PoolGames.org Website Offers Variety of Flash Pool Games

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Pool fans can now play a handful of pool games online on this pool dedicated portal and arcade.

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Every pool enthusiastic should give this website a visit! (Lucas Anderson, Inside Pool Magazine)

PoolGames.org is pleased to announce to online pool players the availability of their website, offering a variety of flash billiards games. At PoolGames.org players can choose between nine different kinds of pool games to test their skill, knowledge, and patience. Best of all, there's no need to be a member of the website to play. All games are free of charge and can be enjoyed as many times as the individual user prefers.

One of the favorite games is called Pool Jam, a standard billiards game in which the player tries to clear as many balls from the table as he can in three minutes. Even for the skilled player, three minutes is not a lot of time, but a table can be cleared with enough practice. Other games include a classic 8-ball, 9-ball, team pool, and lightning break.

One of the more challenging aspects of the games at PoolGames.org is the fact that each one is played slightly different from the rest. You'll have to master different ways of aiming and shooting depending on the game you're playing. And in some of the games, it is more difficult than others.

On the site's main page, PoolGames.org gives a brief history of how billiards came to be and about pool terminology. It traces the history of cue sports back to the 15th century Europe when similar games were played outdoors in the grass. As the game was moved indoors onto a fabric covered table, cues were introduced and the evolution of pool had begun. By the time Shakespeare was at the top his writing career, billiards was so popular that he mentioned it in his work. By the early 1800s billiards had become the most popular game in Britain and had crossed the Pond to America.

Most modern billiards games enjoyed today come from variations and rule changes made between the late 1920s and the 1950s. Although modern billiards still retains some similarities with the ancient game, it has evolved to the point where it's become completely unique in many aspects. Billiards is enjoyed around the world, but the British and the Americans still tend to be most fond of this centuries-old pastime.

About PoolGames.org

PoolGames.org is a website devoted to providing flash pool games free of charge to users all over the world. The site does not require membership of any kind and is supported through a small sidebar of Google ads. Users can play as often and as long as they choose without any obligation. You'll find the site to be quick loading, easy to use, and unencumbered by unnecessary graphics and applets. Moving from one game to the next is fairly simple, and of the flash objects work flawlessly. For more information, or simply to enjoy flash pool games. Feel free to contact PoolGames.org at: admin(at)poolgames(dot)org.


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