8-ball (often called 8-ball or 8-ball or 8-ball pools); The belts and straps, stains and belts in the UK, rare, large and small / minor, inverted, half and full numbers, spell and sometimes popular bridge games The topic of the popular and international professional and amateur competition in the world. The game on six pocketed pool tables, in some universal countries, is known in this game that other players do not know from the beginning and believe that the word "pool" refers to billiards. There are many variations in this game, usually the second most important professional bilir game after the standard eight ball bellar, and Billiardo directly for the next billiard decades.
Snooker is a cue game that was born in the British army officers in Etawah, India, in the late 19th century. It is in every four corners and is played with a bad wardrobe or a badge between each long side with a pocket on the rectangular table. Using stick and 22 colored balls, players must beat the remaining ball in the white ball (or "billiards") in the correct order and score points for each vessel. Individual game or frame, the player usually earn points, when a player wins the predetermined number of frames, the game wins.
Contemporary form of nine ball (sometimes 9-ball-written) pool (Pocket Billiards), 1920s US In the US In the original and social and fun facilities, the player is played in the historical beginning game. Usually one-one) and some rules, or leagues and tournament settings, in which players and rules are determined by sponsors in advance. While nine of them work in most of their history, work and leisure settings "money is referred to as a game", but eight balls were directly installed as an alternative to the pool and other major sporting events.