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Finger Pool Billiards Rules

Finger pool rules apply to a variant of billiards played without cues. Players knock the balls around the table with just their fingers.

Finger Pool Billiard Rules

Mike Massey, billiard professional is known as one of the best finger pool players in the world.

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Finger Pool Billiards Rules

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How to Play Finger Pool Billiards

  • Title: Finger Pool Billiards Rules
  • Author: (Billiards Forum)
  • Published: 7/17/2008 7:50:00 AM

Finger Pool Billiards Rules

The Finger Pool Billiards Rules article belongs to the Cueless Billiard Game Rules category. Cueless billiards is a newly developing form of billiards where no cue sticks are used to move the balls around the table.

Finger Pool Billiards Rules Comments

  1. Mr TOADMr TOAD from England, United Kingdom on 5/16/2009 2:35:07 PM

    I think I saw finger billiards played in Portugal. No pool cues were used but there some obstacles on the pool table. Balls, red and some blue. Two white balls where "thrown or pushed " on the pool table. Would you have any information on this game?

  2. jetnifejetnife from Marysville, WA on 7/17/2009 10:37:49 AM

    We host the world finger pool championships in Marysville, Washington in a place called the New Cal Tavern. The World Championships of finger pool are held once a year.

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