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snookered

(ˈsnʊkɚd)
mod. cheated; deceived. I was snookered skillfully and quickly. It was almost a pleasure.
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In a break from traditional snooker events and competitions, Oneforseven has a four-table set-up with eight players simultaneously competing in four separate frames.
The kingdom previously staged the World Under-21 Snooker Championship in 2005.
The UAE national snooker team took part in the Arab Snooker Championship held in Cairo, from June 4 to 12, 2009.
Despite his misgivings, the "Hurricane" has given so much to the sport of snooker and inspired so many stars and he was inspirational in making the sport what it is today.
In terms of her regional achievements, she won the Oceania Women's Snooker Championship three times: in 2013 defeating Geua John (4-2), in 2014 defeating Margaret Gorski (4-1), and this year in 2016, defeating Kathy Parashis (4-3).
Sam's Snooker ensured their progression to the semi-finals with a team of the week performance at Redcar Lakes A.
Put it this way, you were surprised when someone brought a case in there and there was actually a snooker cue inside it.
He said: "After watching the demise of snooker in North Wales over the last couple of years, Gareth Allen and I thought it was imperative to bring a competitive snooker event back to the area.
Also on the bill is young snooker starlet six-year-old Westley Cooper who has to stand on a crate to reach a snooker table.
The Leicester-born former snooker player turned pop star is friends with fellow Foxes fan and England Striker Gary Lineker.
Many women in Wales have taken up the cue after watching snooker on TV, but they are treated like second-class citizens even though Welsh men players lead the world in the game, say the women.
IF YOU don't like snooker then to be honest you hate this game already.
JOHN Higgins feels snooker is in safe hands now there is no longer any room in the sport for "grey areas" in terms of discipline.
We are working on the globalisation of our sport and this opens up a continent for snooker.
SNOOKER player John Higgins said he will "vigorously defend" himself in the face of allegations he agreed to fix a match and again insisted he is "100% innocent".