Pocketing the 9-Ball on the Break
If a player pockets the 9-Ball off of the break, and the cue ball is not scratched or a foul does not occur, it is considered a 10-0 win.
Pocking the 9-Ball on the break while committing a foul (such as a scratch) results in ball in hand for your opponent. The 9-ball is spotted.
RO in 9-Ball
This is to ensure everyone knows the definition of an RO. A RO is a nine ball run out on a players first turn at the table (a break is considered a turn at the table). All 9 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 9 balls remaining on the table.
Please note an ERO is a 10-0 in 9-ball.
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 1 Runouts
Gary Drilling – Naked Sticks, Bill Bloom – 8-Up, Dave Leggat – 8-Up, Troy Strauss – Solids and Stripes