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    How To Play Quidditch In Real Life

    Mudbloods: A film about Quidditch, explains the rules of the game that all started in the Wizarding World.

    According to Mudbloods, a new documentary about how muggles play Quidditch in real life, the rules of the game are adapted from the Harry Potter books and films.

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    Players who wear white headbands are chasers.

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    Black headbands are beaters.

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    And green headbands signify keepers.

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    One way to score points in Quidditch is for the chaser to put the Quaffle through one of the three hoops on the field.

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    Players are allowed to score using any of the hoops from either side.

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    This earns your team 10 points each time the Quaffle is put through a hoop.

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    Since Quidditch is a full contact sport, "players can do one-handed tackles, but anything from behind or over the shoulder is not allowed."

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    Sounds easy enough.

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    Here's a clip you can watch from the Mudbloods film:

    Learn more about Quidditch and Mudbloods, which is available for digital download on iTunes and at mudbloodsmovie.com.

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