Snooker is an exciting and engaging cue sport with a rich history and engaging gameplay. Originating in India in the 19th century, it made its way to Great Britain and continues to be a popular game today. It is played on a large, rectangular table covered with a green cloth and with six pockets. The balls used for the game are typically 15 red, 6 colored and a white cue ball. Players use an extended pool or snooker cue to pot the balls into the pockets according to the rules of the game. The aim of the game is to score the most points by potting the balls in the correct order and in the least amount of strokes. Snooker is a great game to learn and play, and is guaranteed to be an enjoyable experience for all!
1) What is the maximum break that a player can score in a single frame?
2) How many colours are on a snooker table?
3) What is the term used when a player pots all the balls on the table in one visit?
4) What are snooker balls, other than red, called?
5) Who is the current world number one in snooker?
6) How many red balls are used in a game of snooker?
7) What is the maximum break that a player can score in a 147?
8) What is the name of the referee in snooker?
9) How many points is a red ball worth?
10) How many frames are played in a professional snooker match?
11) What is the maximum break that a player can score without potting a black?
12) What is the size of a snooker table?
13) How many colours are there in total on a snooker table?
14) How many points is a ten-point foul?
15) What is the rule used when a player fails to hit any ball on the table?
16) Who is known as the most successful snooker player of all time?
17) How many balls are there in total on the snooker table?
18) Who is the current World Snooker Champion?
19) What is the term used for a foul and miss?
20) How many points is the black ball worth?
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