Please remember we do not use a patch when shooting the 8-Ball
This rule was voted in by a majority of captains. Players still must clearly call the pocket that where they plan on pocketing the 8-ball. Opposing players should politely ask if it is not clear where the shooter is attempting to pocket the 8-ball.
This is to ensure everyone knows the definition of an ERO. An ERO is an eight ball run out on a players first turn at the table (a break is considered a turn at the table). All 15 balls must be on the table at the start of the shooters turn at the table. There are really two chances for an ERO: 1) the player breaking breaks and runs the table or 2) the opponent runs the table after a dry break that resulted in all 15 balls remaining on the table.
Please note an ERO is not an automatic 10-0. The opposing player receives credit for any of their object balls dropped during a player’s ERO.
Match Envelopes must be at the Entersection no later than 6pm on Wednesday
Captains – Please ensure that you get your match’s envelope to the Entersection no later than 6pm on the Wednesday immediately following the match you played. Penalties are enforced on late or missing envelopes.
Week 2 ERO’s 10-0 & 8BB
ERO’s – Jeff Brooks – Naked Sticks, Larry Viergever – Smokin 8’s, Mike Destefano – 8-Ball Hustlers, Bob New Comer – 8-Ball Hustlers, Jack Robinson – Who’s Next
10-0’s – Margarita Makeeva – Hard 8, Jack Birkner – Sharks, Brian Delaney – Shank and Bank
8BB’s – Will Smith – Cool Shots, Adam Torreano – Shank and Bank