Harley Hustlers
Tournaments

Harley Hustlers Tournament Rules
:IMPORTANT RULE CHANGE: 
Previously the rule on hanging 8 balls was both players had to double bank 8 in whatever pocket it was hung in. We are revising that rule to conform more with the actual situation the Game calls for.There will be a few examples below to hopefully make understanding this easier. 
1. If your playing Last Pocket and player 1 gets to 8 ball first and calls Bottom Left as his LP and makes an attempt at that pocket and 8 settles in pocket but does not fall, Now your shot and you have balls left before 8 but you get to 8 ball, Only YOU will have to double bank 8 into that pocket, your opponent may shoot it straight in. 
2. If the 8 ball is stuck in a pocket that is niether yours or your opponents pocket in any Game that requires a certain pocket, then both will double bank into the pocket it is stuck in.
3. We do not think the player that attempted a shot into his or hers last pocket should be penalized for a good attempt, so in fairness to the opponent, they will double bank into the pocket the 8 is stuck in and the other player can shoot it as called for in the specific game you are playing.


10 Shot

  • All games to be played on PROTECTED & TRAINING tables. First listed invites and shoots first.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD.
  • Break counts as 1 shot. You may shoot any ball on the table including the 8 ball. Your turn ends after you have shot 10 times. At the end of your turn count up the balls you have pocketed.
  • As you shoot, your opponent is to type the shot count after each shot so there is no confusion or contention over the shots.
  • If you scratch at any time keep shooting. No BIH, cue must be placed on center of yellow line.
  • The winner is the person with the most balls potted. In case of a draw at the end of 10 shots, play another 5 shots each until a winner has been decided. There is no ball in hand, if you move the ball your turn is over.
  • Any ball made on a scratch shot DOES count
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    2 vs 2 Bo3 Format

  • All games to be played on PROTECTED 8 Ball tables. First listed invites.
  • Player 1 plays Player 1 on other team.
  • Player 2 plays Player 2 on the other team.
  • If one team wins both games, they advance.
  • If both teams win a game, the winning players play a 3rd and deciding match.
  • The winning team advances.
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    4 Poster Bed

  • All games to be played on RATED & 10 MIN tables. First listed invites.
  • Played just like a Regular 8 game.
  • 8 Ball must be made in a corner pocket.
  • All Regular 8 rules apply.
  • No ball in hand unless Td has bih ok in spam.
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    Alphabet

  • Played as Regular 8, except all balls must be made in alphabetical order (the 8 ball is always last). First player to pot the 8 ball is the winner.
  • Game played on RATED & 10 MIN tables
  • First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • You must pot the balls in the following order (solids and stripes are the same order): Blue, green, orange, pink, purple, red, and yellow (alphabetical order), the 8 BALL is always last.
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    Anything Goes

  • This game is played on on RATED & 10 MIN tables.
  • Played like Regular 8 with one exception.
  • Anything the pool table allows, is allowed in this tourney.
  • Which include snookers/safeties, tapping and taking BIH(ball in hand), basically anything allowed in this game.
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    Bank Eight

  • Game is played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Game is played like regular 8 ball with one exception: player must bank the 8 ball into the called pocket.
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    Banks n Combos

  • Game is played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • All Shots are to be either a combo or a bank.
  • Game is played as normal but you need to combo (use 1 ball to hit another ball which goes in a pocket) or bank (play off of a rail ) ALL your shots
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    Bank Them All

  • Game is played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Play as Regular 8 ball with one exception: you MUST bank every shot. No cue ball banks are allowed.
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    Bank Robbery

  • Game is played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Game is played like regular 8 ball with one exception: no bank shots are allowed at any time by either the played ball or the cue.
  • If you bank you lose your turn unless your regular shot ball drops first.
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    Bar Room Brawl

  • Played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Regular 8-ball rules apply except: BIH can only be used as if it were a break shot... meaning you have to put cue, (white ball) to the left side of the break line and shoot only balls on the right side of break line. No BIH any other time.
  • No shooting balls behind the line after scratch.
  • If you scratch on your 8-ball shot, you lose.
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    Battle Of The Sexes

