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    I'd like an opinion please on the definition in 20(b) of where the cue ball lands. Is it a) where it lands on the TABLE or where it lands on the BALL

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    It is where the cue ball lands (contacts the bed of the table) that is considered in relation to the object ball.
    If it lands on the far side, c

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    Thanks DeanH. That’s actually what I believed but had a debate with a snooker coach during a Billiards “session”. He disagreed stating that as long as

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