Also (rarely) high - run , hi- run , highrun, etc.
A series of successful shots (a run ) that is lengthy for the player's skill level. The exact implication is dependent upon context, e.g. "my high run at three-cushion is 15", "Jones had the highest run of the tournament", "that was a pretty high run you just did", etc. Used congratulatorily, it may be phrased "good run ", "great run ", "nice run ", etc. See also high break .