You get no points for a snooker. A snooker is when you leave your opponent where they can not directly hit an object ball, because another ball is in their path, or possibly they are in the jaws of a pocket and the pocket is blocking their shot. You will only get points if the player then fouls. So you can get a player into a snooker and if the player does not foul on the next shot, you get no points. You don't get points for putting them in a snooker; you get points if they foul after you have got the snooker. If the player does foul, then you will get either 4, 5, 6 or 7 points, depending on the foul that the player makes.
Gary Owen - snooker player - died in 1995.
Sidney Smith - snooker player - was born in 1908.
Gary Owen - snooker player - was born in 1929.
Philip Williams - snooker player - was born in 1968.
Sidney Smith - snooker player - died in 1990.
One answer could be a rocket scientist, another an artillery gunner, another a snooker player, another a football player, another a physicist, another an engineer.
John Dunning - snooker player - was born in 1927-04.
Neil Robertson (2010 world snooker champion) .
Joe Perry - snooker player - was born on 1974-08-13.
Tom Ford - snooker player - was born on 1983-08-17.
Mark Allen - snooker player - was born on 1986-02-22.