No Slop - Billiard Term Definition
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Definition of No Slop
No Slop is a billiards slang term that is a part of Game Rule Terminology.
No slop refers to a billiard game that is played which adheres strictly to the rules of play, and requires that all shots and pockets be called explicitly by the players.
No slop billiards requires that players call all of their shots, down to the last detail. If the players sinks their ball in a manner that is in any way different than what was called, that player would lose his or her shot, and their inning would end.
No slop pool is generally preferred by players of higher skill levels.
See: call, call shot, called ball, called pocket, slop, slop shot, gentlemens call, gentlemans call, called shot, call it all, call the ball and pocket, call everything, ball and pocket, call pocket for more on the meaning of "No Slop".
No Slop - Usage
I demand we play no slop here. This is a billiard hall where only the most experienced players practice. To play anything but no slop would offend most of the club's members.
Billiards - No Slop
- Title: No Slop
- Author: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)
- Published: 11/23/2006
- Last Updated: 1/2/2008 1:49:39 PM
- Last Updated By: billiardsforum
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