  • Game is played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • Game is played as regular 8 ball game.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD.8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Players are divided into two teams: Men and Women.
  • Each group plays a standard tourney format.
  • At the end of all matches, winner of Men’s Team plays the winner of the Women’s Team (Best of 3 Matches) for the title as Winner of the BoS Tourney.
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    Black n Blue

  • Games played on PROTECTED tables. First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Played like Regular 8 with one exception.
  • Where ever you make your Blue Ball at 8 must go in same pocket.
  • Once you make Blue Ball type at table the pocket you sank it in.
  • This is where 8 ball must be potted as well.
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    Call All Your Shots

  • Games played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD.8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Before you shoot, you must call which ball and which pocket you are trying for.
  • To call a shot, a player must name the color of the object ball and the desi#ff9900 pocket (i.e. #ff9900 BR = #ff9900 Bottom Right. Stripe/solid is irrelevant as you will only have one suit).
  • If you do not make your shot, but pocket another ball instead, you must tap cue ball,
  • Failure to do this will be a warning the first time, and the second time DQ.
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    Default Pocket

  • Games played on RATED & 10 MIN tables. First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • Game is played same as Regular 8.
  • When you get to 8 it must be potted in Top Middle pocket.
  • 8 ball in on break is a re-rack.
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    Double Elimination

  • Games played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • Game is played as ANYTHING TD chooses.
  • First listed invites second, and sits first.
  • Move cue ball at least 1 ball width on break. 8 ball in on break is a re-rack.
  • ALL Players must lose twice to be out of tourney SO if you lose once, DONT leave, YOU still have a chance of winning tourney
  • After first LOSS, you will be placed in LOWER bracket and play again until you LOSE second game.
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    Down the Middle

  • Game played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD.
  • All balls must be made in middle 2 pockets. If a ball goes into a corner pocket, player must tap cue (unless a ball goes into the middle pocket first).
  • 8 ball must be made in middle pocket as well.
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    First Pocket

  • Games played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Game is played like regular 8 ball with one exception: wherever you make your first ball is the pocket that the player must pot the 8 ball in.
  • Player is to type the pocket his or her first ball sunk in. For example: if player A first sunk ball in bm, player types at table bm for 8
  • If you scratch you lose your turn and opponent gets BIH and can be played from anywhere on the table.
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    Flawless

  • The aim of a "Flawless" tourney is to NOT make any mistakes whatsoever (SO DO NOT SCRATCH OR GIVE BIH) - you make a mistake and you lose!!!
  • If you lose by making a mistake then you must forfeit the game to your opponent do NOT continue to play out the game.
  • Play on protected rated tables.
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    Four Corners

  • Game played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • All balls must be made in corner pockets. If a ball goes into a center pocket, player must tap cue and give opponent BIH playable anywhere (unless a ball goes into the corner pocket as well).
  • A scratch give your opponent BIH playable anywhere, unless Td has nbih (no ball in hand) in tourney spam.
  • 8 ball can be made in ANY Corner.
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    Four Corners Twisted

  • This game is played on rated, protected Tables
  • Played like Regular four corners with one exception.
  • You must pot the 8 ball into either the Top middle or Bottom middle pockets.
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    High-Low

  • Game played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD.8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Solids or (low balls) must be pocketed in bottom three pockets and Stripes (high balls) to be potted in top three.
  • The 8 ball to be potted in any of the 3 pockets you have been shooting throughout game (i.e.: if you were solids, pot the 8 ball in one of the bottom 3 pockets).
  • If you pocket your ball in wrong pocket (Note: If you hit one of your object balls into the correct pocket, and also pocket one that is not in the right pockets, it still is a good shot...You continue shooting).
  • If you purposely shoot your balls in the wrong pockets you must tap cue on next shot to give opponent ball in hand (BIH) and they may then move the cue ball for their shot.
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    Last Pocket

  • Games played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Game is played like regular 8 ball with one exception: wherever you make your last ball is the pocket that you must pot the 8 ball in.
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    Men On Top

  • Game played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Men must make all shots in top pockets and women must make all shots in bottom pockets (including the 8 ball). In the case where 2 men or 2 women are playing, top and bottom pockets are determined by the players positions in the bracket (i.e. top bracket has top pockets...)
  • If a ball goes into a wrong pocket, you must tap cue (unless a ball goes into your pocket as well).
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    Mystery Pocket

