standard full size table measures approximately twelve foot by six
foot. All tables differ marginally.
are a uniform three and a half inches across, with the amount of
undercut deciding how readily the pocket will accept the balls.
tables play differently, with temperature and humidity affecting
the way that a table runs.
have new cloths with plenty of nap, whilst other tables have worn
and shiny cloths.
vary as well - some are lively and respond effectively when contacted,
whilst others may be 'dead' providing little response. Cushion heights
can vary marginally as well, making shots off the cushion more difficult
equipment consists of,
One Long Rest
One Half Butt
Twenty-Two Balls - consisting of 15 reds, 1 white, yellow, green,
brown, blue, pink and black.
There are six spots and a 'D' marked out on a standard snooker table.
point value order these spots are; RED (1) - YELLOW (2) - GREEN
(3) - BROWN (4) - BLUE (5) - PINK (6) and BLACK (7).
fifteen REDS are situated in a triangle immediately beneath the
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