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About Snooker

Snooker is a cue sport that was first played by British Army officers stationed in India in the second half of the 19th century. It is played on a rectangular table covered with a green cloth, with pockets at each of the four corners and in the middle of each long side. Two players stand facing each other across the table with the red ball in play. Each player holds a white cue ball in one hand and a blue ball in the other and their cues lie on the table in front of them.

A cue ball is awarded a point for a successful (scoring a “three” or “bull’s eye”) contact with the ball in the opponent’s pocket, and a point for touching the opponent’s cue ball at any point on the table. A player receives two point for each blue ball which has been placed on a target pocket adjacent to the side of the table opposite the player’s own side pocket. If the blue ball is sent into the opponent’s side pocket by the cue ball, the player receives an additional point (a “double” or “blunder”) for the blue ball. The scoring system for the game is:

Score in a frame 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 points 2 points 3 points 4 points 5 points.

One or two players play against each other with white cue sticks, wooden balls, and a small white ball called a “snooker ball.” The goal is to pot the snooker ball into one pocket of the opponent, so that for another attempt, the opponent will have to place it again. A point is won when the player pings the ball into the opponent’s pocket. In a frame, the players take turns playing by turns. The object of the game is to win the frame by landing the cue ball in one of the opponent’s pocket before the opponent pings the cue ball into one of the opponent’s pockets. If, at any point in the frame, the player has not yet potted the cue ball into a pocket, the opponent may keep the frame and win it by making the cue ball into his or her pocket first. At the end of the frame, if the player has not yet potted the cue ball into a pocket, the opponent may keep the frame and win it by making the cue ball into his or her pocket first. If the player has potted the cue ball into a pocket, then the opponent may keep the frame and win it by making the cue ball into his or her pocket first.

Snooker and five-ball billiards are the most popular cue sports in the Commonwealth of Nations. Snooker is the second most widely played cue sport in the world behind billiards. Snooker is one of the categories of sport in both the Commonwealth Games and the World Games.

The earliest known game of snooker is said to have been played by British officers of the Bombay Army in the 1890s. In 1893, in a weekly newspaper called The Bazaar, which specialized in games played by Bombay Army officers, the earliest published rules were published.

Date of last update: 26. May, 2021