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The most popular and well-known pool game is standard eight-ball. However, you and your guests may prefer a different game type, such as snooker or ten-ball, depending on your preferences. By changing fundamental rules, these game types can make the game more or less challenging to play.

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Pool Featured Contributor: Sean McKenna 11.03.10


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Sean McKenna is perhaps better known on Pool as Kinchdedalus. Sean has shared some fantastic images and videos over the last year or so. In fact he’s been such an active member of the Pool community that we thought we just had to find out a bit more about him!

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Open wide, come inside, it’s the ABC on Twitter! 08.03.10
If you’re not on Twitter, then you should be. Forget arguments that it is overrated, self indulgent and destroying the English language. If txt msges hvnt destroyed English grammar by now, then Twitter has no chance. It is merely a really simple conversation tool.

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Featured Contributor Deidre Tronson 11.03.10
Deidre Tronson – or d. as she’s also known – is one of the most loyal members of the Pool community! Over the last few years d. has regularly been sharing her written stories and poems with us Poolies.

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As part of our ongoing social media experiment we’re developing a new hybrid role of editor, curator and moderator as an extension of the usual contributor role. This is the “Mod Bod” as we have affectionately titled it.

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Visitors’ voices 23.02.10
Pool visitors can now add comments without logging in. We hope this small but significant change will make it easier to grow Pool conversations.

There are a couple of thousand registered Pool community members but we get many hundreds of anonymous visitors every day stopping by to have a look. It seemed a bit restrictive not to allow them to comment.
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Delight not fright for 2010 17.02.10
Millie Rooney was one of the contributors chosen to speak at the Hope 2010 event and she enthused the crowd with her aim for 2010 to be a year of “delight, not fright”, a topic she is exploring in her PhD. We asked her to share her experience of the event.

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ABC Open to YOU 12.02.10
ABC launches a new regional online social media project and is offering jobs as well as social media access, ABC Open

For more than 75 years the ABC has been connecting local communities through regional radio. Now we’re embarking on an ambitious initiative to interact with and engage our audience online.
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GhosTrain pulls in 11.02.10
GhosTrain will finally pull into CarriageWorks in February after its long journey with Pool throughout 2009.

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Featured Contributor: Gabrielle Bryden 08.02.10
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Gabrielle Bryden – or GB as we poolies know her – is one of the more prolific members of our Pool community. Gabrielle has contributed some great images and stories of Australian wildlife over the last year or so.

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Sharing hope 28.01.10
Sheila Pham was one of the contributors chosen to speak at the Sydney Festival Hope 2010 event in the City Recital Hall and on ABC Radio National.

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PLAYERS

You’ll need to find an even number of players — between 8 and 16 — before you start your pool tournament. Consider how many players you’ll invite to the game; the more people you ask, the longer the tournament will last. By using multiple tables and allowing matches to take place simultaneously, you can cut the total tournament time in half. Simultaneous play, on the other hand, will be limited by the number of pool tables available. Consider splitting the group into two teams if you have a larger group, younger players, or unequal skill levels. Playing doubles can help you cut down on your overall tournament time and even out any unfair age or skill level disparities.

 

SETTING UP THE TOURNAMENT

Set up your brackets by gradually pairing opponents against one another. Winners advance to the next stand in a knockout or elimination billiards tournament, while losers are eliminated. This system will eventually reduce your player pool to just two who will compete for the winning title.

Consider a double-elimination tournament if you want to make your pool tournaments more forgiving or if you have younger players. Instead of being eliminated from the game, each competitor is allowed a single loss in this tournament format. Losers compete in a loser’s bracket, the winner of which will face the winner of the mainframe.

Please print out your arrangement or draw it on a large surface, such as a whiteboard, once you’ve decided on a suitable bracket style. This way, you and your guests can keep track of and visualize the progress of your tournament.

 

Pocket billiards is a generic term that is sometimes used and preferred by some pool-industry bodies, but it is a broader classification that includes games like snooker, Russian pyramid, and kaisa, which are not considered pool games. It is commonly referred to as “billiards” in most parts of the world, similar to how “bowling” is commonly used to refer to the game of ten-pin bowling.