The following billiards rules will help you learn to play billiards easier. This saves a lot of time in training and studying law. This is the first step that all beginners have to go through if they want to know how to play and play well in this sport game, which is also a famous competitive sport in the world. Besides that, you can try the Slope Game, one of the most popular games on our website.
8 ball billiards is played with 1 cue ball and 15 target balls numbered 1 to 15. One player must place a group of balls numbered 1 through 7 (smooth balls) while the other player must place into the hole another group of balls numbered 9 to 15 (striped balls). The player who hits all of his pool of balls and then hits the correct ball of number 8 in the hole wins that game.
According to the rules of hole billiards, in order to start the game, the opener must play with the cue ball behind the upper line. You need to put the target ball into the hole or at least 4 target balls touch the ice. If the above cannot be done, there will be considered illegal. The next player can choose between agreeing to play again with the position held. In addition, you also request a substitute ball to play the opening stroke or can ask the opponent to start over.
In this game, you can choose one of 3 levels of the game: easy, medium, and hard. Choose the level that suits your abilities and start the game.
How to control: Use your mouse to aim. Then, hold and drag to pull the cue back. Release the cue to hit. The farther you pull, the stronger you hit.