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Which colour is on its wrong spot?Correct
A good way to help remember the order of the baulk colours is ‘God Bless You’.Incorrect
It’s the yellow and a good way to help remember the order of the baulk colours is ‘God Bless You’.
When your opponent is in play at the table, where should you not be?Correct
And remember, if there’s no referee you must pick the balls out and call out the score clearly.Incorrect
It’s ‘In front of them’ and if there’s no referee you must pick the balls out and call out the score clearly.
How often should the cue tip be chalked?Correct
You should chalk your tip for every shot and make it part of your pre-shot routine.Incorrect
You should chalk your tip for every shot and make it part of your pre-shot routine.
Where is the cue ball next played from after it has left the table or gone in a pocket?Correct
That’s right, and when you place the cue ball, make sure some part of it is within the D.Incorrect
Good try, but it’s next played from inside the D.
Can you name this professional snooker player?Correct
Well done, you’ve named the ‘Rocket’.Incorrect
No, it’s Ronnie O’Sullivan who’s widely regarded as the greatest snooker player.
What is the minimum penalty applied for making a foul stroke?Correct
Well done and remember it’s the minimum penalty so you can get more points if the blue, pink or black are fouled.Incorrect
Unlucky, 4 is the minimum penalty.
What is being illustrated here?Correct
Good answer, as assuming a red is next to be played then a snooker is shown.Incorrect
It can only be a snooker, as neither a plant or a pot is on from what’s shown.
As you strike the cue ball to play a pot, what should you be looking at?Correct
That’s right, you should be looking at the target, which in the case of a pot will be the object ball.Incorrect
To give yourself the best chance to make a pot, when you strike the cue ball you should be looking at the object ball.
Which one of the following should you not do in the snooker hall?Correct
Well done. Talking’s fine but keep it quite like you would in a library. Drink is ok, but check with the club before taking food into the hall.Incorrect
As I expect you’ve already found, playing snooker involves good concentration. So shouting in the snooker hall is definitely not allowed!
What is the minimum number of balls you need to pot to make a 20 break?Correct
Pot the brown, blue, pink and black to finish the frame and you’ve made a 22 break!Incorrect
It’s the last four balls and they are the brown, blue, pink and black and they total a 22 break.