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14.1 Continuous Scoring Specifics?

14.1 Continuous Scoring Specifics?

I see all these scoring variations for fourteen one. I saw a blurb in the rules section here, but it didn't really make sense, especially with so many other variations out there. Comments anyone?

This question relates to the following billiard rules:

14.1 Continuous Scoring Specifics?

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  1. janabilliardsforum on 5/14/2006 3:13:00 PM

    @jana, what questions do you have specifically? The scoring is pretty straightforward for fourteen one. With 14.1 Continuous, the object is to reach a set number of points determined by agreement between players before the game. Generally, one point is accrued for each ball that is pocketed where no foul is made. In 14.1 Continuous, a typical game may require a player to score 100 points. This means that at least 100 balls must be pocketed to win. In professional match-ups, 14.1 Continuous (a variation of straight pool) is usually played to 150 points.

    Points can be lost when fouls occur. For example, at least one ball must touch a rail or be pocketed on the initial break, or a foul will result, with a special penalty of a loss of two points.

    Also see the rules section on 14.1 Continuous Scoring for a little more information.

  2. janaRoss on 5/27/2006 12:35:07 PM

    Well said. You will see some variations in local pool halls, but the scoring scheme that @billiardsforum mentions sounds about right.

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14.1 Continuous Scoring Specifics?

  • Title: 14.1 Continuous Scoring Specifics?
  • Author: (Jana Taylor)
  • Published: 5/14/2006 11:32:10 AM
  • Last Updated: 5/14/2006 4:27:02 PM
  • Last Updated By: jana