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Rules to play 3 Ball Pool
3 Ball Rules. 3 Ball is played on a typical six-pocket billiard table.. Maximum output with some simple thoughts...
Keeping score
Like the otherwise dissimilar (one shot per turn) several player pool game killer (also known as elimination), three ball is scored on a chalk board or piece of paper to keep track of who has how many points. Because of three balls backwards scoring (compared to other games, which typically have the more points are better scoring that most people are used to), it is customary to help keep score accurately by one or more players intoning the score so far after each shot, in the form thats [x], shooting [x+1] (e.g. thats three, shooting four; note the absence of for after shooting, since it is a potentially confusing homophone of four), or something similar.[citation needed] In the absence of this mechanism or an official scorekeeper, one would have to write down the score so far after every shot, which is disruptive of flow and concentration for the shooter, if required to do it, or onerous for other players to be responsible for. Verbal calling also eliminates score cheating.)


Called
History
Ball Call Shot
Continue shooting
Team Play
Instant loss
Tally everyones score
Variants
Object
Money pocket
Shoot three rounds total
Ball Technique
Ball Rack
Next person in line
Ball Scoring
Training
Ball Money Pocket
Rack the balls for the first shooter
Winning
Tie


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