Billiards there are 3 balls on the table, no pockets. Snooker, 6 pockets, 22 balls on the table.
Billiard balls can refer to the balls used for English billiards, pocket billiards, or snooker.
In most Billiard, Pool and Snooker official tournaments, the balls used are made in Belgium by a company called Saluc - Aramith.
All three are different kinds of cue games: Billiards, Pool, and snooker. Billiard tables have larger pockets and use slightly larger balls than snooker. Other than that the tables are very similar in size and design. The smaller snooker balls are red, and yellow with white cue balls. They are not numbered like billiard balls and the game is entirely different than say 8 or 9 ball played in the USA. A billiard table can be converted to snooker because you can make the holes smaller to accommodate the snooker balls, but not vice-versa. In snooker you keep score and after all the balls are potted it is the one with the highest score that wins. 147 is the maximum score but theoretically 155 is possible. With billiards an infinite score is theoretically possible. In pool it is ho pots all their balls and the black first that wins.
There is no difference between the cue ball and billiard ball except that the cue ball is white and without significant markings.
A billiard is a shot in billiards or snooker in which the cue ball strikes two other balls. It also refers to a cardinal number, 10 to the power of 15, or one thousand billion.
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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.
Yes, they are different sizes although they are typically made of the same material.Billiard balls (carom billiards) are 61.5mm diameter.Pool balls (pocket billiards) are 57.15mm diameter.Snooker balls are 52.5mm diameter, although this can depend on where they are manufactured.
Early billiard balls were made of ivory. Today, billiard balls are made of either a polyester based or phenolic based resin.
There are no grey balls in a standard game of snooker.
15 red snooker balls.