may be played by two or more players, either independently or as
sides. The game can be summarised as follows:
player uses the same white ball, (cue-ball) and there are twenty-one
object balls - fifteen Red Balls each
valued ONE, and six colours: Yellow
- 2 , Green - 3, Brown - 4, Blue
- 5, Pink - 6 and Black
Scoring strokes in a players turn are made by potting reds and colours
alternately until all reds are off the table and then the colours
in the ascending order of their value.
Points awarded for scoring strokes are added to the score of the
Penalty points from fouls are added to the opponents score.
A tactic which can be employed at any time during a frame is to
leave the cue-ball behind a ball not on, in such that it is snookered
for the next player.
If a player or side, is more points behind than are available from
the balls left on the table, then the laying of snookers in the
hope of gaining points from fouls becomes most important.
The winner of the frame is the player or side, making the highest
score; or to whom the frame is conceded; or to whom it is awarded
due to unfair conduct from the opponent.
The winner of a game is the player or side, winning most, or the
required number of frames; making the greatest total where aggregate
points are relevant; or to whom the match is awarded due to unfair
conduct from the opponent or opposition.
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