A billiard is a table-top game played on a rectangular tabletop, covered with a rope, a long stick called an amputee, and a varying number of balls, with different game modes and rules. Inner rubber tapes on the edges of the table are covered with the same fabric.

The billiards were first played in France in the mid-15th century. In the following centuries it spread in various European countries and America.

The French Bilardo, also known as “Karambol”, is played on a hall without a hole. English billy snooker and other perforated billiard games are played on each corner and in the middle of the long sides, with a total of six holes in each.


The first time pool balls were made out of ivory, there are three types of billiards, French Bilardos, striped billiards, perforated billiards, rotation, snooker, bowls, golf bells, baseball bells, bogatel and chance ègal. The fact that billiard balls made by Ivory are both very expensive and cause the death of the fillers have led people to new quests. After the invention of plastic, in the late 19th century Billiards became very popular in the United States. The pools of billiards made from the phloxes used in the halls and bilarda that were opened in the backyard caused the murder of thousands of filibuses. Advocates of animal rights opposed this criticism, and ivory was not practical in the producers and was quite expensive. In his work at the John Wesley Hyatt strong> store, he discovered a new kind of flexible but powerful plastic. He tried to make billions with the discovery of Hyatt. But in his first experiments he noticed that the balls he had made were not hard enough to use. He then made the coin to withstand the work he did. The Hyatt was patented in New York on June 15, 1869 as the creator of plastic.

In recent years, billiards have begun to take up an important place in sports. At this moment, it is the fifth most popular sporting sport in Europe.

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