Billiards there are 3 balls on the table, no pockets. Snooker, 6 pockets, 22 balls on the table.
The main differences are that squash is a racket sport and played on a court. Billiards is a cue sport and played on a table. There is only one soft ball in squash and three hard balls in billiards.
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Billiards is played on a billiards table.
Nothing. Pool is an old and universally accepted slang term for pocket billiards. It is derived from a gambling reference as in pool of gamblers.
There is no record of the first billiards table. The first billiards table on record was built in France and in use in 1429.
There are 6 pockets in a standard table.
According to the Hampshire list of Billiards and Snooker, the Royal Oak does not have a billiards or snooker table.
There is no record of the first billiards table, but it almost certainly was made in either France or Italy where the game evolved.
Pocket billiards ("pool") tables have pockets. Carom billiards tables do not. Apparently the table in the video is a carom billiards table. Whether this was a specific choice or whether it just happened to be handy I don't know.
In billiards the corner pocket means an opening in the billiards table into which the balls are struck into. There are also side pockets. the idea is to get the balls in to the pockets.