Desk Top Pool
1 pool table
15 pool balls
1 cue ball
2 pool cues
1 triangle rack
Be the first player to sink al of your balls followed by the
the balls in the triangle rack at one end of the table.
the cue ball at the opposite end of the table anywhere within 2” of the
Playing the Game—(8-ball:)
player breaks the balls. He uses
his pool cue to shoot the cue ball toward the racked balls. If any balls go in a pocket, that
player will play that number series—either 1-7 or 9-15—for the game.
take turns. If a player gets a
ball of his number series in, he shoots again. If a player knocks in a ball of the opponent’s number
series, the turn is over.
- If a
player knocks the 8-ball in before he knocks in all of the balls of his
number series, he automatically loses the game.
- If a
player accidentally shoots the cue ball into a pocket, that player will
put one of his own balls back onto the table and it is the opponent’s
turn. (If he hasn’t gotten any
balls in the pockets, no balls can be taken out.)
all of a players balls have gone into the pockets, the player must sink
the 8-ball; however, before the player shoots, he must call out the pocket
for which he is aiming. If he then hits the ball into a different pocket
or forgets to call a pocket he automatically loses the game.
Winning the Game
The first player to get all his balls in the pockets and
then sink the 8-ball wins the game.