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Players can choose from the most popular types of pool for up to four players, including eight ball, nine ball, rotation, and snooker. An in-game explanation will help provide descriptions of anything you need to know! Once gamers get the hang of it, they can also try performing trick shots in Puzzle mode. For players really up for a challenge, they can even set up their own! And, for those who feel they are true pool sharks, there is online play for up to four players in a Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection matchup.

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#80 highest rated WII sports game (#509 on WII, #17201 overall)

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50% of 8 total votes

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#56 easiest WII sports game (#460 on WII, #7655 overall)

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6 total votes

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#46 shortest WII sports game (#427 on WII, #16995 overall)

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43% of 23 total votes

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