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  • Hoyle's Games Modernized Snooker Pool 1310681Hoyle's Games Modernized — Snooker Pool SNOOKER POOL. This increasingly popular version of the game
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  • General Counsels; The National Rules of Pool SNOOKER POOL Description of the Game; The National Rules of Snooker Pool CHESS The Board and Men; The Movements
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  • the billiard-room and devoted their powerful intellects exclusively to snooker-pool, leaving Martin free to talk undisturbed to Elsa. He had been doing
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  • Snooker Pool
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  • the young man confessed, with a satisfied chuckle. "Give you a black at snooker, what?" Dominey took his arm and led him into the billiard-room. "You will
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  • Snooker Pool→
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  • before white plays, and he takes his first stroke at the end of the round. Snooker Pool.—This is a game of many and elaborate rules. In principle it is a
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  • cobia, a robalo, a garfish, a Cape carangoid fish. [Dut. snoek, a pike.] Snooker, snōōk′ėr, n. a variety of the game of 'pool.' Snool, snōōl, v.i. (Scot
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