62 thoughts on “8 Ball Pool Hack Tool v.2.11

  1. balinderk2000

    From my understanding of the rules, whenever the cue ball is scratched, you pull out one of your previously sunk balls. is this true? or is it only when you make a ball, that you pull a previously sunk ball? Also if i scratched on the cue ball and I sunk my opponent’s ball, do i pull his ball out, or mine?

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  2. Dark_LovexXx

    In American pool (8 ball)- You are on the black 8 ball and your opponent still has 3 balls remaining. You scratch and pot the white cue ball. Do you lose or is it a foul and your opponent have ball in hand?

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  3. Franklin Bluth

    9 Ball (For me it was 3 Racks in a row)
    8 Ball (For me it 2 racks in a row) I don’t play much 8 ball
    Straight Pool (For me 41 Ball Run)
    Bank Pool (Broke and ran a rack once)
    10 Ball (2 racks in a row)

    I am most proud of Breaking an Running the Bank Pool (Though Running 2 racks in a row 10 ball was cool too)

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  4. Matt

    Do most 8 ball tournaments allow trick shots? Nothing to crazy mostly just hopping the cue ball over other billiards to get it to another point on the table and jumping it on top of the rail and making it roll past other billiards pretty much similar to 3 cushion carom.

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  5. arronwrath

    Two questions regarding 8-ball…

    1. If my opponent pockets his cue ball, can i place the cue ball anywhere on the table or can it be placed only inside the kitchen (the D)?
    2. If my opponent commits a foul by hitting the wrong ball, do i get two shots or do i get to place the cue ball anywhere on the table?

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  6. David

    So me and my friend were playing pool and then at the last shot his white ball went inside with 8 ball, does he lose? (please cite your info so i can prove to him that he lost)

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  7. Jason

    my friend and I were playing pool and he hit all of his balls in. So he calls a pocket for the 8 ball and hits it in but there were too many balls in the pocket so the 8 ball bounced out and landed in a different pocket. who wins?

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  8. Bryan J

    Me and my friend, Sam, have reached a disagreement about pool. I shot the 8 ball in the pocket that I called on my last shot, but I also sunk the cue ball. Do I still win, if not, what do I do? Thank you.

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  9. Jerosh Nagulachandran

    I play allot of UK(8-ball) pool. I am a decent potter and decent at positional play. But no matter what I do the Cue(white) ball keeps jumping off the table at least half the times I break. Surly someone out there must have had the same or heard of the same problem!!!!!

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  10. have faith

    Hello all. I’m looking for a beginner pool (8 ball) cue that is inexpensive and reasonably good. What is the price range that I should look for? What is the appropriate length and other dimensions? I don’t want anything crazy, just something I can practice with.

    Thanks!

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  11. simply complicated

    I was wondering if the 9.5mm snooker cue with a brass ferrule would be a better pick for 8-ball just for the simple reason that you have to be more accurate on a 12 foot snooker table then on a regular 7-9 foot pool table. I just want to make sure before I spend the money that there isnt a specific reason why people dont use snooker cues for pool and be out the money. Thanks.

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  12. Hotshot t

    i’ve been playing pool with a couple buddies and they say you lose if you scratch on the break, you lose if you hit the opponents ball before you hit the 8 ball in while your shooting for it, and you lose if you someone else’s ball in if you’re going for the 8 ball?? i need some clarifications from some real pool players out there.

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  13. Jamal

    I am very interested and involved with pool competition, and am always seeking ways to improve my game. I am wide open to suggestions for improving a good game. I carry a 5 rating presently and utilize carom, banks, kicks and combinations. I am experimenting with methods to move the 8 ball on the break without much success. Any Sharks willing to share tips?

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  14. Ssshhhh Im becoming aroused

    I am looking for a site that has 8-ball and 9-ball pool like the site Iwin used to have. I have tried pogo, yahoo and an array of other sites, but they are not like Iwin. If anyone knows a good site please let me know. Thanks

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  15. Ssshhhh Im becoming aroused

    I want to invite to play my friend in 8 ball pool on mobile, and i dont know even how to search for friends
    Thanks for the answers

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  16. JackReynolds

    I used to really enjoy 8 ball pool, but lately, you need loads of credits and it is really annoying… anyone else annoyed?

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  17. alberto s

    I have just recently got a pool table. It’s been like 3 days now and I played a lot on it. I just realized today that there were some weird white marks that look kind of distracting on the covering. (by the way, it is red color). So what are those marks? How do you get rid of them?

