Impossible escape

Shady

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So, I got the 2 1/8" Aramith balls and a pair of Elite snooker cues with 10 mm tips for my 100 yr. old 9' Brunswick table. As the other generation says, "OMG", absolutely amazing!!!!!!! Our "snooker like" game just got more snooker like. And, as others here have said, the cushion response is just fine. Happy campers!

I went to snooker old Bill last night and pulled off a (lucky) good one. Cue ball on the rail next to the yellow pocket with the yellow and brown in front and tight to it. No possible escape to a red, completely boxed in. Is that "game over" or what. I've never seen, heard or read about anything like it, and we're baffled.

As always, thanks for the help and what a treat to have you folks there!
 

Bob Jewett

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So, I got the 2 1/8" Aramith balls and a pair of Elite snooker cues with 10 mm tips for my 100 yr. old 9' Brunswick table. As the other generation says, "OMG", absolutely amazing!!!!!!! Our "snooker like" game just got more snooker like. And, as others here have said, the cushion response is just fine. Happy campers!

I went to snooker old Bill last night and pulled off a (lucky) good one. Cue ball on the rail next to the yellow pocket with the yellow and brown in front and tight to it. No possible escape to a red, completely boxed in. Is that "game over" or what. I've never seen, heard or read about anything like it, and we're baffled.

As always, thanks for the help and what a treat to have you folks there!
The rules cover this. They are available at

Search on the word "impossible". You may find the other rules interesting as well. They can be very different from pool.
 
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