Billiard Balls

Billiard balls come in different sizes and designs that vary by game type. Traditionally, billiard balls were made from elephant ivory, but are commonly made from phenolic resin today. Billiard balls range in diameter from the largest in Russian pyramid and kaisa at 2 11/16” | 68 mm to the smallest in Snooker 2 1/16” | 52.5 mm. Other variations of billiard ball sizes are Carom at 2 7/16” | 61.5 mm, American-style at 2 1/4” | 57 mm, and British-style at 2 3/16” | 56 mm.

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The Billiard Balls has an overall height of , width of , and depth of . The seat height of the Billiard Balls is set at with arms at .
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The Billiard Balls has an overall height of , length of , and depth of . The seat height of the Billiard Balls is set at .
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The typical Billiard Balls has an overall height of and body length of . An average Billiard Balls weighs between and has a typical lifespan of .
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Drawing comparing billiard ball dimensions from Russian Kaisa, Carom, American, English, Snooker

Billiard balls come in different sizes and designs that vary by game type. Traditionally, billiard balls were made from elephant ivory, but are commonly made from phenolic resin today. Billiard balls range in diameter from the largest in Russian pyramid and kaisa at 2 11/16” | 68 mm to the smallest in Snooker 2 1/16” | 52.5 mm. Other variations of billiard ball sizes are Carom at 2 7/16” | 61.5 mm, American-style at 2 1/4” | 57 mm, and British-style at 2 3/16” | 56 mm.

Common Questions
Common Questions
Common Questions
What are pool balls made of?
Pool balls today are typically made from phenolic resin, though pool balls in the past were made from elephant ivory.
How do you play pool?
There are many variations of pool with differing play styles and strategies, but the most common games are straight pool, rotation games, and eight-ball. Straight pool games allow players to shoot openly at any ball on the table to earn points. Rotation games (nine-ball) require that players shoot at balls in order from one to nine. Eight-ball is played with each player shooting at either the striped or the solid balls until they have successfully made them all and can then shoot the eight-ball to win.

How do you rack pool?
The two most common racks for pool are the diamond rack used in nine-ball pool and the full triangle rack used for eight-ball pool. Nine-ball pool is racked with the one ball at the apex and the nine ball in the center. Eight-ball pool is racked with the eight ball in the center and the other balls organized at random with a stripe and a solid at each of the back two corner locations.
How many balls are in pool?

Pool is a general term referring to a variety of different pool games, with the most popular games being nine-ball and eight-ball pool. Nine-ball is played with nine balls in a diamond rack labeled one through nine. Eight ball is played with fifteen balls in a full triangle rack.

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Diameter (Russian kaisa): 2 11/16” | 68 mm
Diameter (Carom): 2 7/16” | 61.5 mm
Diameter (American): 2 1/4” | 57 mm
Diameter (British): 2 3/16” | 56 mm
Diameter (Snooker): 2 1/16” | 52.5 mm
Material: Phenolic resin

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Billiard Ball sizes: Russian Kaisa, Carom, American, English, Snooker

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