Billiards and Snookers
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Billiards, any of several games played on a rectangular table with a chosen number of small balls and a long stick called a cue. The table and the cushioned rail bordering the table are topped with a feltlike tight-fitting cloth. Carom, or French, billiards is performed with three balls on a table that has no pockets. The additional principal games are played on tables that have six pockets, one at every corner and one in each of the long sides, these games involve English billiards, played with three balls, snooker, performed with 21 balls and a cue ball, and pocket billiards, or pool, performed with 15 balls and a cue ball. There are many varieties of each game, especially of carom and pocket billiards. Snooker is performed on the same table and with the equivalent size balls used for English billiards. The game is played with 22 balls, made up of one white ball, 15 red balls, and six estimated colored balls including one yellow 2, one green 3, one brown 4, one blue 5, one pink 6, and one black. The player must first pocket a red ball and then try to pocket any color he may choose, scoring the value of the ball that he has pocketed. He then alternately pockets red and colored balls. Every red ball when pocketed lives in the pocket, while the colors when pocketed, as long as any reds rest on the table, are placed on their particular spots. Play continues until only the six colors remain on the table. Finally, the six colored balls must be pocketed in the order of their values.
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Shaft Of Cue
It is generally known that most of the performance of a pool cue lies in the shaft and the first six inches are very important. At the very end of this most significant area is the pool cue tip. The pool cue tip is where the power from your pool cue is carried to the cue ball to create the wanted results of efficiency, speed, and spin. Because of how much effect a tip can have on your game, it is important to choose . . .