There is one exception to this rule: only 15 hazards in a row may be played, after which a cannon is needed to continue the break.
Eight-ball is a poolgame popular in much of the world, and the subject of international ... the rules for eight-ball may be the most contested of any billiard game.
Effective January 1, 2006. These general rules apply to all pocket billiard games, UNLESS specifically noted to the contrary in the individual game rules.
General Rules; Nine Ball Rules; Eight Ball Rules; 14.1 Continuous Pool Rules; Black Ball Rules; Fouls; Rules/Regulations for Wheelchair Competition ...
Snooker was originated from the game of Billiards; it was introduced in the early 1340's. Both games are very similar in terms of rules; they are both played with ...
The following is the general pool rules. Also available are rules for: 8-Ball, 9-Ball, 14.1 Continuous and Snooker. 1. TABLES, BALLS, EQUIPMENT. All games ...
These simplified rules are for you to get started and be able to enjoy a game. Scoring. Billiards is played with 3 balls, a red, white and yellow. Each player has ...
Billiards and Snooker Rules. Old English table games Snooker and Billiards - comprehensive instructions for friendly play.
This rule prevents a player from making intentional fouls which would put an .... by these additional rules the GENERAL RULES OF POCKET BILLIARDS apply.
Founded in 2002, the UPA is the collective effort of male professionals governing themselves within the Billiard Industry. The UPA is comprised of the best pool ...