I must log out now, gentlemen.
Many thanks for your company this afternoon (or morning) and for making a new member feel welcome to your forum. Look forward to chatting again soon.
One other quick way to appreciate having numerous ball sets is to play a game of KRazy Eight Ball made up from 21 different sets - rules similar to Basic Pocket Billiards - but played where each player can only use three pockets on one side of the table. First player to pocket any 10 of the eight balls plus the game winning GOLD eight ball in one of their three pockets is the winner...
Interesting idea! Who thinks up this stuff?
Thank you so much for sharing photographs and thoughts, ladies and gents, they're all much appreciated.
K2K: We must be kindred spirits, sir, as I, too, like to dream up pool variations. Here's a new game created for a friend recently, sending him the set and instructions (pictured) as a birthday gift.
That's an Interesting game idea --- I like games that involve a "gamble" as you have created with the doubling cube. I have a few of a similar doubling cube from a person that created an entire game around the "cube". Interesting. Very interesting.
I have developed a few games as well that use the idea of a player affecting the bet or point value of game - one called KRazy Poker - that involves chips.
Tell us about the name "Romanian Pool".
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