Snooker Etiquette – About Cuestars

Having good snooker etiquette means misunderstandings and mistakes can be sorted quickly and without any fuss. Here’s some examples of good snooker etiquette.

  • Shake hands before and after the match, and before a deciding frame
  • When your opponent is at the table, stand away from the table and not in his eye-line, if practical. Do not move until the object-ball reaches the pocket
  • Always apologise or hold your hand up if you fluke a pot or fluke a snooker.