The snooker subject invented by Colonel Sir Neville Chamberlain in India in 1845 is a psychological game with fairly simple rules.
The mechanics must hit 15 red fruits in turn with 1 fruit in 6 other colored fruits in the hole. Each red fruit is counted 1 point, the other colored fruits are from 2 to 7 points. Snooker is the most popular muscle game in England and the former countries were part of the British Empire. A typical snooker table is 2 x 4 m (6 x 12 ft) in size, including 6 holes.
A ball set consists of 1 cue ball, 15 non-numbered red target balls (called red balls), 6 non-numbered color goal balls (called colored balls). Red ball: 1 point, yellow: 2 points, green: 3 points, brown: 4 points, blue: 5 points, pink: 6 points, black: 7 points. The content of the game is who wins more points will win.
Points can be scored in two ways: from the opponent’s error or scoring directly. If you want to eat a colored ball, you have to eat a red ball before eating a colored ball in one hit. If the colored ball has been punched in the hole, then pick it up and put it in the original position. Just eat 1 red and 1 color, so on until there is no red ball on the table, the player starts to play 6 colored balls but must follow the order of 2 points (gold) to 7 points (black) and end of the game.
The red balls in the hole will remain there, and the colored balls will be left in the same place while there are still red marbles on the table. When there are no red marbles, the colored marbles will be punched into the hole according to the point order. A game is considered to be finished when one side wins an overwhelming number of points that the opponent cannot catch or the ball is knocked out on the table.
Each match has 17 games and can last for 8 hours. The arms will move about 5 km, and reduce about 4 kg. Snooker is an equation with a lot of unknowns in which psychology plays a very important role. Other external conditions such as dust, felt moisture can also change the track of the ball.
If the sun shines on the table, the ball will run faster, if it is cold it will slow down. Therefore, professional mechanics often play in rooms with blinds and at the standard temperature 18 degree Celsius. Heated table surface.
Before every match, people felt the tight. Vacuum the smallest dust particles. Professional mechanical hands playing with two-part oak wood. While billiards are often played in smoke-laden clubs, beer and heavy alcohol, snooker is always in a formal position in Snooker clubs.
Smoking wear players or shirts, bow ties are very polite. In the UK, China and Thailand, snooker is considered a popular popular sport. In England only, 350 hours of snooker were broadcasted per year and ranked second after football.