Top Definition
A Chinese snooker is where the cue ball in a game of snooker rests just in the pocket with the pocket cushion preventing the player being able to get a clear shot at the object ball - thus creating a snooker but not in the conventional sense of being snookered behind other balls.
Ian got lucky, the white ball ended up in a Chinese snooker so I ended up losing the game
by MisterBelfast December 25, 2013

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