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Also coloured ball s , colour s ; American spelling color sometimes also used.
In snooker , any of the object balls that are not reds. A colour ball must be potted after each red in the continuation of a break , and are re-spotted until the reds run out, after which the colours must be potted in their order:. Also counting rack , counter ball rack ,  : etc. Also dog it. Sometimes interchangeable with scratch , though the latter is often used only to refer to the foul of pocketing the cue ball.
A violation of a particular game's rules for which a set penalty is imposed. In many pool games the penalty for a foul is ball-in-hand anywhere on the table for the opponent. In some games such as straight pool, a foul results in a loss of one or more points. In one-pocket, in which a set number of balls must be made in a specific pocket, upon a foul the player must return a ball to the table.
In some games, three successive fouls in a row is a loss of game. In straight pool, a third successive foul results in a loss of 16 points 15 plus one for the foul. A situation where a player has fouled , leaving the opponent snookered. In addition, some variations of the game allow the player to pot one of the opposition's balls, on the first visit only, without the loss of a "free shot". Also rarely high-run , hi-run , highrun , etc. Also littles , little ones , little balls.go to site
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Also matchplay , match-play. Also nurse shot , nursery shot , nursery cannon. In carom games such as straight rail , balkline and cushion caroms , where all the balls are kept near each other and a cushion, so that with very soft shots the balls can be "nursed" down a rail, allowing multiple successful shots that effectively replicate the same ball setup so that the nurse shots can be continued almost indefinitely, unless a limit is imposed by the rules. Depending on context:. Used when describing perfect play; a metaphoric reference to puppetry :. Also 1-on-1 , one on one , etc. Also pocket-speed.
Also pro side of the pocket ; sometimes "of the pocket" is left off the phrase.
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The long-rail side of a corner pocket. To "aim for the profession side of the pocket" is to slightly overcut a difficult corner-pocket cut shot , to cheat the pocket , rather than undercutting , especially in nine-ball. Erring too much in this direction is "missing on the professional side of the pocket. Also red s , the red s. Also rerack. Also respot. Usually set-up in non-verb form, sometimes setup in noun form particularly. Also pool shark , poolshark US ; sharp , pool sharp British. Also sidespin , side-spin , side. Also topspin , top-spin , top. Also treble century , triple-century break , treble-century break.
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Also under-cut. Also the white. Also yellow s. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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