losing hazard

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losing hazard ‎(plural losing hazards)

  1. (English billiards) When one's cue ball bounces off another ball and then sinks into a pocket. If the ball which one's cue ball bounced off from is the red ball, then one scores three points; but if the ball which one's cue ball bounced off from is the opponent's cue ball, then one scores two points.

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