8 Ball Pool Cheats A great early start on pool cheat law. Tripping (accidentally, obviously) near the pool table and nudging your opponent’s signal while they’re about to hit their shot is a great opening kick. Apologize profusely afterward (a good tip is to try to look the other way while doing this, as if you were distracted by, say, a small.
8 Ball Pool Cheats Covering The Pockets With Your Fingers
Stand on the table, quietly chatting with people while you rest your hand on the table, without noticing that your fingers were covering the pocket that an easy shot of your opponent would drop. I have to point out that this is really painful if your opponent keeps shooting.
3. Get your opponent appallingly drunk.
A potentially expensive tactic, depending on your opponent’s drinking ability. Especially if you find, like most countries of the Western world, that their billiard skills improve with the more alcohol they push into their beaks.
4. Distraction GoodYear Balloon
Coughing loudly while your opponent takes a bullet will not work. Start. It doesn’t matter how many times you try. And trust me, I’ve tried this a lot. You’ll get much better results by throwing in the most surreal and random distraction factor possible. He points to a corner of the room and shouts: Oh my God! The Good Year Blimp! Just like they take their photos perfectly. And you can always say he was on TV if you were questioned later.
5. Stroke your opponent’s legs with a pool cue
Some might say this is wrong for many reasons, but gently caressing your opponent’s inner thigh, from the safe distance provided by careful use of a pool stick, is instant. More experienced cheating might head north, but be warned, this is a dangerous area (either arousing them excessively or hospitalizing them) and hard to interpret as a slip of the hand.
6. Blinding your opponent
The permanent damage to seeing your opponent is right outside the window. However, holding your hand in front of their eyes, or even just covering them up is fair enough if you can come up with a reasonable excuse. I have never been able to find a good excuse yet, but a sweet smile and an apology usually helps.
7. Stand directly next to the white ball.
I’m not saying you should go up on the table and hit the white ball, as you’ll likely be asked to leave politely. But are you standing in the exact spot where your opponent must take his shot? That’s good and great! This means that they either have to go for a more complex shot from a different angle, or try to capture the image around you. Very good if you really like your opponent and want to have the opportunity to get a little closer.
8. Bite your opponent.
I am not advocating taking pieces out of your opponent’s arms. Not completely. I admit that this is a somewhat extreme tactic. However, a simple, well-placed “playful” bite should influence their focus enough to make sure they miss their shot and possibly even a foul, giving you extra shots.
9. Touch your opponent.
Yup, we’re jumping into the more extreme cheat areas here. This is perhaps the most delicate fraud to investigate. While your opponent is lining up his shot, simply place your hand on his genitals, and the more focused they are, the more pressure you apply. Even if you lose a game of pool, this cheat still provides some benefits. One form of this is to flash your opponent, but this is a bit common.
10. Be good at the pool.
The most ridiculous suggestion I could make. If you fail any of the above methods, you can actually work on the entire game physics and practice a great deal of skills to achieve a certain level of pool-based proficiency.