PILOTA VALENCIANA (Valencian ball game)

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(Valencian ball game) Outfit. Cause. Pilota Valenciana or Valencian ... that they may be hit by the ball and along these lines turn into an (unwilling) some portion of the diversion. ...

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PILOTA VALENCIANA (Valencian ball game)

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ORIGIN Pilota Valenciana or Valencian pilota ( pilota implies ball in Valencian ) is a customary handball brandish played in the Valencian Community. Rules varieties inside the non specific Pilota Valenciana classification are visit from zone to range however the normal quality is that the ball is hit with an uncovered, or practically exposed, hand (just some negligible insurance is connected in a few renditions of the game). The general lead includes two groups produced using two up to five players each (the numbers rely on upon the specific variant played). Astoundingly, individual matches are additionally played (for the most part in Escala i corda and Raspall ) between the most prestigious players. The second trademark being that it is not played against a divider. Rather, comparatively to present day tennis, two people or groups are put eye to eye isolated either by a line on the ground or a net. A particular quality of Valencian pilota is that the onlookers are regularly situated or standing near the court which implies that they might be hit by the ball and along these lines turn into an (unwilling) part of the diversion.

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Pilota valenciana played in the road

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0. Pilota valenciana played in a " Trinquet "

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HISTORY Valencian pilota game was said in the sixteenth century by the humanist Joan Lluís Vives , who contrasted this amusement and jeu de paume in his Dialogs and guaranteed them to be precisely the same in spite of some minor contrasts. Being played by low-class individuals and high-class nobles, Valencian pilota was extremely prominent: On June 14, 1391 the Valencia City Council unproductively restrict it to be played in the city, yet this brought on the development of trinquets ( courtfields ), there were upwards of 13 just in that city in the sixteenth century. Later on, nobles deserted the handball game for "cleaner" games thus pilota turned into the property of the center and lower classes, which prompted to the presence of the main expert players and the ascent of betting and test matches.

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Glove Balls