Rules of 8 Ball
The first player to pocket all balls in a set (spots or stripes), then pocket the black ball is the winner.
Place the white ball on the right of the table, behind the white line, click on the white ball with your cue, you can adjust the power
and angle to shoot at the triangle of colored balls. You need a minimum of 4 balls to hit the rails or to pot a colored ball for a legal break.
- If you pot a ball off the break, you may continue to play potting the rest of the balls in the group or you may choose to pot the balls of the other group.
- If you do not pocket a coloured ball on the break, play passes to your opponent with the option for him to pocket any colored ball he choses.
When a player correctly pockets a ball of his group (striped or solid), he may take another shot.
Generally the active player must pot one of his own balls, to stay at the table
The game is considered won when a player pockets all balls of his group and the black ball. P>
The following fouls give your opponent "ball in hand" and the opportunity to position the cue ball anywhere on the table:
- Pocketing the cue ball.
- The cueball hitting an opponents ball before one of you own.
- The cueball hitting the black ball before one of you own.
- The cueball failing to hit any ball.
- the cueball hitting one of your balls but no ball touches a rail *NOTE:- You are not obliged to have a ball contact a rail if escaping from a 'snooker'
The following fouls cause an immediate loss of the game:
- Pocketing the black ball before all of your own balls. li>
- Pocketing the ball black and white ball at the same