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The Games of Billiards
Play this quiz and learn more about these popular table games, fancied by people of all ages and social statuses for centuries.
The first references to indoor billiards date back to this century, when the game became especially fashionable among royalties.
All variants of the game of billiards are played on a flat rectangular table with 6 pockets.
Pool, also known as pocket billiards, is the most popular variation of billiards in which country?
Which of these variations of the game of billiards uses the biggest playing tables?
In most variations of the game of billiards, chalk is applied on what?
The cue tip
None of these
The player's hands
Eight ball, a popular type of pool in United States and United Kingdom, is played with this number of balls (excluding the cue ball).
Billiards has been an Olympic sport since the 2004 Athens Olympic Games.
World Confederation of Billiard Sports (WCBS), the international governing centre of billiards, snooker, and pool, is headquartered in what country?
In the game of billiards, what situation does the term "Double kiss" refer to?
A shot pocketing two balls at the same time
A shot with the cue ball being very closely clung to another ball
A shot intended to separate two closely clung balls
A coloured ball rebounding in a rail and striking the cue ball that has just hit it
Which of these distinguished American presidents' home concealed a secret billiards room?
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