Welcome to the world of Pool Billiards! Pool (or Pocket Billiards) is an exciting game that combines skill, strategy and a bit of luck. Played on a large table covered with a green cloth, Pool requires players to use a long, thin stick called a cue to propel solid and striped balls into six pockets. Points are scored based on the successful pocketing of certain balls and on certain types of shots. With a variety of game variations, Pool Billiards can provide hours of entertainment for all ages. So grab your cue, chalk up your tip, and get ready for some fun!
1) What is the standard size of a pool table?
2) Which of the following is a type of pool game?
3) What type of cue is used to play pool?
4) What type of table does snooker use?
5) In which country did the game of billiards originate?
6) How many balls are used in a 9-ball game?
7) What is the minimum size of a legal pocket opening?
8) What is the most common shot for a beginner?
9) What is a common term for a pool table cushion?
10) What is the main goal of the game?
11) What color is the cue ball?
12) What is the first shot of a game called?
13) What is the name of the triangle shaped rack used to arrange the billiard balls?
14) What color is the 3-ball?
15) What type of cushion are found on a pool table?
16) What is the goal of the player who breaks in 8-ball pool?
17) What is a table called when all 15 of the balls are pocketed?
18) How many spots are on the face of the 8-ball?
19) What is the name of a shot in which the object ball is struck with the cue ball such that the object ball jumps off the table?
20) What type of cue is usually used by professional players?
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