# Your question: What Colour is the 6 ball in pool?

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Number Color
Number 5 Orange
Number 6 Green
Number 7 Burgundy
Number 8 Black

## What Colour balls are used in pool?

The game is played with 22 balls, made up of one white ball (the cue ball), 15 red balls, and six numbered coloured balls including one yellow 2, one green 3, one brown 4, one blue 5, one pink 6, and one black (valued at 7 points).

## What color is the 9-ball?

The cue ball , which is usually a solid shade of white (but may be spotted in some tournaments), is struck to hit the other balls on the table. The remaining balls are numbered 1 through 9, each a distinct color, with the 9-ball being striped yellow and white.

## Are pool balls always the same color?

Every “solid” (balls 1-7) have a different color, and every “stripe” (balls 9-15) uses the same color as the corresponding “solid” (e.g., the 1-ball and 9-ball are both yellow). If you add 8 to a solid number, you get the corresponding stripe number of the same color.

## What are the colors in 8 ball?

The balls are usually colored as follows:

• 1 and 9: yellow.
• 2 and 10: blue.
• 3 and 11: red.
• 4 and 12: purple.
• 5 and 13: orange.
• 6 and 14: green.
• 7 and 15: maroon.
• 8: black.

## How can you tell vintage pool balls?

The Blacklight Test

Plastic is going to fluoresce blue or a bluish-white underneath a blacklight so in some cases this can quickly sort out an ivory ball from an old or ‘antiqued’ plastic resin ball.

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1 solid yellow
6 solid green
7 solid maroon
8 solid black
9 yellow stripe

## What happens if you hit the wrong ball in 9 ball?

“Wrong Ball First” and “No Rail” fouls are suspended for the shot. If no foul is committed on a push out, the other player may play the next shot, or may pass the shot to the opponent.

## Do you have to call pocket in 9 ball?

If a player pockets any ball on a legal shot, he remains at the table for another shot, and continues until he misses, fouls, or wins the game by pocketing the 9-ball. … Players are not required to call any shot.

## How do you win in pool?

The object of pool is to pot all of your designated balls (either stripes or solids) and then pot the 8 ball, thus winning the game. As pool matches often consist of several games in a ‘best out of’ format, players attempt to win as many games as needed to win the match.

## Why are billiard balls numbered?

So why do pool balls have numbers? Essentially, pool balls have numbers to make the wide variety of different games possible. In concert with the color variations, the numbers make many billiard games easy to play where they would otherwise be frustrating.

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## Are striped pool balls bigger than solids?

Definition of Striped Balls

They are so called striped balls because of the wide white stripe that runs the center of the ball. It has also been claimed that because of an optical illusion, striped balls often appear larger to the eye than do solid balls.

## What happens if you hit the 8 ball in on the break?

If you scratch on the break you don’t automatically lose, the other player just gets ball in hand behind the head string. Likewise, if you sink the 8 ball on the break, you don’t win. You either spot the 8 ball or re-rack. Traditionally, 8 ball is a “call shot” game.

## What are the rules for 8 ball pool?

Eight Ball is a call shot game played with a cue ball and fifteen object balls, numbered 1 through 15. One player must pocket balls of the group numbered 1 through 7 (solid colors), while the other player has 9 thru 15 (stripes). THE PLAYER POCKETING HIS GROUP FIRST AND THEN LEGALLY POCKETING THE 8-BALL WINS THE GAME.

## Do you have to call every shot in pool?

Calling the Shots

If the shot is obvious, you don’t have to call it, but your opponent is entitled to ask if he or she is not sure. If you pot a ball that you did not call (called “slopping”), official rules say to leave the ball in the pocket. However, many people prefer to return the slopped ball to the footspot.