Who Invented Snooker?
Sir Neville Francis Fitzgerald Chamberlain was the one who in 1875 invented snooker. When at Sandhurst Military College, during rainy days, the young officers spent most of their time in a billiards room playing snooker and their favorite games were pyramids and black pool, and some of the games were allowed for gambling.
The three most popular snooker tournaments are the World Championship, the Masters and the UK Championship, and these three with one name are known as the Triple Crown in snooker. Players who win the three most prestigious events are told that they have won the Triple Crown. Thanks to the Triple Crown, sports betting on snooker in online casinos is getting more popular, and if you are a beginner and you want to profit and earn real money, you should learn something more about snooker betting strategies and what are your betting odds.