15 red snooker balls.
Including the cue ball, 22. :)
Billiard balls can refer to the balls used for English billiards, pocket billiards, or snooker.
Billiard balls used in snooker tend to be bigger and heavier then the balls used in pool. The billiard ball for instance is often 61.5 mm as opposed to the 57.15 mm for most pool balls.
The very early snooker balls were made out of wood and later clay. Eventually they started using ivory and that was used until the early part of the 20th century. Resin is now used.
Snooker balls are used in the game of snooker. At the start of a standard game of snooker, there are on the table: * 15 red balls * 1 yellow ball * 1 green ball * 1 brown ball * 1 blue ball * 1 pink ball * 1 black ball * The white cue ball
There are a total of 22 balls in Snooker. They are as follows:- 15 Red balls - 1 point each 1 White (Cue Ball - used to stike the other balls with a Cue) 1 Black - 7 points 1 Pink - 6 points 1 Blue - 5 points 1 Brown - 4 points 1 Green - 3 points 1 Yellow - 2 points
In most Billiard, Pool and Snooker official tournaments, the balls used are made in Belgium by a company called Saluc - Aramith.
In standard snooker 15 reds are used.In six red snooker - no surprisingly - six reds are usedIn power snooker only nine reds are used.