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## Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information

### Snooker

 What is a "snooker"? Basic Snooker Rules and Facts

When it isn't a clear shot at the object ball. If you manage to sneak the white ball behind a colored ball, making it impossible to hit the object ball without bouncing off a wall, it's called a "snooker".

 What is the wooden rod used to push the balls around, called? Basic Snooker Rules and Facts

Cue. The wooden rod is called a cue, and the white ball is called cue ball.

 How many holes are there on a snooker table? Basic Snooker Rules and Facts

6. There is one hole on each of the tables four corners, and one hole midways on each of the long sides.

 What color is the tablecloth usually? Basic Snooker Rules and Facts

Green. In most snooker cases, the tablecloth is green. In regular pool, the tablecloth could be green, blue, or red.

 Which snooker player was ranked #1 in 2008? Basic Snooker Rules and Facts

Ronnie O'Sullivan. Ronnie "The Rocket" O'Sullivan was ranked the best player in the world in 2008.

 What is the highest break you could get in a normal frame of snooker? Basic Snooker Rules and Facts

147. If you sink one red ball then the black ball, then repeat this with all fifteen red balls, and after that the colored balls in order, you end up with a total of 147 points. It is possible to get a maximum break of 155, but that has only happened once, and it is very unlikely to happen.

 How many points is a red ball worth? Basic Snooker Rules and Facts

1. For each red ball you sink, one point is added to your total score.

 How many balls are on a snooker table before any balls have been sunk? Basic Snooker Rules and Facts

22. There are fifteen red balls, six colored, and the white ball.

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