8 Ball Pool Game Online - Play Free Fun Pool Web Games
Classic billiards is back and better than ever. Get a cue and rack 'em up in this realistic Internet pool game. Choose from two challenging game modes against an AI opponent, with several customizable features. Elaborate, rich visuals show your ball's path and give you a realistic feel for where it'll end up. our aim will never be the same after playing this exciting game. You'll have fewer misses with lines from the cue showing the ball's potential path. With several customizable features, you will be an expert in no time. Have fun!
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How to Play 8 Ball Pool Game
Playing 8-ball pool online is one of the best ways to spend your free time. The game inspires your competitive spirit and challenges you to refine your talents. Before starting your pool game, you have the option to choose easy, medium, and hard. The harder it is the more accurate the opponent's moves will be. You aim your pool cue and set the power of a shot by holding the mouse button. Your goal is to pocket the colored pool balls of your type, while preventing your opponent from doing the same. After you pocket all seven of your pool balls, you need to pocket the eight ball (black ball) to win — hence the name 8-ball pool. You must also pocket the black ball exactly into the pocket you choose. Be careful! Hitting the black ball into the wrong pocket, or pocketing the black ball before the other seven, results in an instant loss.
Fun Pool Facts for Kids
There are many fun pool facts for kids. Did you know that Billiards or Pool evolved from a lawn game similar to croquet played sometime during the 15th century in Northern Europe. Throughout history, billiards has bridged the gap between the aristocracy and the masses. Both gentlemen and street toughs played. Pool is one of the safest sports in the world (unless you get smacked in the face with the cue ball, that's never fun!). There are 15 colored balls in billiards, 7 solid, 7 striped and the black 8-ball. The world's largest billiard hall was built during billiards Golden Age. The Recreation, a mammoth seven-story health spa, was a bustling Detroit business in the 1920's. It featured 103 tables, 88 bowling lanes, 20 barber chairs, three manicuring stands, 14 cigar stands, a lunch counter on each floor, a restaurant that could seat 300, and an exhibition room with theater seating, that could accommodate 250 spectators. (Now that sounds like a great place to go for Family Night!)