Snooker is a classic pub game that”s pretty similar to pool. If you don”t appear twice, you might believe it is pool. Principles of pool and the same fundamental rules implement: there are distinct points assigned to distinct coloured balls, although you use a cue ball to attempt to hit other balls into pockets.
Snooker has its share of sharks, or those who clean you out and feign to be horrible to get you to wager cash on the game, just to turn up the accelerator on you. It seems as if snooker sharks are becoming educated the tricks of the trade before and before, particularly when Adam Wynne, a three-year old snooker expert, can hold his own against any adult.
(via Bernard Westman)
I”m certainly no one would ever expect that from a three-year old child. I feel lots of snooker successes in his future. Perhaps he could go professional! Anything is possible with decision and enough practice, and this child has them in spades.