Invented way back in the 19th century after making a few changes to billiards, snooker is a cue sport that originated among British army officers stationed in the Indian town of Jabalpur. It involves the use of 21 object balls that comprise of 15 red balls and 6 coloured balls. Over the years, popularity of this cue sport has been on a steep rise in many countries worldwide. One such country is Australia, in particular Adelaide and South Australia.
Snooker’s popularity can be attributed to several factors. For starters, it’s a fun sport to watch and it’s enjoyable for those who are playing it. Furthermore, several snooker championship games are held on a yearly basis to help increase its popularity.
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