Bar billiards is played on a small sized table resembling a billiard table. It does not have side and corner pockets, it does have with 9 holes in the playing surface which are assigned certain point values (from 10 to 200). The game is most popular in the United Kingdom, and originated there in the 1930s. It is often played in pubs, as the table requires access from only one end.
The Online Guide to Traditional Games: Bar Billiards
Features information on the sport, with history, basic rules and descriptions of the various tables.
Wikipedia: Bar billiards
Provides an overview of the game, history and details of the Bar Billiards World Championships.
Last update:February 20, 2015 at 12:05:07 UTC