What’s in a game?

I am a French reader of The Connexion. Thank you for a high-quality newspaper. One point to make on the article Make sense: of French boules games (Connexion, April 2018).

A “triplette” is not a set of three boules but “three players against three, with two boules each. There is also “doublette”, for two players against two, with three boules each.

Daniel FOURCADE, by email


Editor’s note: Thank you for the feedback! We have double checked and triplette may refer both to your definition and to a set of three boules

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