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A player choosing to sacrifice their turn (usually in a frivolous manner) instead of playing a valid and beneficial move is said to be "farkling". The derivation of this word is unknown.

In recent years, the term 'farkle' has come to mean a specialised kind of pass, where the player does not move, but performs a number of actions which affect the state of the game in a small (but sometimes significant) manner.


A Farkle performed during a Parks and Greens Cascade is properly referred to as a Parkle


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Edited January 10, 2005 11:38 pm by Dunx (diff)