8-Ball Pool Billiard
In 8-Ball Pool, two players start the game which has 15 balls which are divided into two group; the balls are solids which are numbered 1 to 7 and stripes which are numbered 9 to 15 and the final ball which is the black 8 ball. The balls are racked in a triangular fashion and the first player takes the first shot to break the balls. The first shot is called the breaking shot and it is used to break apart the stripes and the solids. The balls are assigned according to who pots the balls first. This usually happens during the breaking shot. The objective of the game is to pot all your assigned balls and then pot the 8 ball. One should be very careful about the 8 ball; if you pot it without having finished all your assigned balls, then you lose the game. If you pot your opponent ball then you will have committed a foul and you will lose a turn. If you miss any ball, then you also lose a turn. It is also a foul to pot the cue ball, which is the white ball used to hit the other balls. You should make sure that you place the ball at any point behind the line when you have a ball in hand, which is what happens when the white ball is potted. This is a great game which will keep you on your toes as you try to maneuver around your opponent's balls and finished your assigned balls and pot the black to win the inning. Many people have played pool in real life, and playing this game makes you feel like you are on a pool table down at the hall. If you are a pool buff, then you might spend the whole day playing this game.