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Are Handicaps Used in Snooker?

Are Handicaps Used in Snooker?

Is there a such thing as a handicap in snooker?

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Are Handicaps Used in Snooker?

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  1. Gingerbilliardsforum on 1/6/2007 2:44:20 AM

    You can certainly handicap snooker players, and in fact, it is usual to handicap the best player as scratch/no start and depending on the worst player's standard you can go up to +50 or higher.

    I've heard of some local snooker leagues handicapping between -21 and +45, so the weakest player would get a 66-point spread from the best player.

    If you can be more specific about your question and tell us what type of competition, and the nature of what you want to handicap we can give more details.

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Are Handicaps Used in Snooker?

  • Title: Are Handicaps Used in Snooker?
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  • Published: 1/6/2007 2:38:57 AM