### Blackball Pool Puzzles

A series of pool related puzzles for your pleasure and edification.

You are welcome to download and use these images.

The solution to every puzzle is linked at the foot of this page.

The first puzzle is self-explanatory.

Simply provide a value for the final image in the series.

This is all about sequences.

Select the 6th in sequence from images A, B, C, D and E.

Below is a 4-sided, square base pyramid formed by pool balls.

There are four layers numbered from top to bottom 1, 2, 3, 4.

Individual balls have these points values...

Red = 1

Yellow = 2

Blue = 3

White = 4

Black = 5

Each layer consists of balls all of the same colour except that a single black ball is out of sight somewhere within the pyramid.

The sum value of all of the balls in the pyramid is 53 points.

In which layer is the black ball ?

There are three pool balls.

Red, yellow and blue.

They are numbered 1, 2 and 3, but perhaps not in that order.

Only one of these statements is true, the other two being false...

1 is Red

2 is not Red

3 is not Blue

What is the number on each ball?

You are welcome to download and use these images.

The solution to every puzzle is linked at the foot of this page.

Ball Heads PuzzleBall Heads Puzzle

The first puzzle is self-explanatory.

Simply provide a value for the final image in the series.

**Balls in Sequence Puzzle**This is all about sequences.

Select the 6th in sequence from images A, B, C, D and E.

**Blackball Pyramid Puzzle**Below is a 4-sided, square base pyramid formed by pool balls.

There are four layers numbered from top to bottom 1, 2, 3, 4.

Individual balls have these points values...

Red = 1

Yellow = 2

Blue = 3

White = 4

Black = 5

Each layer consists of balls all of the same colour except that a single black ball is out of sight somewhere within the pyramid.

The sum value of all of the balls in the pyramid is 53 points.

In which layer is the black ball ?

**Poolean Logic Puzzle**There are three pool balls.

Red, yellow and blue.

They are numbered 1, 2 and 3, but perhaps not in that order.

Only one of these statements is true, the other two being false...

1 is Red

2 is not Red

3 is not Blue

What is the number on each ball?

*There's a page on this website providing the SOLUTIONS to all of these puzzles.*