0 thoughts on “8 Ball Pool Cheats and Hack v.2.11

  1. Sir fliesalot

    Why not a nine or a seven ball, these numbers have a lot of symbolism behind them.

    Is it because the game of 8 ball or the mystique of its black color?

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  2. Thomas Lopez

    In American pool (8 ball)- You are on the black 8 ball and your opponent still has 3 balls remaining. You scratch and pot the white cue ball. Do you lose or is it a foul and your opponent have ball in hand?

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  3. nyyankees1123

    I usually beat him by default( him hitting the 8 ball in). I can’t practice shooting pool due to it’s not my pool table it’;s my grandparents and we go over there once a week. So how do I beat him?

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  4. Oilers

    I was told that after you hit a ball with the cue ball you have to hit a rail or else it is a foul. Is this true?

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  5. John G

    A dart player who also plays 8 ball pool (he is better at darts than at pool) said darts is more difficult than pool. That cracked me up. Clearly, pool has more variables (like cloth speed, cue etc) and there is bigger % of luck involved in pool compared to darts. Also in pool, you are playing your opponents directly who can force you to make errors while in darts, you are actually playing by yourself to hit a certain score. Your opponent in darts cannot directly influence you. So IMHO is more difficult but what do you all think?

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  6. Rkmc

    I play allot of UK(8-ball) pool. I am a decent potter and decent at positional play. But no matter what I do the Cue(white) ball keeps jumping off the table at least half the times I break. Surly someone out there must have had the same or heard of the same problem!!!!!

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  7. Chris R

    I am playing online pool but i am clueless as to how to select on my own, the hole convenient for me to place the 8 ball.

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  8. Ryan Z

    I have just recently got a pool table. It’s been like 3 days now and I played a lot on it. I just realized today that there were some weird white marks that look kind of distracting on the covering. (by the way, it is red color). So what are those marks? How do you get rid of them?

    Also, one more thing, my pool table is an 8 by 4 and i have american 8 ball pool balls. Could I buy snooker balls and play on my table? Or is it too small?

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  9. Jerosh Nagulachandran

    Me and my friend, Sam, have reached a disagreement about pool. I shot the 8 ball in the pocket that I called on my last shot, but I also sunk the cue ball. Do I still win, if not, what do I do? Thank you.

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  10. simply complicated

    1) The 8-Ball is struck and it rests less than a millimeter away from sinking, right in front of a whole. It stops, but just before the other player shoots it falls in.

    2) 8-Ball is sunk on the break.

    3) When shooting, a player accidentally brushes his forearm against one or more balls on the table, causing them to move slightly.

    THANKS!

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  11. Alina Elliott

    If i just were to buy a pool table and continually practice, would i get good at the game? or is it better to practice a particular way or using particular drills?
    I have done a lot of hanging out in clubs playing pool. I still just find that i am not as good as i should be with how much time i spend in clubs playing pool.

    I never bet. I only would bet small amounts if i knew i was good at the game.

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  12. apleaforbrandon

    In 8-ball pool, my opponent and I had finished pocketing all the solids and stripes. Either one of us had to pocket the 8-ball to win.

    If one of us tries to pocket the 8-ball, but misses and the cue ball never hits the 8-ball, is it considered a foul? Would the opponent get a ball-in-hand?

    Provide a link to the site with 8-ball rules and regulations if possible

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  13. evangldbrg

    I was wondering if the 9.5mm snooker cue with a brass ferrule would be a better pick for 8-ball just for the simple reason that you have to be more accurate on a 12 foot snooker table then on a regular 7-9 foot pool table. I just want to make sure before I spend the money that there isnt a specific reason why people dont use snooker cues for pool and be out the money. Thanks.

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  14. lcollier93sbcglobalnet

    in other words, if im solids and i am going for the 1 ball, can i hit the 8 ball into the 1 ball? can i hit the 8 ball before my own?

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  15. Ssshhhh Im becoming aroused

    The age old question that has started many fights in pubs and clubs. In pool (8 Ball) can you shoot backwards from the D if your opponent fouls?

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  16. Beavis

    Ok I have just put my name down for an online 8 ball pool tournament but they will not let the tournament start till the have filled the 65 places, I think about 28 places have gone.
    If anyone is up for it and they think they have the skill to win, reply to this question and I will send you or add the details to this question.

    Although I want you to enter so it starts sooner , I still think I will win it or atleast win runner up prize .

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  17. opurt

    My friend and I were playing pool and I sunk the 8-ball on the break.

    I had never done that before. Is that a win or a loss?

    Thanks

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  18. Gage

    in playing 8 ball pool. if a player calls his shot on the 8 ball and does not call a combination and the 8 ball hits of the other players ball before it goes in the called pocket does it count as a legal shot or does he have to call the 8 ball of the opponents ball.

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  19. apleaforbrandon

    Hello all. I’m looking for a beginner pool (8 ball) cue that is inexpensive and reasonably good. What is the price range that I should look for? What is the appropriate length and other dimensions? I don’t want anything crazy, just something I can practice with.

    Thanks!

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  20. callofduty5123412

    Do most 8 ball tournaments allow trick shots? Nothing to crazy mostly just hopping the cue ball over other billiards to get it to another point on the table and jumping it on top of the rail and making it roll past other billiards pretty much similar to 3 cushion carom.

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  21. davemc74656

    In 8-ball pool, my opponent and I had finished pocketing all the solids and stripes. Either one of us had to pocket the 8-ball to win.

    If one of us tries to pocket the 8-ball, but misses and the cue ball never hits the 8-ball, is it considered a foul? Would the opponent get a ball-in-hand?

    Provide a link to the site with 8-ball rules and regulations if possible

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  22. Paul M

    I want to invite to play my friend in 8 ball pool on mobile, and i dont know even how to search for friends
    Thanks for the answers

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  23. Dr Dorian

    From my understanding of the rules, whenever the cue ball is scratched, you pull out one of your previously sunk balls. is this true? or is it only when you make a ball, that you pull a previously sunk ball? Also if i scratched on the cue ball and I sunk my opponent’s ball, do i pull his ball out, or mine?

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  24. Random

    in other words, if im solids and i am going for the 1 ball, can i hit the 8 ball into the 1 ball? can i hit the 8 ball before my own?

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