Paul Lamond's Perudo Championships return with all new format

Robert Hutchins

By Robert Hutchins

October 18th 2017 at 7:03AM
UPDATED October 18th 2017 at 11:23AM
Paul Lamond's Perudo Championships return with all new format

This November, 120 of the world’s most skillful Perudo players will battle it out in London in an attempt to be named World Perudo Champion 2017.

Paul Lamond Games is preparing to host its annual Perudo Championships, this year with an altogether new championship format.

This November, 120 of the world’s most skillful Perudo players will battle it out in London in an attempt to be named World Perudo Champion 2017.

The 28th Perudo Championships to date, the event is set to be an international affair as players fly in from around the globe for their chance to be crowned champion.

Organised by Paul Lamond Games, the event will take place on Friday November 10th at the IET, Savoy Place, London where celebrity judge Konnie Huq will return to preside over proceedings.

120 players will compete over three rounds. The highest ranking players will progress to the semi-final stage and battle it out for one of the six highly sought-after final table places and the chance to become the Ultimate Champion of the Dice.

Richard Wells, managing director at Paul Lamond Games, said: “The Perudo Championship has always been a landmark event in the board games calendar but this year we have taken it to another level due to the commitment and demand from the players.

“Not only is Perudo being played in more homes, bars and universities throughout the UK than ever before, the liar dice game is extremely popular with celebrities across the globe.”