How man balls on billiard table?

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BILLIARDS, or SNOOKER? Billiards only uses 3 ball's, 2 white (one with a spot on) and 1 red. SNOOKER has 15 reds, and six COLOURED balls. (yellow, green, brown, blue, pink, and black.

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