In which country was the snooker created?
The game of snooker is a cue sport which emerged in its modern form in the late 19th century, with roots going back to the 16th century form of English billiards. Billiards was popular among the British Armed Forces stationed in India. Billiards was first played in the 16th century. It was known as a "gentleman's game" because of its popularity among royalty.
Answers by country
Republic of Ireland
the United Kingdom
the United States
The winner of the first World Snooker Championship was Joe Davis. What was the first prize money back then?
around 6 £
around 60 £
around 600 £
around 6000 £
Which snooker player donates 100£ to a charity for every century break he makes in a competition match?
Which snooker player compiled the first televised maximum break in professional competition?