Over 300 Ways to Play Billiards Book
Over 300 Ways to Play Billiards Book - Click to enlarge

Over 300 Ways to Play Billiards Book

$30.00$18.81You Save: $11.19 (37%)Item #: BIG00001
Usually ships the next business day Shipping Info
Ozone Benefits

The Over 300 Ways to Play Billiards Book is an all encompassing book including game variations of carom, snooker, and pool. Author James Childers spent 4 years and thousands of hours compiling all of the games in this book. Every game is explained in detail and some of the more complex games feature instructive diagrams and multiple variations. Over 300 Ways to Play Billiards Book features:
  • Comprehensive encyclopedia of over 300 billiard games from around the world
  • Includes scorecards for more difficult games
  • Detailed diagrams
  • Many variations on the same game from different countries
  • Popular games as well as obscure ones
  • Great for beginners looking for a rule book or advanced players looking to expand their areas of expertise
  • Author: James Childers
Over 300 Ways to Play Billiards Book
3 Stars based on 5 Review(s)
Beaverton, OR
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

A really nice addition to any pool players library
June 7, 2012
This is a really well done book about billiards and the games you can play, with nice descriptions and drawings to help you understand the ins and outs of the games that are contained inside.

Georgetown, KY
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Add challenge and interest to your billiards.
June 3, 2012
This is an excellent book to add to your pool / billiard collection. Must players are only familiar with 3 - 5 games. This book provides beaucoup variations on existing games plus a multitude of new games. This helps to keep your interest in playing and provides new challenges to you both physically and mentally. A must for any true enthusist.

Butte, MT
1 Stars

Not enough pictures
May 31, 2012
The rules for almost all of the games I know are in the book as well as a couple of hundred I never heard of. That's the good part. The really bad part is there are not enough diagrams or pictures. For example I tried to follow the rules for Balk Line Billiards, but the rules don't make much sense without actually seeing some balls in play (it does show a table with the balk lines). Also, I played a lot of pill pool in WV and didn't see any of those games in the book.

2 Stars

like a database
May 31, 2012
The book intended to cover everything, and the end result of these kind of attempts have been the crowding of contents, difficult to understand pictures and unappealing look. The book stays on my bookshelf. I admit though that the cover of the book has a nice retro look

Mike A.
Chicago area
3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

A nice compendium of billiard games
May 18, 2012
A good publication to search out a billiard game to your liking.

FREE SHIPPING! With $50 Minimum purchase + Easy 1 Year Returns