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Billard - The classic leisure game for every club house or youth centers
Billard is one of the most famous leisure games at all. The word billard deduces from the French "bille". Translated the meaning of the word is ball, bullet or marble. The table game is not only very funny, it is also organized as serious sport. Billard is a classic sports and leisure game such as dart. Both games can be found in almost every pub and cafe as well as in club houses and youth clubs. In every youth hostle you will definitely find somewhere a billard table. For billard you only need a pair of billard queues and than start the game. Our billard tables by Kübler Sports are suitable for leisure use at home or in youth clubs but they are also highly suitable for serious sports in billard clubs. The history of billard is long and since today billard is fascinating a lot of people of different ages. Many different versions of billard are existing, all in all 35 different billard games are known at the moment: poolbillard played with a pool queue, snooker and bowling-billard. The game itself seems to be very easy at first sight, but just try and play it you will soon know that it is not that easy as it may seem. Equipped with a billardqueue, the player has to put all the coloured balls into the holes of the billardtable with the help of the white ball.
Billard - rules, infringments and the uncompromising will to win
For a billard game you need 2 players or 2 teams. The billard player is equipped with his billardqueue and the necessary accessories. To prepare the billardqueue ideal for the game professional players use billard chalk. The chalk offers a little more control when pushing the ball. While or after the game the queue can be stored safely in a wall mouting system. Two different types of balls are on every billard table. At first all coloured balls are put together on the table. One of the two players starts the game and pushes the white ball into the group of coloured balls. All balls have to be put into the holes of the table.
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