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The cues used to play snooker and pool are so similar that most people cannot tell their differences. You need to know the cue you’re holding so that you are not playing with the wrong one.
Here are some differences between the cues in snooker and the cues in pool:
Cue Tips
The main differentiating factor is that the cue tip in snooker is smaller than the one in pool, as the balls are smaller in size as well. The cue tips in snooker are 9mm. The cue tips in pool are 12mm.
Cue Weights
The cues used in snooker weigh significantly less than those for …

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It can be hard for a beginner to tell the difference between pool and snooker tables. They are both rather outwardly similar but knowing how to tell which is which can save you embarrassment because the rules for both games are not exactly the same.
Here are some of their significant differences:
The Snooker Table Is Larger
The table for snooker is significantly wider than the one used for pool. It may be 3 to 3.6 meters long,  depending on where it was made. Meanwhile, the table for pool is approximately 2 meters long.
You may find longer tables for pool; …

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Playing pool or snooker is a great way to bond with family and friends.
It isn’t always possible to buy a new table – especially if you’re on a fixed budget.
Here are things you should do for before buying a previously owned snooker or pool table:
Make A Budget
Decide how much you are willing to spend. Make your budget reasonable.
Check The Brand
Research on the brand of the table, how much it was originally worth, the design, and so on.
Determine The Table Size And Type You Want
Get the table that will fit inside your …