Billiards; Are a sport with growing popularity. Billiards has grown in demand these days. The love for the game is increasing day by day and it can be see with the number of online billiard games. The success of these games comes from the statistics of the number of players. After poker, Billiards is one of the next high playing games in the online community. Besides online gaming, people have shown keen interest in watching live matches as well. Billiard tournaments have a large number of audiences both at the venue as well as on television watching live telecasts.
Billiards is all about using mathematical calculations to get the correct angle of trajectory and cue the ball into any one of the 6 pockets. There is a red, a white and a white with a spot ball. For the first player, the red and the white with spot ball are the objects while the white ball is the cue ball. For the second player, the white with spot is the cue ball while the other two become the object balls. The size of the balls is similar to those used for snooker and are 52.5 mm in diameter with a tolerance level ranging from 0.05 to 0.08 mm.
The basic aim of Billiards is to put the red balls in to the pocket without causing much fouls. English Billiards is the most commonly played variant of Billiards although this might differ from country to country depending upon the tournament. The rules of Billiards are easy to catch on and even a novice does not have much difficulty learning up the rules of the game. There are a number of game arcades and arenas that have opened up which allow for billiard and snooker playing arrangements. Even pubs and hookah bars have managed to incorporate billiard table to allow people to chill out over a bottle of beer or a hookah.