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Snooker Cue Regulations

Snooker Cue Regulations

What are the exact rules concerning the specifications of a snooker/pool cue?

This question relates to the following billiard rules:

Snooker Cue Regulations

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  1. guestGinger on 1/6/2007 2:48:45 AM

    A snooker cue must be a minimum length of 3ft, (appx 90cm/36in) and there is no maximum length. According to the WPBSA rules:

    3. Cue

    A cue shall be not less than 3ft (914mm) in length and shall show no substantial departure from the traditional and generally accepted shape and form.

  2. guestjana on 1/6/2007 2:50:32 AM

    I heard that the 3 foot minimum was introduced when a player once tried to use a snooker cue stick about the length of a pencil to play a shot from inside the pack of red balls.

    Not sure who this snooker player was.

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Snooker Cue Regulations

  • Title: Snooker Cue Regulations
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  • Published: 1/6/2007 2:46:49 AM