Wir alle wissen, dass das geilste beim Snooker ein break ist. Dein Ziel ist eine ? Zeige es deinen Freunden und Teamkollegen beim Turnier oder in der. Im Snooker dient der Begriff „Break“ als eine Bezeichnung von hintereinander gelochten. Das Break - House of Billard. Billard, Snooker, Games, Drinks und mehr. In Feldkirch. Komm ind Break und fühl Dich wohl.
Maximum BreaksSnooker wird wettkampfmäßig auf einem 12 Fuß Tisch gespielt, welcher ebenfalls über sechs Taschen verfügt. Dieser hat gegenüber einem Poolbillard-Tisch. Insgesamt wurden offizielle Maximum Breaks (unter Turnierbedingungen) gespielt. Die meisten gelangen Ronnie O'Sullivan mit 15 perfekten Breaks. Schreiben Sie einfach Ihre Snooker Partien mit diese App mit. Einfache Handabung für das gesammte Snooker Match. Weitere Informationen. Minimieren.
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The player may then treat a coloured ball as if it were a red. Therefore, this can artificially create a 16 th red on the table. Although improbable, if a free ball is to be called before the first red is potted in a frame, then it is possible to achieve a break of up to In a club match in , Wally West is reported to have scored a break in West London.
His feat was credited by the Guinness World Book of Records. The coveted was not achieved until the summer of , when Jamie Cope accomplished the endeavour.
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