. Tx. Ok. La. or somewhere in the neiborhood. You can e-mail me at. (TheChristalls [at] worldnet [dot] att [dot] net} Thanks C.Christall
Have any of you heard of a marbles game called Tennessee Nine? My father and his brothers, cousins and nephews still play this. His father and grandfather also played. I was wondering if it is documented anywhere, a rule book etc.
We used to call the ones bigger than an inch ‘Emperors’.
Jan, A ‘big’ marble is often called a shooter (or boulder). “Shooters,” in the official tournament rules, must not be larger than six-eighth’s inch in diameter, although most children who played neighborhood games used marbles from seven-eighths to one inch in size for their shooters. The term “boulder” usually referred to the larger sizes of one inch or bigger–but these are often difficult to knuckle down with, for a kid with with small hands.
This is a marble game I played as a kid in Germany. We called it Poison. Poison
Hello, I just had a question. Is there a tournament in Brazil for marbles? Do they sell glow in the dark marbles? Is there a wholesaler I can do business? If so what is the email address? Thank you for your help.
What does it mean “To pick the Black Marble”?