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In polo, what is a period of play called?

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In polo, what is a period of play called?
posted Feb 16, 2017 by Durga Prasad

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Chukkers

A polo match is approximately one and one-half hours long and is divided into seven-minute time periods called chukkers. There are six chukkers in a high-goal match. Breaks between chukkers are three minutes long, with a 15-minute halftime.

answer Feb 23, 2017 by Deepa
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