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Under most rules if you fail to hit your object ball it is a foul, not a scratch. The foul will mean ball-in-hand to your opponent.
Hitting the cue ball in is a foul referred to as a scratch. The colored ball does not count under most Rules.
The Answer is zero , if you scratch or miss the eight ball completely the opponent automatically wins no matter how many balls he / she has left on the table
No it becomes automatic ball in hand
Technically, is a scratch, but most people will just let you put it back.
Whoever sinks the 8 ball wins as long as it is in the correctly called pocked and the shooter does not scratch. No points per ball in 8 ball.
Under most pool game rules, if the cue ball fails to hit the object ball, or it hits and a ball then does not go in a pocket or hit a rail it is a foul. The other player will get ball in hand.
No, quite the opposite, you win. And if you are playing for money the loser has to pay 9 times more then the original bet. p.s. send £50 to You'vebeenscammed, Your Stupid Road, Gullable, Warwickshire if this ever occurs
No, you only loose if you scratch after making the eight ball.
In pocket billiards, a scratch is a slang term to refer to a foul where the cue ball either goes into a pocket or leaves the table. After a scratch, the next player gets "ball-in-hand" with the cue ball. This allows them to place the ball anywhere on the table, or, depending upon house rules or if the scratch occurred on the break, placing it behind the head string. In 8 Ball, if the scratch occurs and the 8 ball is pocketed as well, it is a loss of game - under some House Rules, a scratch when shooting the 8 ball is automatic loss of game.
A ball in the hand is worth two in the bush.
it is a scratch throw when you throw the ball it will go straght