Chingá A Tu Cuate: This is the Latin-American name for what we in the states call Cutthroat. Three-player game where each player has 5 balls, (1-5, 6-10, and 11-15). If your 5 balls are pocketed, you are out. Pocket anything and get another turn. José dice que tenés que meter las bolas de tus enemigos antes de que te chinguen. Translated: you have to sink your enemies’ balls before they screw you over.
Bola Ocho: Eight ball. Special Guatemalan rule: you have to sink the eight ball in whichever pocket you sink your last ball in. Makes the game really difficult if you put your last ball in a side pocket. Other than that it is pretty close to standard American bar rules, though many Guatemalans play that you have to call all your shots.
Uno-Quince: You can only hit and pocket either the lowest or highest number ball on the table. Each ball is worth its number in points. Whoever gets to 61 first wins.
Uno-Corrido: Scored the same as uno-quince, but you always have to hit the lowest number ball on the table.