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Rules of how to play Snooker
- Object: Points are built up by potting a red followed by a colour of your choice, the colour ball must be placed back on its original spot. When all 15 reds have been cleared from the table, a player must pot the colours in order or value - lowest first. Yellow, green, brown, blue, pink, black.
- Fouls: The following shots are classified as foul strokes. A foul is no lower than 4 points and no higher than 7 (this depends on which colour ball you have pocketed. If you pot the yellow or green by mistake these count as 4pts)
- Fouls are:
(1) A miss is when the cue-ball fails to first contact a ball on and the referee considers that the striker has not made a good enough attempt to hit a ball on
- (2) Potting a ball which you are not supposed to hit
- (3) If the cue-ball passes over any part of an object ball, whether touching it in the process or not, or leaves the table
- (4) Potting the cue ball
- (5) Causing the cue to touch the white more than once
Circles Snooker & Pool Club
- What we offer:We offer you the chance to come and relax with friends and play a friendly game of snooker and pool.
- Quality:With top quality tables and with food and beverages on offer, you can be sure of a warm welcome. We run various tournaments throughout the seasons so check out our latest news for details.