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Cut Throat Rules Each Player Has One Ball Left


Cut Throat Rules Each Player Has One Ball Left

What are the cutthroat billiards rules for when each player has one ball left and the shooting player pockets the opponent's ball first, then his ball drops after?

So, in cut throat pool, who wins if the shooter makes the opponents last ball but the shooters ball also goes in but after the opponents ball leaving no balls on the table?

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Cut Throat Rules Each Player Has One Ball Left

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  1. user1514941289billiardsforum on 1/3/2018 6:43:22 PM

    The shooting player wins the game.

    I believe the following cutthroat rules apply:

    INNINGS

    [...]

    A player may shoot at any ball that they choose, but before shooting they must call the ball and the pocket. They need not call any detail such as kisses, caroms, combinations, or cushions, all of which are legal. A legally pocketed ball entitles the shooter to continue.

    If a player sinks his last ball he can still win the game if he runs the table out in the same inning.

    ...and

    ILLEGALLY POCKETED BALLS

    Opponent's group balls are spotted; no penalty. Shooter's group balls remain pocketed, no penalty.

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Cut Throat Rules Each Player Has One Ball Left

  • Title: Cut Throat Rules Each Player Has One Ball Left
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  • Published: 1/2/2018 8:01:30 PM
  • Last Updated: 1/3/2018 6:42:26 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)