3 Herausgegeben vom REGELN FÜR SNOOKER UND ENGLISH BILLIARDS Übersetzt von Esther BÖHM und Eduard FARKASHAZY 9/96, überarbeitet von. Ein Foul ist jeder Verstoß gegen diese Regeln. Gesnookert. Der Spielball ist gesnookert, wenn ein direkter Stoß in gerader Linie auf jeden Ball On von. Grundregeln. 5. Das Spiel. 6. Wiederaufsetzen der Farbigen. 7. Kugeln gleichzeitig angespielt oder versenkt. 8. Weiße "press". 9. Snooker nach einem Foul.
REGELN SNOOKER ENGLISH BILLIARDSDie Snooker Regeln in Kurzform. AUFBAU DER KUGELN/BÄLLE: Die Bälle werden wie in der Abbildung auf der Buchrückseite aufgelegt. Die einzelnen Farben. Wie spielt man Snooker und nach welchen Regeln. Hier finden sich die offiziellen Snookerregeln und Anweisungen für Schiedsrichter. Ein Foul ist jeder Verstoß gegen diese Regeln. Gesnookert. (1). Der Spielball ist gesnookert, wenn ein direkter Stoß in gerader Linie auf jeden Ball On von.
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The table has six pockets into which the balls are potted, one in each corner and two in the middle of the long sides, or cushions.
The end from which the game starts is called the baulk end and has a line across the width of the table 29 inches from the baulk cushion.
In the centre of this is the D, an The hard balls, made from phenolic resin, are approximately 2. There are 15 red balls and one each of black, pink, blue, brown, green and yellow, as well as a white cue ball which is the only one struck by the players.
The colours go on their spots, the green, brown and yellow from left to right on the baulk line across the semi-circle. Dennis Taylor 8.
Jimmy White 4. Terry Griffiths 5. Nigel Gilbert. Tony Knowles Tony Chappel. John Virgo Gary Wilkinson. Danny Fowler.
Stephen Hendry 3. Alain Robidoux. Tony Meo Wayne Jones. Darren Morgan. Joe Johnson Mike Hallett 6. Steve Newbury.
John Parrott 2. Cliff Thorburn 7. Cliff Wilson. Doug Mountjoy Brady Gollan. Dean Reynolds The shooter remains at the table as long as he continues to legally pocket called balls or wins the game by scoring the required number of points.
When fourteen balls from a rack have been legally pocketed, play is suspended until the balls are re-racked. Shots must be called as explained in 1.
All balls pocketed on fouls, or on safeties, or without a called ball having been pocketed, and all balls driven off the table are spotted.
If the fifteenth ball of a rack needs to be spotted and the fourteen balls have not been touched, the fifteenth ball will spot on the apex spot and the referee may use the triangle to assure a tight rack.
The shooter scores one point for legally pocketing a called shot. Each additional ball pocketed on such a shot also counts one point.
Scores may be negative due to penalties from fouls. When the cue ball or fifteenth object ball interferes with racking fourteen balls for a new rack, the following special rules apply.
A ball is considered to interfere with the rack if it is within or overlaps the outline of the rack. The referee will state when asked whether a ball interferes with the rack.
In any case, there is no restriction on which object ball the shooter may play as the first shot of the new rack.
If the cue ball or object ball is barely outside the marked rack area and it is time to rack, the referee should mark the position of the ball to allow it to be accurately replaced if it is accidentally moved by the referee when racking.
The cue ball remains in position except as noted below. The following are standard fouls at A breaking foul is penalized by the loss of two points as mentioned under 4.
If both a standard foul and a breaking foul happen on one shot, it is considered a breaking foul. All fifteen balls are re-racked and the offending player is required to shoot under the requirements of the opening break.
If a stalemate occurs see 1. Black ball is played with 15 colored object balls and the cue ball. The object balls are two groups of seven and the black ball.
The player or team pocketing their group of object balls and legally pocketing the black ball wins the game. Shots are not called.
In addition to definitions defined in 8. Definitions Used in the Rules, the following definitions apply to black ball:. Free shot After a foul has been committed the incoming player is awarded a free shot.
On a free shot Rule 6. Baulk Baulk is the rectangular area of the table that is bordered by the baulk line and the three cushions at the head of the table.
The baulk line is parallel to the head rail and one fifth of the length of the playing surface away from the head cushion.
Snookered A player is said to be snookered when the cue ball has no straight, direct path to hit at least part of a legal target ball.
The snooker must be declared by the referee for it to be in effect. The player winning the lag has the option to determine who has to execute the first break shot.
Any violation of 6. The table is open after the break shot and remains open until the shooter pockets balls from only one group on a legal normal shot, which means not a break shot and not a free shot.
