Snooker is played with 22-balls which includes one white cue ball, 15 reds balls (one point each) and six colored balls. The balls have a diameter of 52.5 mm and are generally made of plastic.
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Chalk is applied to the cue tip before every shot that avoids slippage between the cue tip and the ball.
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One or two pieces tapered sticks are used to play snooker whose tip should measure 11-12 mm in diameter and weigh between 16.5-18.5 ounces. The sticks are usually made of hardwood.
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A bridge is a stick with a metal or plastic head which is used to extend a player’s reach on a shot when the ball is too far for the hand to act as a bridge.
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A six-pocket table is used in snooker which measures around 11.71 x 5.83 feet (commonly 12 x 6 feet). The height from the top of the cushion and the floor is around 2 ft 9.5in to 2ft 10.5in. The snooker table has rubber rails and the slate bed is about 2 inches thick.
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A wooden, plastic or metal frame is used to place billiards balls in their correct position on the table at the beginning of the game.