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Is Lag for Break Used in Snooker?

Is Lag for Break Used in Snooker?

In snooker, do players typically Lag to decide who will break?

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Is Lag for Break Used in Snooker?

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  1. unitedthedon on 11/11/2006 4:34:31 PM

    The official rules for snooker say that players can either lag or draw for break. Lag is probably the official preferred method in snooker tournaments.

  2. unitedGinger on 11/17/2006 10:51:51 AM

    Yes, lag is the generally accepted method used to decide who will break.

    I personally like it best because it brings more skill in to play, rather than luck. Just flipping a coin replaces the skill needed to lob the ball down to the rail and land it as close as possible back to the original rail as possible.

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Is Lag for Break Used in Snooker?

  • Title: Is Lag for Break Used in Snooker?
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  • Published: 8/27/2006 2:57:36 PM
  • Last Updated: 8/27/2006 2:58:45 PM
  • Last Updated By: united