Frame One Foul

What is a Frame One Foul?

A foul in snooker is given when a player violates one of various rules governing the game. This can be due a missed shot, the incorrect ball being potted, or a number of other mistakes that can occur.

A frame is the name given to a single game of snooker – a match is made up of a pre-determined amount of frames. A frame one foul, therefore, is the term given to a foul or indiscretion during the first frame of a match.

How is a Frame One Foul used in Sports Betting?

Snooker is another sport that bookmakers can offer many markets on, as there are so many details and individual events that take place during a match.

There are a good selection of markets related to the first frame of a match and this includes the amount of fouls played – or the amount of foul points accrued during the frame.

Snooker referees are also allowed to call ‘a foul and a miss’ if they deem that the player has not attempted sufficiently well to overcome a tough shot – so this can also be factored into the amount of betting markets a bookmaker can offer.

Did you know?

If there are a high number of fouls committed during a frame it means that the final score can end up higher than usual as well. The most points scored in a single frame of snooker was between Peter Lines and Dominic Dale at the 2012 Wuxi Classic qualifiers. Dale conceded 14 fouls – for a total of 60 points – and Lines committed eight fouls that cost him 36 points.

See also

147 Break

First Ball Potted

Frame Betting

Frame One Winner

Maximum Break

Total Frames

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