Blast Bar Billiards

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Blast Bar Billiards Game Online - Play Free Pool Flash Games

A classic version of the Blast Billiards series, re-released this time with holes rather than pockets. Your target is to pot 6 red balls on each level without hitting the 3 bombs. On each subsequent level you will have 5 seconds less. Each red ball potted earns you points equal to the number displayed next to the pocket. Sinking the white ball after it hits a red ball will score you double the points displayed next to the pocket. When you complete a level you will also be awarded a bonus according to the amount of seconds left on the clock. Have Fun!

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How to Play Blast Bar Billiards Game Online

Use your mouse to play this game. Position the cue using the mouse. Hold the left mouse button down to start the power bar and relase to stop it.

Fun Facts about Bar Billiards

According to WikiPedia bar billiards is a form of billiards which involves scoring points by potting balls in holes on the playing surface of the table rather than in pockets. The game of bar billiards developed originally from the French billiard, which due to the expensive tables in the fifteenth century was played only by the French monarchy and the very rich. Bar billiards is played on a unique table with no side or corner pockets but with nine holes in the playing surface which are assigned various point values ranging from 10 to 200. There are eight balls in all, seven white and one red. Potting the red ball in any hole scores double points. On the playfield are normally placed three pegs or mushrooms. There are two white pegs, one in front of each of the 50 holes, with one black peg in front of the 200 hole. Players take alternate turns or 'breaks' at the table playing from where their opponent has left off. If the player fails to pot a ball then the break has ended and the second player takes his break by placing another ball on the first spot. If all balls are in play, then the nearest ball to the 'D' is removed and put on the spot. If a player fails to hit a ball, then the break ends and all points earned in that break are lost. Play time is limited.

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