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Baulkline - Billiard Term Definition

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Definition of Baulkline

Baulkline is a billiards term that is a part of Pool Table Terminology.

The term baulkline has several definitions. Baulkline refers to a type of billiards game that is played on a pocketless billiard table. The correct spelling of this term in that context, however, is baulk line. The other usage for the term baulkline is for the lines that are drawn on a baulk line table. The baulklines are drawn approximately 29 inches from the bottom of each cushion. The lines run parallel to each cushion.

See: baulk line for more on the meaning of "Baulkline".

Baulkline - Usage

Do you want to have a game of baulkline billiards? No we don't have the right type of table, we need the baulkline markings so we know where the line is.

Billiards - Baulkline

  • Title: Baulkline
  • Author: (Billiards Forum)
  • Published: 2/4/2008 5:27:33 AM

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