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10 / A+:  Touring Pro - the best.  Skilled in every area of the game. Breaks and Runs multiple racks regularly. 

              Definitely in a class by themselves.


9 / A:      A professional quality player who can compete with and occasionally beat all but the best players. 

              Very skilled with solid fundamentals and consistent.  Able to run multiple racks often.


8 / A-:     This group of players could be classified as semi-pros or top amateurs. They are very skilled in nearly all

              facets of the game. They run out easily and very often.


7 / B+:    Players at this level are often mistaken for lower level A players when they are playing well because they

              play a very tough, well-rounded game. They can run out from nearly anywhere at any time.


6 / B:      A solid, advanced player - these players can run out fairly regularly, but lack a little consistency.


5 / B-:     A B- is a good player who is capable of running a rack of Eight Ball or Nine Ball. However, they usually

              lack consistency.


4 / C+:   Above average player - this group plays a very acceptable game of pool. They tend to dominate their level

             of competition.


3 / C:     An average player - describes a large section of pool enthusiasts with experience whose games

             perhaps have leveled off, or that only play occasionally.


2 / C-:    A below average player - this denotes a player with some recognizable skills who has definitely risen from

             the ranks of beginners.


1 / D:     A beginner or someone who plays so infrequently that their game remains in the beginner category.

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