สมัครUFABET Snooker Sports History

สมัครUFABET Snooker (English: Snooker; Pronunciation: / snuːkər / in British accent or / snʊkər / in American accent) is a sport that uses cue to play. The table is 12 ft × 6 ft (3.6 mx 1.8 m). Play using cue and snooker balls. 1 red ball and 1 yellow ball. The colors are yellow (2 points), green (3), brown (4), blue (5), pink (6). ) And black (7). The player (or team) wins 1 frame (each game) by the opposing team. Use the red ball and stab the ball. Those who win more frames will win.

Snooker has taken place in Jabalpur. India by British soldiers Popular among English and Commonwealth players. Professional players usually earn a lot of money from the tournament. Now is more popular in China. Professional tour of the players to enter the tournament held all over the world. Big tournament tournaments are World Snooker Championships. Held annually in Sheffield, England.

Snooker history began in the late 19th century. Billiard sport was a popular activity among British troops in India. And invented a new style from the original billiards. One of the changes that arose between the staff while in the dining room in Jabalpur during 1874 or 1875 was the addition of colored balls. Red and black It was used for the Pyramid Pool and Life Pool. Officially defined in 1884 by Sir Neville Chamberlain, the word snooker (English snooker) originated from the military. This is a slang for first year military cadets or inexperienced personnel. One of the editions of the tournament, which was commissioned by ผลบอล ย้อนหลัง Sir Neville Chamberlain of the Devonport Regiment. (Not the same name as the British Prime Minister) played a new game when his opponent missed the hole and Chamberlain called it snooker, so it became a link to the billiards game at that time. Referring to an inexperienced player who has been described as a snooker.

The results of snooker in England have become increasingly popular. In general, there are still games for gentlemen and several clubs established by men who have a billiard table that will not allow non-members to play. To support the popularity of smaller games that are more open for the only snooker clubs that are beginning to form.

Snooker has grown in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and in 1927 was the first Snooker World Championship chip. It was founded by Joe Davis, who is an English sports billiard and professional snooker player. Jo Davis has grabbed the World Chess Championship every time until 1946, where he hangs a cue. Snooker has retreated until the 1950s and 1960s, generating a bit of interest from the outside players who were playing in 1959. Davis introduced another variant of the snooker known as Snooker Plus (Snooker-plus) by trying to improve the popularity of snooker by adding two extra colors.

Major advances were made in 1969 when David Attenborough Organized the Pot Black tournament to showcase the potential of color TVs with green tables and multi-colored balls that provide great benefits for color broadcasting. Rising from the success of the most popular shows on BBC Two. Until then, snooker was more interested and the 1978 World Chess Championship. Have a live event fully. Snooker is in the mainstream fast in major sports. In the UK and Ireland In the past 30 years, the most televised competition in 1985 included a total of 18.5 million spectators from the final frame of the Dennis Bay match. Laurie and Steve Davis in recent years have lost out on tobacco advertising. That has led to a decrease in the number of professional tournaments. Even get some source from some sponsors. And is popular in the Far East and China. With new talents such as Liang Wenzhou, more respected players such as Ting, Hyun, Hui and Marco Fu are a good omen for the future of the sport in part. of the world

In 2010, promoter Barry Hearn took control of the World Snooker Association and came to the rescue of the poor and improved the list. The number of professional tournaments has สมัครUFABET increased and some variations have changed, attracting them in 2013, doubling the prize money from £ 3 million to £ 7 million.