Cubit Billiards Club is a national pocket billiards association where everyone has a chance to win prize money. Theres no membership fee! The Cubit concept is individual versus individual - not teams. Play anywhere, anytime. Two players simply agree on the location and the time. It can be at someones home, a community center, a retirement center, a lodge, a pool hall, a bar or anywhere theres an available pool table.Using our mobile application, Cubit players can:organize a group to play in round-robin sessions or play a single match against another Cubit membercreate a player profile including city, state, selfie, favorite pool hall, match history, Cubit ratings and rankingssearch player profiles by name, city, state or proximity to you follow other players on your home feedpreview a matchup with a potential opponent, including Cubit recommended handicap options, who Cubit thinks will win and the predicted final scorekeep score using the eight-ball, nine-ball or straight-pool mobile scorekeeperspost scoresreceive notifications when someone has invited you to a Cubit Group or has posted a match for you to confirmshare results on Facebook or Twitterearn chances to win cash prizes in our monthly drawings called PocketStakesqualify for Cubit sponsored tournamentsPlayers can compete in any of three disciplines Eight-Ball, Nine-Ball or Straight-Pool. After a match is recorded, the Cubit rating of each of those two players is updated automatically and immediately, based on that match. Then daily, at midnight, all matches recorded are used to fine tune ratings using global optimization techniques. Players are ranked by city, state, and nationally for each discipline.When scores are recorded, players are automatically entered into a monthly drawing called PocketStakesTM. Earn entries just by playing and one or more additional entries by winning a match. Other methods of entry are also available. See PocketStakes Official Rules for details by going to http://playcubit.com/pocketstakes/Cubit also distributes substantial cash prizes in traditional tournaments. Cubit tournaments are non-handicapped and eligibility is based on having the highest Cubit rating within your place of residency, age, gender or other criteria.