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14.1 rule question - 08-19-2013, 05:29 AM

I posted this in the straight pool section also
in another thread this came up
Playing straight pool..player A is on one foul...and scratches...then he is on 2 fouls and player B has ball in hand behind the head string...

So player B could place the cueball behind the jaw of a pocket and just touch it with his cue leaving it there to make a third foul for player A more likely...that is one of the few intentional scratches that is not allowed...you will be penalized with unsportsmanship behaviour and get -15 points...

note.... cueball has not passed the head string
whats the ruling??
  
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03-09-2014, 10:37 PM

For the shot to start I must cross the head string.
  
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