  • Game played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Game is played just like Regular 8 with one exception
  • When you get to 8 ball you will ask the hosting Td in lobby for a pocket
  • That will be your pocket to pot 8 in, 1st to do so wins.
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    One-Sided

  • Every game played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • The only pockets that CAN be used are the top left, top middle, and top right...or... the bottom left, bottom middle, and bottom right.
  • The TD will tell you know at closing which row to use.
  • The opposite side may not be used, however, in the case of "slop" shots, players will not be penalized.
  • If you aim for the other side and make it, it is an automatic DQ.
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    One Pocket

  • This game is played on RATED & 10 MIN tables.
  • Not counting break, the 1st pocket you pot a ball in, "IS YOUR POCKET".
  • Once a pocket is established, Type the pocket at table chat, Then ALL your balls must be pocketed in that "1" Pocket
  • If a ball goes in a wrong pocket you tap cue
  • "8" Ball must go in your pocket as well.
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    Opposites

  • Game played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Once a ball is potted, that becomes your pocket along with it's opposite pocket (i.e. if you make a ball in the lower left pocket, the upper right pocket is the opposite). From then on, all balls must be made in your 2 opposite pockets. 8 ball must be last.
  • Each player must announce their pockets.
  • If you make two or more balls on your first shot, you must choose ONE of the balls and whatever pocket it went into is your pocket along with it's opposite.
  • If you make one in the wrong pocket by accident, tap ball to opponent. Opponent then shoots from the line forward.
  • 8 ball can be made in ANY pocket.
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    Out of Bounds

  • This game is played on RATED & 10 MIN tables.
  • The Object of this game is to clean the table along the Regular 8 rules
  • The difference is the TD will announce a pocket at the beginning of the tourney that you are not allowed to shoot at
  • If you do so - by accident or on purpose - You Lose!
  • The cue ball scratching in the out of bounds pocket does not count as an auto-loss unless of course it's with the 8 ball.
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    Perfect English

  • Games played on PROTECTED TRAINING tables. First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • Balls are set up on table as indicated below (ball # or color does not matter)
  • Player may shoot from anywhere on table with cue ball hitting ONLY THE OBJECT BALL
  • If cue ball hits other ball after object ball, that players turn is over and potted balls are counted
  • Each player gets 3 racks alternating
  • If player pots ball and hits other ball with white, potted ball counts in score
  • If player scratches, there turn is over and all potted balls are counted
  • Each player will return balls to correct position before standing
  • Total potted balls for each player after 3 racks and highest score wins match.
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    Poison Potion (Pick Your Poison)

  • Games played on PROTECTED Rated table. First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD.
  • Game is played in normal regular 8 format till you get to 8.
  • If you are Stripes you have to Bank the 8 ball or bank cue into 8.
  • If you are Solids you have to play 8 in your last pocket you made a ball at.
  • All normal Regular 8 rules apply.
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    Rack n Run (RnR)

  • Game is played on PROTECTED TRAINING tables.
  • 1st player in spam makes table and invites 2nd player.
  • 2nd player sits 1st and breaks.
  • Object is to make as many balls as possible without scratching or missing. The player with the most made in designated amount of racks wins. If you run rack, reset and continue shooting, A ball does not need to be made on 2nd break to continue shooting. Ball made after scratch counts
  • Scratch on break is RR. 3 RR's max then 0 Points that rnd.
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    Rainbow

  • Games played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • You must pot the balls in the following order (solids and stripes are the same order): RED, ORANGE, YELLOW, GREEN, BLUE, PINK, PURPLE (rainbow order), the 8 BALL is always last.
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    Rated Red Ball

  • Game played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD.
  • Play as Regular 8 ball with one exception: you MUST make your Red ball (solid or stripe) LAST before the 8 ball is made.
  • If you drop your Red ball early, continue playing.
  • If you drop your Red ball early, you tap the ball to your opponent who then has BIH.
  • If Red ball or 8 Ball is made on break please rerack and start over.
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    Red Ball Last

  • Game played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD.
  • Play as Regular 8 ball with one exception: you MUST make your Red ball (solid or stripe) LAST before the 8 ball is made.
  • If you drop your opponents Red ball accidentally, YOU LOSE.
  • If you drop your Red ball early, YOU LOSE.
  • If Red ball or 8 Ball is made on break please rerack and start over.
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    Red Zone

