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For all the things that Grudge Match Pool does well, a host of small flaws detract from the total experience. First, the break is always automatic, taking away the opening move of a pool game. Also, instead of a time or game limit in the demo, there is a balls-sunk limit for every game played. After a certain number, shot accuracy deteriorates gradually. And most frustrating, after each player has shot, those darn pool balls keep slowly rolling for what seems like an eternity, causing very noticeable disruptions in the game’s flow. Grudge Match Pool seems best suited for a patient player who can settle into the game’s inherent slowness.