Run Out - Billiard Term Definition
Welcome to the billiard, pool, and snooker glossary of terms. This is the definition of Run Out as it relates to cue sports. You can also view the entire billiard dictionary
Definition of Run Out
Run Out is a billiards term that is a part of Billiard Technique Terminology.
Run out refers to a run where the player pockets all remaining required balls and wins the game without the opponent ever getting another chance at the table.
Run out may also refer to the series of balls pocketed in one inning to win the game.
The key aspects of the run out are that there must be a run, and the run must be finished by winning the game.
See: run, run the table, eight and out, break and run, break and dish, break and run out, runout, dish, out for more on the meaning of "Run Out".
Run Out - Usage
The game was about half over when it was Jim's inning. He shot and pocketed the 6 ball, and proceeded to make every shot from there to run out the game.
Billiards - Run Out
- Title: Run Out
- Author: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)
- Published: 2/15/2006
- Last Updated: 1/2/2008 12:48:00 PM
- Last Updated By: billiardsforum
Run Out Comments
There are not yet any comments. Please post one below. All comments are moderated.
Submit New Billiard Term or Suggest a Correction
You can suggest a new billiard term and it's definition here. If you are suggesting a correction for an existing term, enter the entire definition as with your corrections incorporated.