To point out the seat or position of, as birds, or other game; -- said of hunting dogs.
To indicate the position of game; -- said of a dog; as, the dog sets well; also, to hunt game by the aid of a setter.
A series of as many games as may be necessary to enable one side to win six. If at the end of the tenth game the score is a tie, the set is usually called a deuce set, and decided by an application of the rules for playing off deuce in a game. See Deuce.
Camber of a curved roofing tile.
A series in league or tournament play. Can be any number of successive games.
1) Ball holding into the pocket. 2) A series of games.
A set is a group of games that is won by the player or side that first wins at least six games with a two-game margin, unless a tie-breaker is employed. In major tournaments, there are usually five sets in a men's match and three in a women's match. See scoring system; tie-breaker.
one game to 21 points in a match
Verb, to place a tile face up on the table.
A unit of scoring. A set is won when one player wins six games by a margin of two or by winning a tie-breaker if the score reaches 6-6.
The scoring unit that is awarded to the player or team that has won 6 games by a margin of at least 2 games. Examples: 6-2, 6-4 or 7-5. If the game score reaches 6-6 a tie-breaker is played.
A predetermined number of games, usually a race to the same number of racks for money.
"To set" is to place a tile on the table. It is also used to specifically denote the first tile played. In bidding games, if a player does not make his bid, he has been "set".
To choose to extend a game beyond its normal ending score if the score is tied with one point to go.
A unit of scoring. The first player to win six games wins a set. The first player to win three sets in a best-of-five set match (or two sets in a best-of-three set match) wins the match.
The part of a match completed when one player or team wins at least six games and is ahead by at least two games, or has won the tie-breaker.
Is usually composed of six games, unless it's a tie. If there is a tie at six,then a tie-breaker is caled.
1. The part of a match completed when one side has scored enough points to win a single contest. 2. To position the ball so a team-mate can attack.
When the score reaches 8 all, hand out must choose before the next service is delivered, either to continue the game to 10 points, which is termed 'Set Two', or declare 'No Set' in which case the first player to reach 9 points wins the game.
1. In a bidding game, if a player cannot make his bid, he is said to be "set." 2. In matching and scoring games, the first tile played.
a set of games, played until one player has won six games and is ahead by two games
A portion of a match won when a player wins 6 or 7 games and two more than their opponent.
(1) The act of a ball holding pocket. (2) The series of games that makes your block or league session; most leagues are three game sets.
With Tap patented by Wizards of the Coast, the game Ophidian used a very similar mechanic with a similar symbol, .