Ball And Pocket - Billiard Term Definition
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Definition of Ball And Pocket
Ball And Pocket is a billiards slang term that is a part of Game Rule Terminology.
Ball and pocket is a relaxed form of call shot or no slop.
As it's name suggests, the shooting player in a ball and pocket game need only call the target pocket and the target object ball.
The ball and pocket call rule only refers to shots that are not obvious to the other players, or shots where the other players request the shooting player clarify the intent of his or her shot.
See: call, call shot, called ball, called pocket, slop, no slop, slop shot, gentlemens call, gentlemans call, called shot, call it all, call the ball and pocket, call everything, call pocket for more on the meaning of "Ball And Pocket".
Ball And Pocket - Usage
Ball and pocket is what we play here pal. It is just like gentleman's call, where you only have to call the ball and the pocket.
Billiards - Ball And Pocket
- Title: Ball And Pocket
- Author: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)
- Published: 1/2/2008 2:52:19 PM
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