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    Rules question

    Well, that pretty much covers it.. THANKS
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    Rules question

    A friend asked me a rules question today, that I couldn't find a distinct answer in any of the rules books. In the course of normal play, your opponent lays his cue stick on the table and walks around to the other side of the table, in a effort to either aim a object ball shot, or maybe...
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    Cue cases with kickstands

    Doesnt take that much room. Generally tournaments and bar-rooms. Can put it next to you chair, or best yet against a wall. Foot print may be 1.5 ftx1.5 ft. I would have to measure exactly. Overall, that's not a problem. Then the legs fold in against the case for travel, or not in use.
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    Cue cases with kickstands

    The cue case stand, as pictured above buy "our auction guy" with the brown instroke case, looks like the ones Pappy makes in his basement. Pappy is my father in law, and lives and plays in Eastern PA. They use wooden legs and a spine, with brass hinged arms. Weigh about same as a cue. The stands...
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