Billiards is not currently an Olympic sport. However, the ultimate goal of the World Confederation of Billiards Sports (WCBS) is to have billiards included in the Olympic Games. The WCBS applied for inclusion in the 2004 Summer Olympics, but after some consideration, the Greek Olympic Committee ultimately decided against them.
Billiards is played on a billiards table.
The balls are all equal from a points perspective in English Billiards, Carom Billiards, and Pocket Billiards.
Billiards is no longer there.
It doesn't. There is no "mat" related to the game of English Billiards or Pocket Billiards.
This depends upon which billiards game - English Billiards is most popular in the UK. Pocket Billiards is most popular in the US.
The only jobs available for billiards is working at a billiards hall at the counter or as a cleaner.
There are generally two terms used for billiards - English billiards or pocket billiards. Pocket billiards is also called pool. Billiards is a popular bar game that has a number of different names that it has been called over the years but the most notable and popular is simply that of pool.
Billiards covers English Billiards, Carom Billiards, and Pocket Billiards, and each has their own set of rules.