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8 and 9 Ball Quick Fire Pool Scores - Post Your Result Here! (PLUS Even More Challenges!)

Michael HuangMichael Huang Posts: 4,114 mod
edited October 2 in Community
Welcome to 8/9 Ball Quick Fire Pool Scores thread!
Section I. Rules and Guidelines
  1. Either take a screenshot or a video of your gameplay.
  2. Post anything productive that relates to this topic or someone's result.
  3. To avoid crowding the thread page, keep the content in the most recent post.
  4. Exploiting of any type or faking results is not acceptable. Keep in mind that each result is to be reviewed by me and moderators. If you are suspicious about someone's result, please let me know.
Section II. How to Take Screenshots
Also see: http://www.miniclip.com/social/8-ball-pool/forum/en/#/discussion/100/how-to-take-screenshots/p1
Section III. How to Record Videos
Section IV. Current Champions for 8 Ball Quick Fire Pool
Subsection IV.1. Web Players
Subsection IV.2. iOS/Android Players
  • No Guideline - To be determined
  • Guideline - 64,625 by @Victor Wong
Subsection IV.3. Outstanding Perfect Run Results
As a special bonus, I also collect screenshots and videos, demonstrating those who have outstanding results with 100% accuracy and perfect shots in a row. Regardless of varying gameplay difficulty for playing on the certain platform, here are the strict criterion of how results are ranked for regular gameplays...
For web players,
  1. For guidelines, you must score at least 50,000 points. For non-guidelines, you must score at least 72,500 points.
  2. Though the aiming control is not perfectly smooth, it can be easily manageable by predicting the location of the ghost ball. Thus, the time per shot should be less than 3.3 seconds.
  3. A video and/or a screenshot will have more chance to be in some high rank than a score screenshot since such in-game results offer the strongest proof of the player's skills. There will be generous curves for gameplay that runs slowly/lags during recording.
  4. Since in the game every player uses the Standard Cue, the selection relies mainly on the quality of the results.

For iOS/Android players,
  1. For guidelines, you must score at least 45,000 points. For non-guidelines, you must score at least 40,000 points.
  2. Depending on the device sensitivity, it takes a player some time to adjust the aiming and spin. For this case, the time per shot should be less than 4 seconds.
  3. A video and/or a screenshot will have more chance to be in some high rank than a score screenshot since such in-game results offer the strongest proof of the player's skills. There will be generous curves for gameplay that runs slowly/lags during recording.
  4. In iOS/Android game, a player is able to select the cue that he/she prefers. "Force" and "Spin" are the most important attributes to have the entry in the list. Since the outcomes will benefit players mainly with extremely powerful cues, such excellent results are no guarantees of being the top submissions in the list. For players with low stats cues (Below 5 Force, 5 Aim and 5 Spin), the chance for the result to be on top is relatively high.
Here are some real challenges, all ranked in terms of difficulty from hard to easy. You must indicate the opportunity number from the list AND provide the video of the perfect run gameplay.
For web players,
  1. Lightning Play: You must set the power quickly at an instant the aim assist appears. The aim assist must not shift when you make your shot. For guidelines, you need to reach at least 60,000 points. For non-guidelines, you need to reach at least 87,000 points. For both cases, your aim time per shot must be at most 1.5 seconds.
  2. Indirect: Each and every shot must be played indirectly. This means that either (1) a cue ball must not be directly aimed at an object ball to the pocket OR (2) an object ball must not be directly aimed at the pocket. For guidelines, you need to reach at least 42,500 points. For non-guidelines, you need to reach at least 61,625 points.
  3. Full Power: Each and every shot must be played at maximum power. For guidelines, you need to reach at least 46,500 points. For non-guidelines, you need to reach at least 67,425 points.

For mobile players,
  1. Indirect: Each and every shot must be played indirectly. This means that either (1) a cue ball must not be directly aimed at an object ball to the pocket OR (2) an object ball must not be directly aimed at the pocket. For guidelines, you need to reach at least 35,000 points. For non-guidelines, you need to reach at least 31,000 points.
  2. No Need For Stats: For each and every shot, you must use any cue without stats. For guidelines, you need to reach at least 45,000 points. For non-guidelines, you need to reach at least 40,000 points.
  3. Full Power: Each and every shot must be played at maximum power. For guidelines, you need to reach at least 44,000 points. For non-guidelines, you need to reach at least 39,000 points.
Here is the list of web screenshots and videos...
  1. @offdutytrip - 58,750 with guidelines
    watch?v=8rzzohK1kkY
  2. @christhecueball - 51,725 with guidelines
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...and the list of mobile screenshots and videos...
  1. @Michael Huang - 58,700 on Android with Galaxy Cue (guidelines)
Note: Completing the challenge boosts your chance to be in the top of the list!
Section V. Current Champions for 9 Ball Quick Fire Pool (web only)
@ibrahimjaved - 287,000 points
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As a special bonus, here is the list of screenshots and videos, demonstrating those who have outstanding results with 100% accuracy:
To be determined...
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