Shuffleboard is competitive but friendly – and you meet people Photos by Kathleen Prokop / The Valley ChronicleShuffleboard teams from Hemet West and Seven Hills Green Teams played a spirited match the day the Valley Chronicle visited. ■ Kathleen Prokop / Contributed Hemet is known as Shuffleboard Heaven. The city has so many indoor boards, 25 in fact, that anyone who plays says it’s like being in heaven! At one time, there were over 2,000 players here. The type of shuffleboard played in Hemet is called deck, or floor shuffleboard. League play starts in October and ends in March. The game isn’t quite as popular today as it once was, but
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