    Also, one more thing, my pool table is an 8 by 4 and i have american 8 ball pool balls. Could I buy snooker balls and play on my table? Or is it too small?

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  18. Jeffery Carlson

    I understand that there are multiple leagues that each have their own set of “official” pool rules. This leads to my question: For the average pool player in the United States, what pool association is recommended to follow for these “official” rules? I mostly play 8-ball.

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  19. clntvrrt

    In 8-ball pool, my opponent and I had finished pocketing all the solids and stripes. Either one of us had to pocket the 8-ball to win.

    If one of us tries to pocket the 8-ball, but misses and the cue ball never hits the 8-ball, is it considered a foul? Would the opponent get a ball-in-hand?

    Provide a link to the site with 8-ball rules and regulations if possible

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  20. josh12rox

    Lets say my opponent still has 4 more stripes to pocket, however I’ve already pocketed all the solid balls, so my object ball is the 8-ball. The 8-ball is currently behind the head string, and it’s my opponents turn. He scratches.

    The rules say that on a scratch, you cannot make contact with a ball behind the head string. Does this mean I have to shoot across the table and if I don’t make contact with the 8-ball, I lose?? I’ve heard that if you table scratch on the 8-ball, you automatically lose, no exceptions. If this is true, wouldn’t it be strategic for opponent to intentionally scratch if he notices the 8-ball is behind the head string?

    This doesn’t seem logical at all. Please help?? I hope my question made sense. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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  21. joevsyou

    I usually beat him by default( him hitting the 8 ball in). I can’t practice shooting pool due to it’s not my pool table it';s my grandparents and we go over there once a week. So how do I beat him?

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  22. Boo Cookie

    I usually beat him by default( him hitting the 8 ball in). I can’t practice shooting pool due to it’s not my pool table it';s my grandparents and we go over there once a week. So how do I beat him?

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  23. Mak Sultan

    The age old question that has started many fights in pubs and clubs. In pool (8 Ball) can you shoot backwards from the D if your opponent fouls?

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  24. Lucas H

    Why not a nine or a seven ball, these numbers have a lot of symbolism behind them.

    Is it because the game of 8 ball or the mystique of its black color?

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  25. Disrae

    I have a client who enjoys shooting 8-ball pool and is fairly decent. He’s been asking me about forming a league and I was wondering if such a league already existed. Any info?

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  26. louisewoods1984

    i start playing Miniclip 8 Ball pool on facebook.
    there is a option to claim to get 30fb credits which require my Card detail.
    is this fake?

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  27. Brian

    I’ve played 8-ball, 9-ball, one pocket and I’ve heard of straight pool even though I’ve never actually played it. Are there any other games that can be played on a regular 9-foot pool table?

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  28. joevsyou

    When people play 8 ball pool, you have to rack them. But how do the balls go in order. I need to know.

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  29. nathan

    what is a good website to play 8 ball internet pool that i dont have to pay WHERE THE PLAYERS ARE FORCED to place to cue ball in the kitchen after a scratch? im tired of playing yahoo and 8 ball mini clips where ppl place the cue ball in a perfect position to run the table after you scratch. links please?

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  30. maskills24

    It is a 8 ball double elimination tournament. I have a 16 man bracket but I am unsure about where to put the byes in the beginning and also where to put them as people progress to the loser’s bracket.

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  31. Echo

    In American pool (8 ball)- You are on the black 8 ball and your opponent still has 3 balls remaining. You scratch and pot the white cue ball. Do you lose or is it a foul and your opponent have ball in hand?

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  32. MexicanDude

    In 8-ball pool, my opponent and I had finished pocketing all the solids and stripes. Either one of us had to pocket the 8-ball to win.

    If one of us tries to pocket the 8-ball, but misses and the cue ball never hits the 8-ball, is it considered a foul? Would the opponent get a ball-in-hand?

    Provide a link to the site with 8-ball rules and regulations if possible

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  33. norrin_shadowwolf

    I am playing online pool but i am clueless as to how to select on my own, the hole convenient for me to place the 8 ball.

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  34. Picean

    there are awards to unlock on the 8 ball pool multiplayer that are to do with tournaments but there in no option in taking part in one when you choose to play the game.

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  35. The Inc

    Ok I have just put my name down for an online 8 ball pool tournament but they will not let the tournament start till the have filled the 65 places, I think about 28 places have gone.
    If anyone is up for it and they think they have the skill to win, reply to this question and I will send you or add the details to this question.

    Although I want you to enter so it starts sooner , I still think I will win it or atleast win runner up prize .

