This game is very similar to English Billiards, in which points are accrued for "colliding two balls", called cannons. This is different to most cue sport games, in which the object is to actually sink balls. Carom is a game in which the players compete for a pre-determined time period, rather than until the balls have been sunk. It is generally played on an english billiard table, of three quarter size, which is 8 foot x 4 foot.

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General Rules For Carom Billiards
Features the rules that are in use for playing Carom at Billy Aardd's Club, NMIMT, Socorro, NM.
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