Except when clearly contradicted by these additional rules, the General Rules of Carom Billiards apply.
TYPE OF GAME
Is a carom game wherein the shooter's cue ball must contact the cushions
of the table at least three times before first touching the second
object ball of his shot in order for the shooter to count a point.
Two individuals, or two teams.
Standard set of (3) balls, on a standard carom table (5'by 10').
OBJECT OF GAME
To reach a predetermined point count before your opponent.
One point is scored each time a legal count is made. A legal count is
scored any time the shooter causes his cue ball to contact three cushion
before first contacting the second object ball (both his opponent's cue ball
and the red ball ball must be contacted on the shot). The order of ball
and cushion contacts is otherwise irrelevant.
The red-ball must be the first object ball contacted on the break. The
non-breaker's cue ball is placed on the head spot and the red ball is
placed on the foot spot. The breaker must position his cue ball along
the head string no more than six inches away from his opponent's cue
RULES OF PLAY
A legal counting stroke entitles the shooter to continue at the
table until he fails to legally count.
The requirements of counting are described above under SCORING.
A player may go for the count, or play safe as decribed in the
General Rules of Carom Billiards.
PENALTIES FOR FOULS
Loss of turn.