## How do you find the angle of a snooker?

It involves the ability to estimate the angle (or bearing) of the direction the ball should travel to go into any one of the six pockets around the border of the snooker table. Consider the direction straight up to the top of the screen to be zero degrees. The direction horizontally to the right is ninety degrees.J

## Where do you look when taking a snooker shot?

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## How do you calculate potting angles in snooker?

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## What is the trick to snooker aiming?

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## How do you pot long balls in snooker?

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## What is considered a long pot in snooker?

Re: Long pot success Don’t know exact locations where you can find those infos, but as far as I know a long pot is considered more than 6 feet away from cue ball and object ball, which in simple terms means half the length of a snooker table.O

## What is the sequence of potting snooker balls?

All six colours have then to be potted in ascending order of their value (yellow, green, brown, blue, pink, black). Each becomes the ball on” in that order. During this phase

the colours are not replaced on the table after being legally potted; however

any colour potted as the result of a foul is re-spotted.

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## How do you find the angle of a pool?

Estimate the distance (in inches) from the tape mark on the cue to the CB-OB line (i.e. drop a perpendicular to the CB-OB line from the mark on the cue. Multiply this distance by 4. That is your cut angle, in °.

## How can I improve my potting in snooker?

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## Where do you look when playing snooker?

A question I am asked many times is what ball do you look at when you strike the white. The answer is always the object ball. This is always for every player. You do not look at the white or the end of your tip, just the cue ball.

## Where do you look when potting in snooker?

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## How do you target a snooker?

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## Where do you look when aiming in pool?

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## Which ball do you look at when potting in snooker?

The answer is always the object ball. This is always for every player. You do not look at the white or the end of your tip, just the cue ball. In fact if you look at Hendry if he is trying to pot a vital ball, he will often watch the ball until it reaches the pocket.