This can be a tough choice. Decide on a Pool Game to play, find a Pool Table and Get Busy.
What's Your favorite Billiards Game?
Do you like a fast and loose game?
9 ball, 7 ball, 5 ball or 3 ball are fast and loose.
Are you into patience and strategy?
One pocket may be the game for you.
How about middle of the road?
Play some 8 ball or straight pool.
My personal favorite game is 9 ball. It's fast and exciting and you have to focus on getting to the next ball. Keep that cue ball in line and play some fast paced 9 ball.
My second choice is close one, between 8 ball and 14.1 straight pool. I have to give 8 ball the edge. Straight pool takes longer to play and there are not many organized tournaments or leagues for straight pool.
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In Pueblo Colorado, you do not have a choice on what pool game to play when it comes to the most competitive league in town.
We play 8 ball in the winter and 9 ball in the summer. Most tournaments in Pueblo are 8 ball as well.
I find 8 ball to be the most common for leagues and tournaments and 9 ball for one on one gambling action. This is based only on my observations from playing pool all over Colorado.