i really do not know so can u please ask a better question and 1 that makes sense
The game of billiards is played with 3 balls, one is all red, another is all white, and the third is all white with a black spot. The spot ball is used by the person who takes first shot, the other white ball is used by his rival. 3 points are scored by a) potting or going "in off" the red, 2 points if a player can strike his own ball so that it touches both of the other balls, called a "cannon", 2 points for going "in off" your rival's ball.
There are also "foul" shots which give points to your opponent.
There are really only two types of billiards tables, those without pockets and the 6 pocket tables.
There are approxomately six different styled pool tables which are mass produced, ranging from the traditional billiards table to the snooker and English table.
when you are planning to have a lot of similar tables
In English Billiards, 1.
a pool table has balls but billard table has balls to play i would reccommed the pool table
Billiards there are 3 balls on the table, no pockets. Snooker, 6 pockets, 22 balls on the table.
Billiard's or Pool
No one person can be credited for billiard balls. It is known that they were in use in the very early 1400's, but there is no record of its development from an outside game to an indoor table game.
Since you haven't given us any options - the one relating to friction is the correct answer !
No, porcelain tile can present problems.The typical floor surface around a billiard table is carpeting. The balls do occasionally leave the surface during play, and both balls and cues occasionally are dropped. The tile will not be forgiving like a conventional surface and is much more likely to damage the billiard balls and cues.
Billiard games usually requires a table, sticks balls and a ball rack. These items are what's used in modern billiard games and is common equipment to use.
Billiard supplies can be quite expensive, like the cost of maintaining the table, however the cues and balls are less expensive and can be bought from most sporting retailers.
The game would be over in one turn. The only thing that stops the billiard balls is the frictional force that acts between the balls and the table.
Billiard table lights can be purchased from many retailers. One can buy these items from 'eBay', 'Ozone Billiards', 'Billiard Warehouse', 'Lowe's' and 'Cuestore'.