Straight Pool Sheet

Straight Pool Sheet


A digital score sheet for your straight pool billiard matches.

Just enter the remaining object balls on the table, racks played and and foul points. The score is automatically calculated.

Score limit and inning limit can be set, score table can be exported to CSV file.


If you like this tool please donate to [email protected]

Recent changes:
Version 1.4:
- Bigger score display

Version 1.3.3:
- Added player names to exported CSV file

Version 1.3.2:
- Distinguish between break fould and regular foul during break
- Size of buttons "+" and "-" fixed

Version 1.3.1:
- Option "Rack (no balls left)" moved to menu

Version 1.3:
- Break foul counts -2
- Break foul does not count to three consecutive fouls rule
- Android 4 look
- Button location selectable
- Individual score limits
- App2SD
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About Straight Pool Sheet
A digital score sheet for your straight pool billiard matches.

Just enter the remaining object balls on the table, racks played and and foul points. The score is automatically calculated.

Score limit and inning limit can be set, score table can be exported to CSV file.


If you like this tool please donate to [email protected]

Recent changes:
Version 1.4:
- Bigger score display

Version 1.3.3:
- Added player names to exported CSV file

Version 1.3.2:
- Distinguish between break fould and regular foul during break
- Size of buttons "+" and "-" fixed

Version 1.3.1:
- Option "Rack (no balls left)" moved to menu

Version 1.3:
- Break foul counts -2
- Break foul does not count to three consecutive fouls rule
- Android 4 look
- Button location selectable
- Individual score limits
- App2SD

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 1, 2015
Total disaster.. does not work even a little
A Google User
Feb 23, 2015
Kenji, I'm a semi-pro player and can answer your question. When a player is on the last two balls (let's say it's the first rack, run/score is 13), and then the player continues to pocket the 14th ball, it's time to rack. So yes, you select "rack". If you look at the "R" column which represents every new rack, it will reset to 15 (balls) and in the "+" column you will receive all the balls for that inning. The score will be right. This app is a great storekeeper - give it another shot. :)
A Google User
Mar 14, 2014
Perfect Does exactly what it's supposed to do. Use it constantly....Great App!!
A Google User
Mar 10, 2014
So.. Maybe it's just me, but it forces me to rack with 13 balls pocketed. Shouldn't it be at 14 balls?
A Google User
Mar 5, 2013
Nice app... Works great but I wish I could share my scores on Facebook and Twitter so that every one would know that I beat Ryan 100 to - 5 just saying...