
Straight Pool Handicap Table
Here is how you read this: Let's say a "16" is playing a "11" player. The length of the race is read off the top of the chart by looking above the higher of the two ranks ("16" = 150 points in this case). Looking down the "16" column until we intersect with the lower ranked player's row ("11" in this case), we get the number "38". That means the "16" player gives the "11" player 38 points going to 150. In the situation when both players agree to shorten the match(by 25 points), they may use the HDCP2 table below.

