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Inning Versus Frame in Billiards?


Inning Versus Frame in Billiards?

In your rules and other articles, you refer to both innings and frames. What is the difference?

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Inning Versus Frame in Billiards?

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  1. breakballsjana on 5/29/2006 11:16:56 AM

    Same thing.

  2. breakballsbilliardsforum on 5/29/2006 11:20:30 AM

    Exactly. Have a look at both inning and frame in our billiard terms glossary, and you will see that they are basically the same thing.

  3. breakballskyle on 3/8/2007 5:04:03 PM

    I've always understood frame as one game in a match or set, an inning is one turn at the table for each player.

  4. breakballsbilliardsforum on 3/10/2007 11:36:34 AM

    I think you are correct on your distinction between innings and frames. I've updated the glossary accordingly.

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Inning Versus Frame in Billiards?

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