Bullseye Billiards

Bullseye Billiards

Control your cue ball.

Do you know where your cue ball is going?

Running a rack requires good cue ball positioning, which takes practice.

With Bullseye Billiards, you will:

• Pocket more balls
• Run more racks and
• Win more games!

Practice should be fun!

Bullseye Billiards is played as a game on the table. Play with a friend or by yourself using multiple game styles. You won't even realize you are working to improve your skills!

One of the best instructional aids I've ever seen because it gets you to the table immediately doing what you need most to become a good player.

– Joe Tucker, Professional Billiards Instructor

Bullseye Billiards
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Improve your cue ball control by playing Bullseye Billiards!

When you can position the cue ball anywhere on the table, how many more balls and racks will you run?

Bullseye Billiards is a target game played on a billiard/pool table, designed for beginning and intermediate players to practice cue ball control. You can use Bullseye Billiards to get better at 9-ball, 8-ball, 10-ball, one-pocket, straight pool, rotation, snooker, and many other billiard games.

No more need for dull practice drills when you can play against friends or by yourself, and get quality practice at the same time. You won't even realize you are working to improve your skills!

Proven to Help Your Game

BCA Seal of Approval

Awarded the BCA Seal of Approval by the Billiard Congress America for its effectiveness for helping players improve their game.

Created by a PBIA Instructor

Jeremiah Gage has been studying billiards since 2001 and has been teaching since 2005. The PBIA is the largest international organization of professional billiard instructors.

Learn All 200 Shots

Designed for learning cue ball positioning. Shots include: fundamentals, follow, stun, draw, sidespin, universal positioning, rails, scratches, and advanced shots.

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