What do pool balls look like?

Pool ball descriptions


One-Ball
The one-ball color is solid yellow, with a white dot. Inside the white dot is the number 1 printed in black. We call this pool ball Solid Yellow One, but when playing you would probably just call it the one-ball.

Two-Ball
The two-ball color is solid blue, with a white dot. Inside the white dot is the number 2 printed in black. We call this pool ball Solid Blue Two, but when playing you would probably just call it the two-ball.

Three-Ball
The three-ball color is solid red, with a white dot. Inside the white dot is the number 3 printed in black. We call this pool ball Solid Red Three, but when playing you would probably just call it the three-ball.

Four-Ball
The four-ball color is solid purple, with a white dot. Inside the white dot is the number 4 printed in black. We call this pool ball Solid Purple Four, but when playing you would probably just call it the four-ball. We have also seen the four-ball pink in some sets.

Five-Ball
The five-ball color is solid orange, with a white dot. Inside the white dot is the number 5 printed in black. We call this pool ball Solid Orange Five, but when playing you would probably just call it the five-ball.

Six-Ball
The six-ball color is solid green, with a white dot. Inside the white dot is the number 6 printed in black. We call this pool ball Solid Green Six, but when playing you would probably just call it the six-ball.

Seven-Ball
The seven-ball color is solid brown, with a white dot. Inside the white dot is the number 7 printed in black. We call this pool ball Solid brown Seven, but when playing you would probably just call it the seven-ball. We have also seen the seven-ball in different shades of brown.

Eight-Ball
The eight-ball color is solid black, with a white dot. Inside the white dot is the number 8 printed in black. We call this pool ball the eight-ball.

Nine-Ball
The nine-ball is white with a yellow band or stripe. Inside the band is a white dot. Inside the dot is the number 9 printed in black. We call this pool ball Yellow Striped Nine, but when playing you would probably just call it the nine-ball.

Ten-Ball
The Ten-ball is white with a blue band or stripe. Inside the band is a white dot. Inside the dot is the number 10 printed in black. We call this pool ball Blue Striped Ten, but when playing you would probably just call it the ten-ball.

Eleven-Ball
The eleven-ball is white with a red band or stripe. Inside the band is a white dot. Inside the dot is the number 11 printed in black. We call this pool ball Red Striped Eleven, but when playing you would probably just call it the eleven-ball.

Twelve-Ball
The twelve-ball is white with a purple band or stripe. Inside the band is a white dot. Inside the dot is the number 12 printed in black. We call this pool ball Purple Striped Twelve, but when playing you would probably just call it the twelve-ball. We have also seen the twelve-ball stripe pink in some sets.

Thirteen-Ball
The thirteen-ball is white with an orange band or stripe. Inside the band is a white dot. Inside the dot is the number 13 printed in black. We call this pool ball Orange Striped Thirteen, but when playing you would probably just call it the thirteen-ball.

Four-Ball
The fourteen-ball is white with a green band or stripe. Inside the band is a white dot. Inside the dot is the number 14 printed in black. We call this pool ball Green Striped Fourteen, but when playing you would probably just call it the fourteen-ball.

Fifteen-Ball
The fifteen-ball is white with a brown band or stripe. Inside the band is a white dot. Inside the dot is the number 15 printed in black. We call this pool ball Brown Striped Fifteen, but when playing you would probably just call it the fifteen-ball. We have also seen the fifteen-ball stripe in different shades of brown.

Cue Ball
The cue ball is all white.


Did you see a pool ball color trend? The solid and stripe colors match each other. The One-ball color is the same as the Nine-ball, the Two-ball is the same as the Ten-ball, and so on.




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