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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_billiards

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. If only the red ball is on the table at the start of the break (meaning a cannon cannot be made), then after 15 hazards the opponent's ball must be placed on the ...

bca-pool.com/general/custom.asp?page=55

Effective January 1, 2006. These general rules apply to all pocket billiard games, UNLESS specifically noted to the contrary in the individual game rules. To facilitate the use and understanding of these general rules, terms that may require definition are set in italics so that the reader may refer to the Glossary of Billiard ...

bca-pool.com/?page=54

Please direct questions regarding interpretation of the following, or information on how to receive the current BCA Billiards - The Official Rules and Records Book to the Billiard Congress of America. The official BCA rule book, which was updated in January 2011, is available for purchase online at the BCA Store.

www.billiardworld.com/rls_gen.htm

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 two people and use the same white cue ball. Snooker to billiards has become one of the nation's most popular watched and participation sports. These general  ...

www.englishbilliards.org/simplifiedRules

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 their own cue ball (one white one yellow). There are three ways to score: In-offs, pots or cannons. In-offs occur when your cue ball hits one or more balls and then  ...

www.mastersofgames.com/rules/billiards-snooker-rules.htm

Billiards and Snooker Rules. Old English table games Snooker and Billiards - comprehensive instructions for friendly play.

uunions.umich.edu/billiards/article/general-pool-rules

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 described in these rules are designed for tables, balls and equipment meeting the standards prescribed in the BCA Equipment Specifications . 2. RACKING THE ...

www.tommyguns.ca/official-rules-of-pool.html

POKER POOL RULES Except when clearly contradicted by these additional rules the GENERAL RULES OF POCKET BILLIARDS apply. TYPE OF GAME Poker Pool is a game that uses the skill of pool with the luck of the cards to create a game that requires different strategies each time you play. PLAYERS Two or more ...

www.rulesofsport.com/sports/billiards.html

Billiards Rules. Billiards (in this case referring to English Billiards) is a game that is popular not just in England but around the world thanks to its popularity during the time of the British Empire. Billiards is a cue sport that is played by two players and utilises one object ball (red) and two cue balls (yellow and white).