I am confused about what counts as a break in snooker. The official rules have the following paragraph:
A break is a number of pots in successive strokes made in any one turn by a player during a frame.
As I read it, it seems to me that potting 1 ball during a turn is counted as a break ("a number of pots" - 1 or more). However, commentators from my country are saying that a break is consisting of sequence of potted balls which implies (at least in my language) that at least 2 balls must be potted to say that the player made a break.
Is potting 1 ball enough for the break or it needs more than 1 ball?