Sjoelen (pronounced "shoo-lun") is a traditional Dutch variant of shufflepuck. It is played on a wooden board with four compartments at the back. The aim is to slide 30 wooden pucks ("stones") into the compartments in three rounds. After each round, the stones left on the board are collected for the next. The four compartments are good for 2, 3, 4, and 1 point, respectively. One stone in each compartment yields a bonus of 10 points, so it pays to try and distribute the stones evenly.
This game is played by Dutch people of all ages, from "old enough not to try and eat the pucks" to "young enough to stand losing from your grand children". Why don't you join in and try your aim?