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Billiards in San Francisco,California

Posted last September 7, 2015, 9:20 am in Nightlife report article

A two-player cue sport played with two cue balls and one red ball, on a snooker sized table.Billiards: cue sports in general, including pool, carom billiards, snooker, etc.; the term "billiards" by itself is also sometimes used to refer to any of the following more specifically:Carom billiards (also known as French billiards) games in general (a chiefly non-British usage).

Billiard Palacade
Family Billiards
Town & Country Billiards
San Pablo Billiards
Twenty Third Billiard
Fillmore Billiard
Legend Billiards SF
Berkeley Public
Rack Em Up Billiards
Crown Billiards
Classic Billiards
A-1 Pool Tables
Sequoia Billiard Supply
Admiral Pool Tables Inc
Buffalo Billiards
San Francisco Billiard Academy
Santa Clara Billiards
South First Billiards
Edgie's Billiards
Lucky Shot Billiards
Sharks Pool Tables
Ace Billiard Services
Billiard Wholesale
Billiard Gods Productions
Nguyen Trai Billiards
West Side Billiards
T & H Camino Center
California Billiard Supply
Billco's Billiards and Darts
Sharkees Billiards
Shoreline Billiards
California Billiard Club
Universe Billiards
Presidio Bowling Center
Mission Bowling Club
Lucky Strike San Francisco
San Francisco Lawn Bowling Club
Classic Bowling Center
AMF Southshore Lanes
All American Trophy & All American Bowling
Yerba Buena
Just Bowling Pro Shop
Albany Bowl
Brentwood Bowl
Country Club Bowl
Ohana Pro Shop
Sea Bowl
Manor Bowl
Bel Mateo Bowl
Danville Bowl
Earl Anthony's Dublin Bowl
Kentwig LanesPaddock Bowl
AMF Pinole Valley Lanes

Cloverleaf Family Bowl
Granada Bowl
Bowlmor Cupertino
AMF Boulevard Lanes
Serra Bowl
R & J Bowling Equipment Inc 

Electric billiards, an obsolete term for pinball (from billard électrique in French,in which pinball is today called flipper aborrowingfrom.English),Billiard (number), the long-scale name used in most European languages for the number 1015 (called quadrillion in the short scale generally used in English).Dynamical billiards, the mathematical theory of particle trajectories within a closed reflective boundary.