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Q: How many points is the Brown ball worth in snooker?

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Potting the brown ball in snooker earns you 4 points.

The blue ball is worth 5 points in snooker.

The green ball is worth three points in snooker.

The red ball is worth 1 point in snooker.

The black ball is worth seven (7) points in snooker.

In Snooker, the pink ball is worth 6 points.

Four points

6 points.

Pink

Five points.

green

Green

black

It is worth 3 points when potted.

The green ball. It is worth 3 points, while the yellow is worth 2 points.

Snooker is played with 15 red balls (worth 1 point each) 1 yellow ball (worth 2 points) 1 green ball (worth 3 points) 1 brown ball (worth 4 points) 1 blue ball (worth 5 points) 1 pink ball (worth 6 points) 1 black ball (worth 7 points) and 1 white ball which is used by the players and is not worth anything.

The yellow.

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5 points

Pink

There are 15 reds worth 1 point, a yellow worth 2 points, a green worth 3 points, a brown worth 4 points, a blue worth 5 points, a pink worth 6 points, a black 7 points and a white ball which is the cue ball used to hit against the other balls.

The player would get 5 points: 1 point for the red and 4 points for the brown.

The black ball, which is worth 7 points. Yellow=2, green=3, brown=4, blue=5, pink=6 and black=7. =D

A player can get zero points in a frame of snooker, so that is the lowest. The lowest valued ball is the red ball, which is worth 1 point.

3 points