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" If after the striker has made a miss or a coup, the adversary, thinking the game is over, takes up a ball, he, (the last striker) may have the balls replaced as they were, or break the balls. "
Billiards Without a Master - Page 36
by Michael Phelan - 1850 - 127 pages
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The game of billiards: scientifically explained, and practically set forth ...

Edwin Kentfield - History - 1850 - 54 pages
...striker has made a canon or a hazard, he take up the ball, thinking the game is over, the adversary has the option of breaking the balls, or having them...supposing the game to be over, he loses the game. 38 39 55. If, after the striker has made a miss or a coup, the adversary, thinking the game is over,...
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Bohn's New Hand-book of Games

Henry George Bohn, G. Walker, J. Sturges - Games - 1850 - 652 pages
...the game is over, the adversary has the option of breaking the balls, or having them replaced. 45. If after the striker has made a miss, or a coup, he takes up a ball, supposing the game to be over, he loses the game. 46. If after the striker has made...
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The Billiard Book, Volume 1

George Frederick Pardon - Billiards - 1866 - 261 pages
...the game is over, the adversary has the option of breaking the balls, or having them replaced. — If, after the striker has made a Miss or a Coup, he...supposing the game to be over, he loses the game. — If, after the striker has made a Miss- or a Coup, the adversary, thinking the game is over, take...
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The hand-book of games: comprising new or carefully revised treatises on ...

H.G. Bohn - Card games - 1867 - 617 pages
...the game is over, the adversary has the option of breaking the balls, or having them replaced. 45. If after the striker has made a miss, or a coup, he takes up a ball, supposing the game to be over, he loses the game. 46. If after the striker has made...
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Billiards for beginners, by captain Crawley

George Frederick Pardon - 1868
...striker has made a canon or a hazard, he take up the ball, thinking the game is over, the adversary has the option of breaking the balls, or having them...If, after the striker has made a miss or a coup, he takes up a ball, supposing the game to be over, he loses the game. 55. If, after the striker has made...
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