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    Last night playing a league match player took his shot without having a hand on the table or using a rest, white was in a Chinese snooker near cushion some thoughts that this was a foul but nobody was sure anybody know the ruling.

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    No foul.
    This is a one handed shot. Steve Davis was known to have made centuries one handed.
    It's the feet or atleast one foot that has to

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    Cheers yes I witnessed Alex Higgins make 135 playing one handed, just out of the normal the guy played the shot two handed but with a floating bridge

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    yep, no foul
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    Many masse' shots (including Jimmy White's famous one) require a floating bridge, no foul. The only strict rules for cue action & stance are that

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