Difference between snooker and billiards vs pool tables

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1. Difference Between Snooker and Billiards vs Pool Tables 1. Billiards (Carom Billiards)Table Billiards is played with three balls- white, red and yellow. The white and…
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  • 1. Difference Between Snooker and Billiards vs Pool Tables 1. Billiards (Carom Billiards)Table Billiards is played with three balls- white, red and yellow. The white and yellow balls are the prompt chunks of the two adversaries separately, and the goal is to score some set focuses. The player who scores the required points first wins. There are many sorts of billiards however English billiards is the most well- known. 1. It is played with three balls, yellow, white and red. 2. Yellow and white are sign balls for the two players. One for each. 3. Focuses are scored by preparing, in-offs( sign ball is pruned) and guns( Cue ball hits both different balls before stopping) 4. It is played as a race to a set number of focuses, or as a coordinated diversion.
  • 2. 2. Snooker Table Snooker is played on a much larger table.(12 feet * 6 feet). Snooker is much more fun and complicated. Snooker also has a much bigger audience, and the prize money involved in snooker is quite high. 1. In snooker table, there are 15 red and six colored balls and one cue ball. The player has to pot a red first, then a color, and again a red, and so on. Each color has a designated spot on the table. At the end of the frame, the player with more points wins. 2. Each red carries 1 point, yellow 2, green 3, brown 4, blue 5, pink 6 and black 7. The six colored balls are put back on the table but not the reds. When the Reds are over, the other colors are potted in the ascending order of the value of their point. 3. The game can be divided into two phases, when there are red balls on the table and when there are no red balls. 4. When there red balls on the table, the player first has to pot a red followed by a color, when the color is potted the color ball is respotted in its spot, and then a red has to be potted this continues till there are no more reds. 5. After this, the colors are potted in the order of points, and this time they are not respotted, this is when the game ends.
  • 3. 3. Pool Table The pool is performed on a small table (6 feet * 3 feet). This means that it a is typically much easier to play pool than the other two. There are also much varieties of pool. 1. The most common are eight ball pool and nine-ball pool. 2. In 8 ball pool, there are seven solid and seven striped balls and an 8/black ball, to win the player must pot his type(i,e solids or stripes) and then the black. 3. In 9 ball pool, only nine balls are on the table, each player pots the balls in order,, starting from the ball numbered 1, the person to pot the nine ball wins. If you want to know what to look for when you are going to buy Pool Tables for Sale Cheap then you must read the below points at once. Now there are key factors that led to me wanting to buy this product. Factors to Consider, Before Buying Pool Table 1. Compactable pool table 2. The height described on the listing 3. The Adjustable legs were a little hard to get working at first but I did get it 4. The table has rubber side for not only setting it up but it increases game play 5. The products description describes it as a youth table. In others, kids can play. 6. Complete portability. 7. Price 8. Comes with all the balls 9. Rack included 10. Comes with 2 cue sticks
  • 4. 11. Brush to clean the tables felt 12. Little assembly required 13. Adjustable 14. Free shipping
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