Call It All - Billiard Term Definition
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Definition of Call It All
Call It All is a billiards slang term that is a part of Game Rule Terminology.
Call it all is a phrase to refer to North American billiard games where call shot is required. In call it all, all aspects of the shot must be called out by the shooting player before the shot is executed.
Players must call the target object ball, caroms, cushions, the target pocket, and all other aspects of the shot.
Call it all is a form of no slop billiards, and is often played by more experienced pool players.
See: call, call shot, called ball, called pocket, slop, no slop, slop shot, gentlemens call, gentlemans call, called shot, call the ball and pocket, call everything, ball and pocket, call pocket for more on the meaning of "Call It All".
Call It All - Usage
We are playing call it all 8 ball. You had to call each cushion you shot that object ball off of before pocketing it.
Billiards - Call It All
- Title: Call It All
- Author: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)
- Published: 1/2/2008 2:36:13 PM
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