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Where Are the One-Pocket Rules?

Where Are the One-Pocket Rules?

I don't see any One-Pocket rules on the site.

One Pocket is a unique game in which only two of the six pockets are employed for legal scoring. Any ball may be played and need not be called. What is required is that an object ball falls in the player's "target" pocket. It requires a wide variety of strokes, cue ball control, shot-making ability, patience and defensive strategy.

This question relates to the following billiard rules:

Where Are the One-Pocket Rules?

Replies & Comments

  1. JefSharkybilliardsforum on 7/5/2006 6:41:57 PM

    Please don't post stuff like this. There is no point, there was no question asked, and all of this can be found in the pool rules section.

    Once more, i'll have no choice but to ban your ip.

  2. JefSharkyjana on 7/12/2006 9:18:23 PM

    Thanks for that. Looks like we had some sketchy folks over here for a while

  3. JefSharkykyle on 5/18/2007 8:38:01 PM

    I have no idea why the both of you have an issue with the first post. He is just pointing out the fact that you've left out a very popular game called one pocket.

    In the States it's probably the third most popular game behind 8 ball and 9 ball, and is definitely more popular than cutthroat, 6 ball or cowboy pool.

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Where Are the One-Pocket Rules?

  • Title: Where Are the One-Pocket Rules?
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  • Published: 6/1/2006 11:18:46 PM