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Canadian Skittle Pool Rules

Canadian Skittle Pool Rules


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Canadian Skittle Pool Rules

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  1. CharlyKbilliardsforum on 1/15/2022 3:00:31 AM

    @CharlyK, It looks like your text/comments didn't come through with the photo. It looks like the table setup for Canadian Skittle Pool.

    You can reply below if you have any information or comment that goes with the photo.

    Sorry for the inconvenience.

  2. CharlyKCharlyK on 1/17/2022 8:05:28 AM

    Do you know Canadian Skittles billiards? It is a cue sport with carom, english, and pin billiards features.

    Two or more players may play, and usually, wagering is involved. The player who reaches 31 points without going over wins the pot and the total value of the opponent’s X’s created by fouls.

    In Canada, we play Skittles Pool on a snooker table with six pockets, a baulk line, and a "D" half-circle. We only use three balls; a white cue ball for all players and the red and yellow object balls.

    The number of black pins determines the game version and the difficulty level.

    There are about four versions and many variations, but all versions have a black pin and four coloured pins at the center of the table.

    Here are the Rules for the "3 Black Pin" Version of Canadian Skittles Billiards (by CharlyK 9 Feb. 2023)

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Canadian Skittle Pool Rules

  • Title: Canadian Skittle Pool Rules
  • Author: (Charles Kovacshazy)
  • Published: 1/13/2022 10:09:35 AM
  • Last Updated: 2/10/2023 6:02:21 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)