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  36. Joe T

    Im playing in a tournament on sunday and im used to 8 ball. What are the strategies to the 9 nine ball game? How should my mentality change?
    Thanks

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  37. Sir fliesalot

    I am trying to use cheat engine 6.3 to hack the coins in 8 ball pool.I have done it succesfully and it dislplays my pool coins on the game after i collect the 25 coins.i seen on youtube.
    i try to buy stuff but it does not let me and it does not let me play higher money games
    please tell me what i am doing wrong…
    any questions in the answers i will add extra detail
    thanks

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  38. Chris R

    A dart player who also plays 8 ball pool (he is better at darts than at pool) said darts is more difficult than pool. That cracked me up. Clearly, pool has more variables (like cloth speed, cue etc) and there is bigger % of luck involved in pool compared to darts. Also in pool, you are playing your opponents directly who can force you to make errors while in darts, you are actually playing by yourself to hit a certain score. Your opponent in darts cannot directly influence you. So IMHO is more difficult but what do you all think?

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  39. Mark

    My friend and I were playing pool and I sunk the 8-ball on the break.

    I had never done that before. Is that a win or a loss?

    Thanks

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  40. whites are not the only racists

    My best run is a 44 and whenever I practice I usually get several runs in the 20s or early 30s but lately if feels as If I am not progressing at and staying at the same level.

    I really want to get good at straight pool.

    Please note if you don’t know the difference between Straight pool, 8 ball, 9 ball etc please don’t bothering answering. Last time I asked a straight pool question I got mostly answers about holding the stick and chalking LOL

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  41. Wooooody

    I am planning to buy samsung galaxy tab 2. will i be able to watch and download youtube videos on it and play games on facebook that require flashplayer like 8 ball pool?

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  42. Matthew

    I have just recently got a pool table. It’s been like 3 days now and I played a lot on it. I just realized today that there were some weird white marks that look kind of distracting on the covering. (by the way, it is red color). So what are those marks? How do you get rid of them?

    Also, one more thing, my pool table is an 8 by 4 and i have american 8 ball pool balls. Could I buy snooker balls and play on my table? Or is it too small?

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  43. vanvark83

    in playing 8 ball pool. if a player calls his shot on the 8 ball and does not call a combination and the 8 ball hits of the other players ball before it goes in the called pocket does it count as a legal shot or does he have to call the 8 ball of the opponents ball.

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  44. Travoiz

    Me and my friend are skyping and we live very far form each other (I moved away a while ago) and we want to play online games. we were on miniclip playing 8 ball pool multiplayer but we would rather action games and stuff… which games can we play?

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  45. Beavis

    What if you miss (scratch) when shooting for the 8-ball in a game of pool?

    Does it matter if the previous shot to shoting for the 8-ball was your shot?

    Can you EVER miss the 8-ball when (when shooting for it) and NOT lose?

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  46. Benihana

    9 Ball (For me it was 3 Racks in a row)
    8 Ball (For me it 2 racks in a row) I don’t play much 8 ball
    Straight Pool (For me 41 Ball Run)
    Bank Pool (Broke and ran a rack once)
    10 Ball (2 racks in a row)

    I am most proud of Breaking an Running the Bank Pool (Though Running 2 racks in a row 10 ball was cool too)

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  47. Lia-lu-li

    So far I only have one friend on miniclip, Rob, and he is automatically added onto your friend list when you join up. I have seen several ways to add friends in multiplayer games (like my favourite, 8 ball pool multiplayer) but I do not know how to add them onto my player page as friends. It is very confusing! Anybody know how?

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  48. Ed D

    I would like a list of apps for Apple and Android products that are competitive. For example, the app Draw Something because two or more players can compete against eachother, or 8 ball pool where two players face off. People who can name these apps please separate them by Apple or Android, and also if you could name some apps with Apple/ Android compatibility (Both devices can play the same game) you will get best answer.

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  49. Spider Pc

    I love 8 ball pool. do you have any tips for playing it, and any special or fancy terms to use?

    plz explain in detail.

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  50. rndmaktn

    Im male (obviously). i play sports with females on many occassions, and its quite difficult to play against them. exmaple, in rough sports i never am able to tackle them down, and i never target them in dodgeball. and in 8 ball pool i always let them have another shot when they completely screw up. so why is it so difficult to play against girls?

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  51. SKATEskum

    I really like the 8 Ball Pool Multiplayer game on miniclip.com, the physics and looks are very nice but there is no chat. Then there is OMGPOP, where there is a chat but the game itself is hideous. Are there any good online multiplayer pool games with chat?

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