Snooker is a sort of pool, most fascinating.
Precision, estimation and endurance means much. This is physics and
math in practice. The players looks quite relaxed, circling around the
table, studying the position of the ivories, aiming and, after some
time, put the shot. The season for snooker mostly lasts from September
one year to May the year after.
I've picked some sites I feel gives me, as a completely
(I NEVER plays), what I need to enjoy the telecasts. In UK is
but us in Norway with only cable-TV, Eurosport is the choice.
The picture is of my hero Ronnie O'Sullivan, borrowed from
www.beo.ie, an (Gaelic?) Irish site. Photographer is not mentioned.
BBC both broadcast and write a lot about snooker. They have
rapid updates under most of the tournaments. Here you can read about
the games' rules easier explained than most snooker associations do on
their own sites. BBC has less stuff about the players and more about
the game itself.
WWW Snooker is mostly as updated as BBC and has a lot about
the game, the tournaments, the players, links to other associations for
snooker (and pool).
The World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association
Limited writes much and willingly about snooker. This is the most
complete snooker sites I've seen so far. The information is very
thorough. On Worldsnooker you have to register to get access to the
Most events in snooker is written about at Worldsnooker. Here
you also find play schedules and information on ticket sales for the