The shooter is then assigned that group of balls to pocket and the opponent is assigned the other group. The shooter remains at the table as long as he continues to legally pocket balls or the rack ends.
If he fails to legally pocket a ball but commits no foul, the opponent shoots from the position left. When the player has the cue ball in hand, he may place it by hand anywhere in baulk.
The player may continue to adjust the position of the cue ball by hand until he takes a shot. The cue ball is not required to leave baulk before striking an object ball.
If the cue ball is touching an object ball, the shooter must not play the cue ball in the direction of that ball. He is considered to have hit the touching ball when he shoots away from it if the ball is on for the shot.
When the shooter is snookered, Rule 6. Back to Blackball heading 5. Object balls driven off the table are spotted on the long string.
If several balls are to be spotted, they are spotted in the following order: 1 the black ball, 2 balls from the group of the next shooter, or balls from the red, blue or solid group if the table is open, 3 other balls.
In case of a stalemate due to lack of progress towards a conclusion, the breaker of the rack will break again. A stalemate also occurs if the position does not allow any legal shot.
If the shooter commits a foul, play passes to his opponent. The incoming player has one free shot see Free shot as the first shot of his inning.
The following are standard fouls at black ball: 6. The following additional situations are fouls at blackball: 5.
If the cue ball leaves the bed of the table and misses an object ball that would have been struck had the cue ball not left the table on an otherwise identical shot, the cue ball is deemed to have jumped over that object ball.
The player loses the rack if he: a pockets the black ball on an illegal shot; b pockets the black ball on a shot that leaves any of his group of balls on the table; c intentionally violates 6.
The following actions are fouls at pool when included in the specific rules of the game being played. If several fouls occur on one shot, only the most serious one is enforced.
If a foul is not called before the next shot begins, the foul is assumed not to have happened. Whether that ball is spotted depends on the rules of the game.
It is a foul to touch, move or change the path of any object ball except by the normal ball-toball contacts during shots.
It is a foul to touch, move or change the path of the cue ball except when it is in hand or by the normal tip-to-ball forward stroke contact of a shot.
The shooter is responsible for the equipment he controls at the table, such as chalk, bridges, clothing, his hair, parts of his body, and the cue ball when it is in hand, that may be involved in such fouls.
If such a foul is accidental, it is a standard foul, but if it is intentional, it is 6. If the cue stick contacts the cue ball more than once on a shot, the shot is a foul.
If the cue ball is close to but not touching an object ball and the cue tip is still on the cue ball when the cue ball contacts that object ball, the shot is a foul.
If the cue ball is very close to an object ball, and the shooter barely grazes that object ball on the shot, the shot is assumed not to violate the first paragraph of this rule, even though the tip is arguably still on the cue ball when ball-ball contact is made.
However, if the cue ball is touching an object ball at the start of the shot, it is legal to shoot towards or partly into that ball provided it is a legal target within the rules of the game and if the object ball is moved by such a shot, it is considered to have been contacted by the cue ball.
The cue ball is assumed not to be touching any ball unless it is declared touching by the referee or opponent. Playing away from a frozen ball does not constitute having hit that ball unless specified in the rules of the game.
If the shooter is uncertain whether the cue ball has been placed behind the head string, he may ask the referee for a determination.
When the cue ball is in hand behind the head string, and the first ball the cue ball contacts is also behind the head string, the shot is a foul unless the cue ball crosses the head string before that contact.
If such a shot is intentional, it is unsportsmanlike conduct. The cue ball must either cross the head string or contact a ball in front of or on the head string or the shot is a foul, and the cue ball is in hand for the following player according to the rules of the specific game.
If such shot is intentional, it is also unsportsmanlike conduct. It is a standard foul to unintentionally play out of turn.
Normally, the balls will be played from the position left by the mistaken play. Even the top pros lose control of the cue ball or find themselves tucked up by an opponent during a safety exchange and face being hampered.
It makes your shot ten times trickier. But if you watch club players attempt to cue while hampered by other balls, they often look nervous, unsure and unsteady.
And, invariably, that leads to a poor shot. Can you use a rest or other cue to assist? Try moving your bridging hand further away from the cue ball and raising the bridge.
Tuck your middle fingers in. Take your time and something will eventually feel right. The white should take the path of a banana and — hopefully — you hit the object ball.
The amount of swerve is determined by the amount of pace you put into the shot and where exactly you hit the white. And it is. But applying the right amount of side is less so.
Imagine a straight ish pot. You wanted the white to go to the left-hand side of the table….Help Learn Wettscheine Heute edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Phase 10 Spielanleitung this case, the opponent has the option to request that all balls on the table be returned to their position before the foul, and require the fouling player to take the shot again. No penalty is incurred for playing away if:.