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    after a foul say on the last red the cue ball angle's the next player can he take a free ball ? as its part of the table that is causing the obstruction not a ball not on

  • #2
    angled as in by the curve of a pocket:

    Sec 2.17 Snookered
    (e) The cue-ball cannot be snookered by a cushion. If the curved face of a cushion obstructs the cue-ball and is closer to the cue-ball than any obstructing ball not on, the cue-ball is not snookered.

    so it is not a snooker, so not free ball.


    see also at the bottom of the OP here and the 4th image
    http://www.thesnookerforum.co.uk/boa...f-you-have-one
    Up the TSF!

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    • #3
      Just make him play again from where cue ball is

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      • #4
        yep, as always you have the two options, from where the balls are play yourself or let him play again
        Up the TSF!

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        • #5
          In the game I was snookered in my attempt to get out of the snooker I missed the red the cue ball ended up in the jaws of the green pocket .there was no ball inbetween red and White just the corner of the pocket my opponent was going to take a free ball but I thought it wasn't in the end he just made me go again

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          • #6
            sounds like you played it right
            Up the TSF!

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