Billiard Frequently Asked Questions

The first thing you need to learn are the fundamentals, which are the foundation of your billiards learning.

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It all depends on how much time you spend practicing billiards.

In this article you can find out exactly what level you belong to.

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In the 14th century, the precursor of billiards was played on grass. Due to inclement weather it was decided to introduce it to the castles and to raise it on a table covered with a cloth whose green color was chosen with the purpose of emulating the lawn, for the happiness of the courtiers.

Also because it is the color that represents the lodges and the most powerful royal families in the world.

You should practice the exercises a lot, but one thing that will increase your game is to place an empty, clean, dry bottle lying on the table. Insert the tip of the pool cue into the bottle.

Control the roll and prevent the tip from contacting the ends. As you progress you will notice that you can insert the cue up to 7 inches, even the moment will come when you will be able to close your eyes and do it perfectly well.

The miscueis when the tip loses firm contact with the cue ball during the impact, the billiard ball does not go on the shooting line, but it goes sideways and makes a very sharp sound.

This miscue also occurs when the tip is very worn, in which case it should be replaced with a new one.

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WPA: World Pool Association

UMB: Union Mondiale of Billiards

WPBSA: World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association

The organization that has represented our sport worldwide since 1990 is the WCBS (World Confederation of Billiards Sports)