Except when clearly contradicted by these additional rules, the General Rules of Carom Billiards apply.
TYPE OF GAME
A game played to a set number of points. Different ball combinations provide different points values.
Two to six players.
Carom table: 10', 9' or 8'.
Six carom balls (61.5mm): (Aramith does make carom balls for this game.)
Shaker bottle with peas numbered 1 through 6. Another container for exchanged peas.
Poker chips. Denominations of: 1, 5, and 10. Starting amount is typically 100.
Something for each player to keep his score on.
The points a player scores are added to their scoreboard.
The black ball must be the first ball contact in any carom for it to be valid. Points are awarded based on the color of the second ball contacted as shown below.
Note that the order of contact is important for valid scoring.
Wins the pot plus the cost of re-entry from each player.
The shooting order for the next set has the winner taking the opening shot. The second shooter is the first player out. The third shooter is the second player out. The remaining players will choose shooting order by lot.
Player must shoot away from the ball the cue is frozen to. (No re-spotting allowed.)