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It remains in hand until the player strikes the cue ball with the tip of the cue or a foul is committed while the ball is on the table. General A piece of specially processed leather or other fibrous or pliable material attached to the shaft end of the cue that contacts the cue ball when a shot is executed.
General The cloth-covered rubber which borders the inside of the rails on carom and pocket billiard tables; together the cushions form the outer perimeter of the basic playing surface.
Pocket games A shot in which the cue ball contacts the object ball to one side or the other of full center, thus driving it in a direction other than that of the initial cue ball path.
Snooker An area, semi-circular in shape, with the straight side formed by the line drawn between the spot for the yellow and the spot for the green measured 29 inches out from the face of the bottom cushion sometimes referred to as the baulk line and the semi-circle is determined by the size of the table being used.
Pocket games A shot in which a dead ball stroke is employed; often called a kill shot , because of the relative lack of cue ball motion after contact with the object ball.
General Inlays or markings on the table rails that are used as reference or target points. The diamonds are essential for the utilization of numerous mathematical systems employed by carom and pocket games players.
General A shot in which the cue ball is struck below center, and the resulting back spin causes the cue ball to return towards the player after full contact with an object ball.
Pocket games Type of pockets with no automatic return of the balls to the foot end of the table; balls must be removed manually.
General A tournament format in which a player is not eliminated until he has sustained two match losses.
General A shot on which the cue ball is struck twice by the cue tip on the same stroke. General A tournament format in which each contestant in a field plays each of the other players twice.
General A shot in which the cue ball barely touches or grazes the object ball; an extremely thin cut. General A piece of protective material usually plastic, horn or metal at the end of the cue shaft, onto which the cue tip is attached.
General A shot in which the cue ball is struck above center and the resulting forward spin causes the cue ball to roll forward after contact with an object ball.
General The movement of the cue after contact with the cue ball through the area previously occupied by the cue ball.
General The end of a carom or pocket billiard table at which the balls are racked or positioned at the start of a game.
General The point on the foot end of the table where imaginary lines drawn between the center diamonds of the short rails and the second diamonds of the long rails intersect.
General A line on the foot end of the table between the second diamonds of the long rails, passing through the foot spot.
The foot string is never drawn on the table, and has no use in play. General The power applied on the stroke to the cue ball, which may result in distortion and altering of natural angles and action of the ball.
General A shot with extreme follow, usually directly at and then "through" an object ball. General A follow shot with extreme overspin applied to the cue ball, with the term generally used in reference to shots in which the cue ball is shot directly at and then "through" an object ball, with a pronounced hesitation or stop before the overspin propels the cue ball forward in the general direction of the stroke.
General An infraction of the rules of play, as defined in either the general or the specific game rules. Not all rule infractions are fouls.
Fouls result in a penalty, also dependent on specific game rules. Snooker After a foul, if the cue ball is snookered, the referee shall state "Free Ball.
Pocket games An opening break shot in which a wide spread of the object balls may be achieved without penalty or risk.
Free breaks are detailed in individual games rules. General Contact of the cue ball with an object ball at a contact point on a line bisecting the centers of the cue ball and object ball.
The course of play that starts when the referee has finished racking the balls, and ends at the conclusion of a legal shot which pockets the last required ball.
In General The ball which, if pocketed legally, would produce victory in a game. Carom games A shot on which appropriate technique and speed are employed to drive one or more balls away from the other s in such a manner that when the stroke is complete, the balls have come back together closely enough to present a comparatively easy scoring opportunity for the next shot.
Pocket games A table with pockets and a return system that delivers the balls as they are pocketed to a collection bin on the foot end of the table.
General The end of a carom or pocket billiard table from which the opening break is performed; the end normally marked with the manufacturer's nameplate.
General The point on the head of the table where imaginary lines drawn between the center diamonds of the short rails and the second diamonds of the long rails intersect.
General A line on the head end of the table between the second diamonds of the long rails, passing through the head spot.
General English which stops the cue ball from continuing the course of natural roll it would take after having been driven in a certain direction.
General A turn at the table by a player, and which may last for several racks in some pocket games. Pocket games See cue ball in hand behind the head string.
Snooker A losing hazard; that is, when the cue ball enters a pocket. The snooker equivalent of a scratch.
Pocket games The slanted part of the cushion that is cut at an angle to form the opening from the bed of the table into the pocket.
Pocket games Generally refers to a ball that fails to drop because it bounces back and forth against the jaws of a pocket. General On two-piece cues, the screw-and-thread device, approximately midway in the cue, that permits it to be broken down into two separate sections.
General A shot in which the cue ball or object ball is caused to rise off the bed of the table. General A ball that has left and remained off the playing surface as the result of a stroke; a ball that is stroked in a manner which causes it to jump over another ball.
General A shot in which the cue ball banks off a cushion s prior to making contact with an object ball or scoring.
Pocket games A shot in which more than one contact with object balls is made by the cue ball; for example, the cue ball might kiss from one object ball into another to score the latter ball.
Shots in which object balls carom off one or more other object balls to be pocketed. Also called carom shots. Pocket games A slang term used to describe the area of the table between the head string and the cushion on the head end of the table.
Also called the area above the head string. Die Regeln:. Für viele ist 8-Ball die Billarddisziplin schlechthin. Wenn Hobbyspieler mit Poolbillard in Berührung kommen, dann meisten über 8-Ball.
D ie Regeln:. Trifft er nach der niedrigsten Kugel die "9" und versenkt diese dadurch, hat er ebenfalls gewonnen, auch wenn dies nicht geplant war.
In den Ligaspielen wird auf bis zu Punkte Oberliga gespielt. Hier setzt sich nur durch, wer sich dauerhaft konzentrieren und strategisch denken kann.
Im Grunde ist es eine Variante des 9-Ball, nur dass die Kugeln angesagt werden müssen, d.