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So... I stumbled across the following situation... There were only two balls left, one for each team. I got the last ball for our team but the white ball went in accidentally as well...

Did we lose?! The other team had only one ball left too...

(My apologies for the poor vocabulary regarding the game and also regarding the rules in general... I’m not used to play at all)

Thanks!

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So I just got into snooker the last half of the world champs. I'd like some links to some good quality matches on YouTube. Would prefer you guys state specific group of frames as I wanna spend roughly an hour at a time watching. Cheers

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Are there any players that graduated from Q School that you're particularly excited about? If you're unsure about Q School, then feel free to read the short post below which gives a brief rundown. As always, keen to hear everyone's opinions!

https://snookershorts.com/shorts/what-is-the-q-school

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Reddit - Snooker by /u/theajera - 2d ago

Ive only began playing snooker 2 months ago and know the basics. I was practising at my local club today and was trying to get back spin on the cue ball but I could only seem to get it to spin around half the width of the table and when I would try and hit it harder or hit lower on the cue ball I always miss cue, can anyone help me on how to get more backspin? Thanks

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Reddit - Snooker by /u/rv5618 - 3d ago

Does anyone know any methods of compressing a new tip without a compressor tool?

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Reddit - Snooker by /u/shattered4her - 3d ago

Why do I see some snooker players, the middle finger of their bridge hand goes up and down, before shooting a shot? Is there a reason to this?

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