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The history of billiards begins in the fourteenth century. The game was invented in Europe, but there was a conflict as to what country. The French believed that the English invented the game, but at the same time, the English thought the French did. In the end, a French billiards specialist found evidence that the game originated in France about the fourteenth century. The word 'billiard' is derived from two French words, 'billiart' and 'bille'. These two words mean 'stick' and 'ball'. Put them together, and you get stick-ball or pool as it's called these days. At first…
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