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Une seule limite, l'heure du repas! De quoi varier les plaisirs sur votre billard sans avoir besoin pour autant de notions sur le poker. Pour rappel, la livraison est gratuite pour les billards.
En savoir plus sur la prestation montage. En savoir plus sur nos conseils d'achat billard. Code: EOW.
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Verwirrt, wer auf welche Kugeln spielt? Hier eine Erklärung der vier Disziplinen in jeweils drei Regeln. Wir gehen dabei immer davon aus, dass - wie üblich - zwei Spieler gegeneinander antreten.
Die Regeln:. Für viele ist 8-Ball die Billarddisziplin schlechthin. Wenn Hobbyspieler mit Poolbillard in Berührung kommen, dann meisten über 8-Ball.
D ie Regeln:. General A shot in which extreme english is applied to the cue ball by elevating the cue butt at an angle with the bed of the table of anywhere between 30 and 90 degrees.
The cue ball usually takes a curved path, with more curve resulting from increasing cue stick elevation. The course of play that starts when the players are ready to lag and ends when the deciding game ends.
General A grooved device mounted on a handle providing support for the shaft of the cue during shots difficult to reach with normal bridge hand.
Also called a crutch or rake. General A stroke which results in the cue tip contact with cue ball being faulty.
Usually the cue tip slides off the cue ball without full transmission of the desired stroke. Snooker The call the referee makes in snooker if it is judged the player has not endeavored to the best of his ability to hit the ball on.
Carom games A shot with only natural angle and stroke required for successful execution; a simple or easily visualized, and accomplished, scoring opportunity.
General Moderate sidespin applied to the cue ball that favors the direction of the cue ball path, giving the cue ball a natural roll and a bit more speed than a center hit.
General A short, sharp stroke, employed when a normal draw stroke would result in a foul due to drawing the cue ball back into the cue tip.
Carom games Techniques whereby the balls are kept close to the cushions and each other, creating a succession of relatively easy scoring opportunities.
Pocket games The requirement in certain games that a player must drive a minimum of four object balls out of the rack to the cushions in order for the shot to be legal.
Pocket games Small plastic or wooden balls numbered 1 through 15 or 16, use defined in specific games rules. Called pills. Snooker A position of two or more red balls that allows a ball to be driven into a pocket with a combination shot.
General The placement of the cue ball on each shot relative to the next planned shot. Also called shape. General Talc or other fine, powdery substance used to facilitate free, easy movement of the cue shaft through the bridge.
General Extreme draw applied to the cue ball. See force draw. General A shot in which the cue tip maintains contact with the cue ball beyond the split second allowed for a normal and legally stroked shot.
Pocket games Positioning of the object balls in a triangular grouping with the front apex ball on the foot spot , used to begin many pocket billiard games.
Snooker The same as the pink spot. The spot is marked midway between the center spot and the face of the top cushion. General Pre-determined number of games necessary to win a match or set of games.
For example, a match that is the best 11 out of 21 games is called a race to 11, and ends when one player has won 11 games.
The triangular equipment used for gathering the balls into the formation required by the game being played.
General The top surface of the table, not covered by cloth, from which the cushions protrude toward the playing surface. The head and foot rails are the short rails on those ends of the table; the right and left rails are the long rails, dictated by standing at the head end of the table and facing the foot end.
Carom games The red-colored object ball. Also the name of a particular 3-cushion billiard game. General Sidespin applied to the cue ball, that favors the opposite direction of the natural cue ball path - i.
General A tournament format in which each contestant plays each of the other players once. General Sidespin applied to the cue ball which causes it to rebound from an object ball or a cushion at a narrower angle and at a faster speed than it would if struck at the same speed and direction without english.
General The total of consecutive scores, points or counts made by a player in one inning. The term is also used to indicate the total number of full short-rack games won without a missed shot in a match or tournament.
General Defensive positioning of the balls so as to minimize the opponent's chances to score. The nature and rules concerning safety play are decidedly different in specific games.
Player's inning ends after a safety play. Carom games To score a point largely by accident, due to an unanticipated kiss, unplanned time-shot, etc.
General Pre-determined initial pairings or advanced positioning of players in a field of tournament competition. General The thinner part of a cue, on which the cue tip is attached.
On a two-piece cue, the shaft extends from the cue tip to the joint. An action that begins at the instant the cue tip contacts the cue ball, and ends when all balls in play stop rolling and spinning.
General Any timing device used to gauge the time limit in which a player is allowed to play a shot.
The timing device must have at least the functions of a stop watch: reset to zero, start, and stop. A simple wrist watch without timing functions is not sufficient.
General Usually refers to a ball which, due to english and stroke , travels a path with narrower angles than those for a ball struck without english.
General A tournament format in which a single loss eliminates a player from the competition. Carom games A shot in which the use of english causes the cue ball to make three or more cushion contacts, though utilizing only two different cushions.
Also called a double-the-rail shot. Snooker The condition of incoming player's cue ball position when he cannot shoot in a straight line and contact all portions of an on ball directly facing the cue ball because of balls not "on" that block the path.
General A modification of the double elimination tournament format, in which the field is divided into sections, with one player emerging from each of the sections to compete for the championship, in a single showdown match for the championship.
A shot in which it cannot be determined which object ball s the cue ball contacted first, due to the close proximity of the object balls.Ja, auf jeden Fall. Frauen 1. PBC Erfurt e. Mit dem gleichen ErgebFotos: alison chang.