The balls are all equal from a points perspective in English Billiards, Carom Billiards, and Pocket Billiards.
there is no maximum score in billiards. If it is 3 ball billiards a time limit is set for each game the person with the highest score wins when the alarm clock goes off
There aren't any high balls in billiards. I think you are referring to snooker. You have the balck ball at value 7 points in snooker and is the high value ball.
In English Billiards, a cannon is a shot that results in hitting both the red ball and the players cue ball and results in 2 points.
In English Billiards, a cannon is a shot that hits both the red ball and the players cue ball in the same shot. This shot scores 2 points. The cannon does not exist in pocket billiards.
There are no points for pocketing a particular color ball in billiards. However, snooker awards 1 point for potting (the term used for pocketing by snooker players) a red ball.
This depends upon what game and where you are playing. In the US, the maximum diameter allowed for a pocket billiards ball is 2.255 inches.
The black ball, which is worth 7 points. Yellow=2, green=3, brown=4, blue=5, pink=6 and black=7. =D
In bIlliards there is no point limit. The game is either timed (Pre-determined) or reaching a agreed point value. Points are allocated: Object ball - Pot or in-off (3) Opponnet ball - (2) Canon - (2) Hope this helps
There are none in English Billiards. In Carom Billiards, there are none. In the Pocket Billiards games, the 8 ball is the only black ball - 7 Ball has no 8 ball, hence no black ball, but all other games include the 8 ball, so, they have 1 black ball.
In pocket billiards, the solid orange ball is the 5, the striped orange ball is the 13.
Billiards: 9-ball (although, billiards may not be an actual sport)
Two Ball Billiards is a greek term which refers to ones Johnson and a pair of nuts.