  • Games played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Played as regular 8 ball with one exception: All shots must be made with power bar in the RED zone.
  • Must wait for opponent to say "GO" before you release your shot.
  • Opponent says "GO" once they see the power bar somewhere in the Red zone.
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    Regular 8 Ball

  • Game is played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD.8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Pot all of the balls of your designation (solids or stripes) and then pot the 8 ball.
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    Rodeo

  • Game is played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Game is played like regular 8 ball with one exception: attempts to pot the 8 ball start at the top left pocket and proceed to the pockets clockwise around the table until the 8 is potted.
  • First attempt on 8 ball for both players is the Top Left corner. If missed, the next attempt is the Top Middle pocket. This goes in rotation until the 8 ball is potted (i.e. Top Left, Top Middle, Top Right, Bottom Right, Bottom Middle, Bottom Left).
  • Each player keeps track of their own succession. It is possible for a player to be on his 3rd attempt (i.e. Top Right) and his opponent is on his 2nd attempt (i.e. Top Middle).
  • If you scratch you lose your turn and opponent gets BIH and can be played from anywhere on the table.
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    Screw Your Neighbor

  • Game played on RATED & 10 MIN table (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD.8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • When it comes time for your opponent to hit the 8 ball in, You name the pocket for the 8 to be potted. (at table chat) You cannot have the same pocket for 8 ball.
  • That pocket remains the target pocket for the object 8 ball until the conclusion of the game.
  • Similarly, your opponent will call the pocket in which YOU must pot the 8 Ball, and that remains your target pocket until the conclusion of the game.
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    Sharks

  • Games played on PROTECTED & TRAINING tables. First listed invites and shoots first.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD.
  • Players shoot until they miss, then total all balls potted. Each ball counts as 1 point except the black which counts as 2 points.
  • If a player scratches while potting a ball, that ball is not counted.
  • Each player gets three racks. If a player pots all balls in a rack, the player gets 21 points (which includes 5 bonus points for potting the entire rack). Player then re-racks and continues shooting until they miss or all three racks are potted.
  • If a player scratches on the break, 0 points are counted and it is the next players turn. Next player re-racks and starts his turn.
  • Player with the highest score wins.
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    Silence

  • Games played on PROTECTED RATED tables. First listed makes table and invites
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD.
  • This game is just Regular 8 but you cannot talk at table period.
  • Say GG and GL in lobby before and after game.
  • Be prepared for the Td to come to table trying to get you to talk. All fair in this game.
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    Snooker

  • Game objective Snooker is a two-player billiards game played using 15 solid red balls, a white cue ball, and six colored balls.
  • Players alternate turns and score points by pocketing balls.
  • Red balls are worth one point and each of the six colored balls has a different point value, ranging from two to seven points.
  • At the end of the game, after all the balls have been pocketed, the player that has scored the most points wins.
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    Stripes & Solids

  • Games played on PROTECTED & TRAINING tables. First name invites second name sits first.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • You may start with either, but once one type is sunk, the shots following must alternate suits. (If a stripe is sunk first, the next ball must be a solid, then stripe again). Break does NOT count as a shot.
  • If you miss or scratch, you stand and your opponent sits and continues WITH the type left off. DO NOT RERACK or it’s an automatic DQ.
  • If you SLOP the wrong type in, that ball must be pulled out of the rack and spotted where the cue ball sits at the beginning of the game, ending your turn.
  • If you pot the 8 ball EARLY, you lose. The person who sinks the 8 ball - without scratching - once the table is clea#ff9900, will be decla#ff9900 the winner.
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    Suicide

  • Games played on UNRATED tables, Best of 3.
  • First player to sink the 8 first wins the match.
  • A re-rack is required if 8-ball sunk on break. Break does not count.
  • You can only move cue ball on break, but after the break, no ball in hand.
  • You can sink the 8 by combo or straight in.
  • If you sink the cue ball into pocket, it will be placed automatically on the line and you must shoot from there. NO BALL IN HAND.
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    Swiss

