In-off meaning

(snooker, pool) Of the cue ball: (going) into a pocket, after cannoning another ball.
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(snooker, pool) When the cue ball accidentally goes into a pocket after striking the object ball.

He looked set to win the frame, until the in-off from the yellow.

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Origin of in-off

  • From a reconstitution of (go) in + off (preposition), as used in phrases such as, "The white has gone in off the black."

    From Wiktionary