Unlimited Versatility: Endless Fun with Pool Games!

Pool Table in Phoenix, Arizona

Pool is an incredibly versatile game. From the classic 8-ball to a modern variation like one pocket, there are plenty of variations on the game that will keep you entertained for hours. Whether you’re looking for a competitive game between friends or just something to pass the time, there’s something for everyone when it comes to pool.

Classic 8-ball

The classic game that made pool tables a national phenomenon, 8-ball is the most popular. Whether you’re a novice or an experienced pool shark, 8-ball is a timeless game. It’s easy enough for beginners to get the hang of it and can still offer a challenge for those who’ve been playing for years. To win the 8-ball, you must pocket all your balls (solids or stripes) and then legally sink the 8-ball.

Bank Pool

If you think 8-ball is too easy, then bank pool might be the game for you. This game is played on a standard pool table but requires more precision and technique than 8-ball. In bank pool, the goal is to shoot the cue ball off the cushion and bounce it into any of your object balls. To win, you must pocket at least four of your balls and then legally sink the 8-ball.


Like 8-ball, nine-ball is a classic game that’s easy for beginners to learn. However, it requires much more strategic thinking than 8-ball. In nine-ball, you must pocket your balls in numerical order (so 9 is the last ball sunk). Since you’re only allowed to hit the lowest-numbered ball on the table, this game requires great skill and accuracy.

One Pocket

One Pocket is the perfect choice if you’re looking for a game that tests your skills. In one pocket, you must choose one of the six pockets at the start of the game and then try to sink all your balls in that pocket. This game is a great way to test your accuracy, as you’ll need to control the cue ball to win precisely.

If you are looking for pool tables to play on, check out our collection at Billiard Gallery. We have a wide variety of high-quality pool tables, shuffleboards, darts, arcades, and foosball in Phoenix. Contact Billiard Gallery today to get started!