  • In Swiss tourney, you play every round regardless of winning or losing. You also can withdraw from tourney after each round.
  • Game played on RATED & 10 MIN tables. First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • Games can range from Regular 8 to Last Pocket to anything TD decides.
  • Tourney usually runs 5 rounds, or until only one player is undefeated in matches.
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    Traffic Light

  • Game is played on PROTECTED & UNRATED tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Each player must pot the Green, Yellow, and #ff9900 balls of their chosen designation (solids or stripes) in this order and then the 8 ball. First player to do so is the winner.
  • Players are allowed to pot other balls of their chosen designation (solids or stripes) but if they pot the Green, Yellow, #ff9900 or Black balls out of order, they lose.
  • If an opponent pots your Green, Yellow, or #ff9900 ball accidentally, you are allowed to skip that ball.
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    Triangle

  • Game played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD.
  • Whoever makes first ball decides on triangles to be played. Triangles consist of top left - bottom middle - top right bottom left - top middle- bottom right.
  • Once you have set which triangle, all balls from then on must be shot in those pockets including 8 ball.
  • If you make one in the wrong pocket by accident, tap ball to opponent. Opponent then shoots from the line forward.
  • If you scratch, opponent shoots from the line forward.
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    Under Your Ass

  • Game played on RATED & 10 MIN tables First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD.
  • Played just like Regular 8 until you get to 8 ball.
  • The 8 must go in either Top Right or Bottom Right, depending on your seat on table.
  • if 8 ball gets hung in a pocket that your opponent cannot make in his or hers pocket then you have to double bank to win
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    Women On Top

  • Game played on RATED & 10 MIN tables (unless playing 2 vs 2, then table is unrated). First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD. 8 ball in on break is a re- rack.
  • Women must make all shots in top pockets and men must make all shots in bottom pockets (including the 8 ball). In the case where 2 men or 2 women are playing, top and bottom pockets are determined by the players positions in the bracket (i.e. top bracket has top pockets...)
  • If a ball goes into a wrong pocket, you must tap cue (unless a ball goes into your pocket as well).
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    Yellow Ball 1st

  • Games played on PROTECTED TRAINING tables. First Player listed makes table and invites second player.
  • On break, move cue ball at least 1 ball width on or behind the break line in a forward motion unless specified by the TD.
  • Yellow ball must be made 1st before any other ball is made.
  • If any ball falls before Yellow you tap cue.
  • Once yellow is made play just like Regular 8
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    Friday April 20, 2018
    4264355 l_want_to_ride_your_... [1466] S.E. 1 vs 1 meadowlarks2003
    4264350 epickerd [911] S.E. 1 vs 1 __Big_Tim__
    4264332 l_want_to_ride_your_... [1465] S.E. 1 vs 1 MagikRat
    Thursday April 19, 2018
    4264334 wackygal45 [920] S.E. 1 vs 1 MagikRat
    4264293 wackygal45 [919] S.E. 1 vs 1 meadowlarks2003
    4264291 wackygal45 [918] S.E. 1 vs 1 __Big_Tim__
    4264290 wackygal45 [917] S.E. 1 vs 1 lvliss_kaykay
    4264226 Xxx_Emerald_xxX [1287] S.E. 1 vs 1 Demonic_Hustler
    4264220 Demonic_Hustler [8075] S.E. 1 vs 1 Demonic_Hustler
    4264214 Demonic_Hustler [8074] S.E. 1 vs 1 ZITA
    4264090 Xxx_Emerald_xxX [1286] S.E. 1 vs 1 ZITA
    4264016 Demonic_Hustler [8073] S.S. 1 vs 1 Demonic_Hustler
    4264159 jenn745833 [1384] S.E. 1 vs 1 Demonic_Hustler
    4263952 Xxx_Emerald_xxX [1285] S.E. 1 vs 1 truper_82
    4263947 Xxx_Emerald_xxX [1284] S.E. 1 vs 1 lollipop2284900
    4264021 Demonic_Hustler [8072] S.E. 1 vs 1 truper_82
    4263806 wackygal45 [916] S.E. 1 vs 1 meadowlarks2003
    4263800 DaffyDuck_12_99 [198] S.E. 1 vs 1 truper_82
    4263745 wackygal45 [915] S.E. 1 vs 1 gunslingericu
    4263758 epickerd [910] S.E. 1 vs 1 gunslingericu
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