Learn the step-by-step process of using a professional snooker triangle for accurate and consistent placement of the fifteen red balls.
In snooker, the word "triangle" usually refers to the accessory used to position the fifteen red balls behind the pink spot on the table.
Despite its name, the professional snooker triangle is rectangular with a triangular shape in the center for a specific reason.
Snooker triangles are usually made from plastic or wood. Proper care should be taken not to rub the table's baize when positioning the balls.
The triangle's unidirectional wheels and pointer help accurately position the balls every time a new game (frame) is started. The rectangular shape allows for easy alignment of the fifteen red balls behind the pink spot.
Here are the steps to use a Professional Snooker Triangle:
With the balls now perfectly positioned, you are set for a break-off!
It's important to invest in high-quality snooker equipment. Make sure to choose a triangle that is accurate, well-crafted, and won't leave marks on the table after use.