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Pocket Run Pool Cheats: Tips & Strategy Guide

Pocket Run Pool Cheats: Tips & Strategy Guide

Pocket Run Pool is the classic Pool game with an arcade twist. Pocket the balls, but aim for the right pocket to score the most amount of points! There’s a bit of strategy here to the already precision game of Pool, so our Pocket Run Pool cheats and tips will show you how to pocket like a pro.

Pocket Run Pool is deceptively simple with its easy to play but hard to master design. That’s why we’ve got some helpful tricks to show you how to get closer and closer to that coveted perfect run. So, let’s get started with our Pocket Run Pool cheats, tips and tricks strategy guide!

Scratch to reposition!

At some point you will eventually hit the cue ball into an unfavorable position with no possible shots where it’s currently at. Something that you should keep in mind is that should you scratch, all balls that were hit in the process will stay where they are, and the score multipliers will NOT rotate. The only thing that resets back to its original position is the cue ball.

This means that should you find yourself in this situation, it may be better to scratch on purpose to get one of the other balls into a better position for the desired score multiplier.

Keep your extra cue balls for more points!

With tip number one in mind, try not to lose too many of your extra cue balls. An extra cue ball is worth ten points, so if you finish a game without losing a single cue ball you’ll receive 30 bonus points at the end. This can be the cherry-on-top for an already good run, so if you’re chasing really high scores you’ll want to be as perfect as possible.

Pocket the 8-ball for a rotate!

Pocketing the 8-ball at any point will force the score multipliers to rotate in random fashion. This can be useful if you’re aiming for a specific ball and pocket combination and they’re in the most ideal places. Just keep in mind that you can only do this once a game, so make sure that you use it at a crucial time!

Pocket a ball at the very beginning for lots of points!

At the very start of a game, all pockets are worth x10 points! With a well-placed shot and maybe a little bit of luck, you might end up giving yourself a headstart if you can pocket multiple balls on the first hit. The best you can do is angle your cue ball so that the balls disperse in the direction you want, and then use a fully powered shot. Hope for the best!

Try out High Stakes Pool!

Insta-Tournament lets you compete on a pre-fixed table to see who can get the best score. You’ll win currency based on how you do, which can be spent to enter the High Stakes Pool. As the name implies, High Stakes Pool is all or nothing – you enter by betting a wager, and if you win, you’ll get it back plus more, but if you lose you lose everything!

That’s not the best part, though – in High Stakes Pool, the better you’re doing, the more “conditions” will activate. Conditions are additional obstacles to make the game harder, like random bumpers placed on the table, or the balls randomly change size. It’s a fun and frantic mode and you should give it a go!

That’s all for Pocket Run Pool. If you have any other tips or tricks to share, let us know in the comments below!

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