Billiards Quiz

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1.In the game of Snooker, how many object balls are there?

A. 4,867,978

B. 27

C. 21

D. Not Here

2.What is the object of the game 8-Ball? (Pool)

A. To knock in the 8-Ball first, and then any random number of balls.

B. To knock in the 3, then 14, the 6, and then the 8-Ball.

C. To knock in a solid, then stripe, then solid, then stripe, until all the balls are gone.

D. Not here

3. How many cushions must the cue ball hit before hitting the other balls in Three-Rail Carom Billiards?

A. 3

B. None

C. All of them.

D. Not here

4.Why were women not allowed to use the cue when it first came out?

5.You can find a Snooker tournament going on in Great Britain everyday.

6. What do you do in the game of 14.1 Continuous if you have one object ball left one the table?

A. You re-rack the other 14 balls, try to sink the 15th ball and break the rack.

B. You grab the ball and throw it out the window.

C. You sink it and win the game.

D. Not here

7. Which one of these games is an unofficial game?

A. Straight Pool

B. Snooker

C. 14.1 Continuous

D. Last Ball Billiards

8. Which one of the following men was known as the "Knoxville Bear"?

A. Ima Poolplayer

B. Eddie Taylor

B. Luther Lassiter

D. Not Here

9. What outdoor lawn game did billiards evolve from?

A. Elo Golfo from el Spaino

B. Cricket

C. Croquet

D. Not Here

10.What is a "scratch"?

*****BONUS*****

11. What supplies are needed for the game of Snooker Billiards?

C. Cue sticks for everyone playing, a cue ball, 21 object balls, a billiard table.

If you answered 1-3, you scratched!

If you answered 7-11 then..... the World All-Around Championship for Billiards is just an arm lengths away.