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Trivia brain teasers have some element of trivia in them, but they are not just pure trivia questions.


Puzzle ID:#31573
Fun:*** (2.52)
Difficulty:** (1.89)
Submitted By:BarticusAus****




At the billiard hall there are three pool tables. The first table is set up to play 7 Ball, the second table is set up to play 8 Ball, and the third table is set up to play 9 Ball. What is the total number of balls on the three tables?

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Jul 05, 2006

i didn't get that one....but i am ur first comment
Jul 06, 2006

Someone has been hanging around pool halls a might too much, me think. Good One.
Jul 07, 2006

i also dont get that one looks like you
are reallygood + & - because i am not
Jul 09, 2006

yeah, sorry I didn't really enjoy this one. It was really fun and it was alittle obvious
Jul 09, 2006

I meant 'wasn't'
Jul 13, 2006

duh, forgot to count the cue ball even after the hint
Aug 19, 2006

Actually I haven't been hanging around billiard halls, I have been watching ESPN Classic. I saw a game of 7 Ball and then wrote this teaser. The 7 Ball game was from 20 years ago. Does anyone play 7 Ball anymore?

It requires you to know three bits of trivia. If you know 8 Ball and one of the others you might guess right, but this one has little guess opportunity.

And then there's the trick part. More often than not, people will forget the cue balls, even if they read my hint. It's not really good use of the hint.
Jun 19, 2007

I GOT THIS ONE!! i love playing pool so this one was actually very easy for me

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