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.
If you are a fan of or are familiar with pool, snooker championship at first can seem confusing. In fact, there is a high chance that you already have questions about snooker a sport. Questions you are likely going to ask yourself are like why is the snooker table so...
The object game is using the white cue ball to pot other balls in the correct sequence. The player who scores more points will win that frame, or individual game unit. The number of frames ranges from 3 to as many as 35, for World...
To help you enjoy your time fully here at Snookers S.A. let’s talk about Snooker Rules. Snooker tables are 6’x12’ English billiard tables. The cushions are narrower than on pocket billiard tables. The balls include 15 red object balls and 6 object balls of other...
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