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In Snooker

Why in snooker is it called the baulk line?

Answer . The baulk area has no significance in Snooker and is only used in the game of English Billiards; an object-ball within this area is considered to be "In-Baulk (MORE)

What does the word baulk mean?

Answer . baulk noun 1. the area on a billiard table behind the balkline; "a player with ball in hand must play from the balk" [syn: balk ] 2. something immaterial that (MORE)

What is a baulk ring?

A baulk ring is a gearbox / transmission component commonly found in most modern car gearboxes. It is a mechanism which helps ensure that gear changes are smooth and quiet (MORE)
In Snooker

What does the term baulk-line mean in snooker?

The Baulk area is marked by a line drawn 29 inches from the bottom cushion. A semi circle with a radius of 11.5 inches centered on this line within Baulk forms the 'D' in whic (MORE)