Lemonade Stroke - Billiard Term Definition
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Definition of Lemonade Stroke
Lemonade Stroke is a billiards slang term that is a part of Gambling and Betting Terminology.
A lemonade stroke is an intentional and obviously poor shot designed to disguise the shooting player's true ability. An unsavory billiard player may use the lemonade shot when the are trying to deceive others with regards to their ability. The others will likely enter in to competition against the player thinking that it will be easy money. The player begins to play well, and fools everyone taking the money.
See: on the lemon, on the lemonade, lemon, stall, sandbagging, sandbag, dump for more on the meaning of "Lemonade Stroke".
Lemonade Stroke - Usage
Be careful, those initial games looked like the last shot was a lemonade stroke.
Billiards - Lemonade Stroke
- Title: Lemonade Stroke
- Author: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)
- Published: 1/11/2008 9:42:14 PM
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