based on the World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA) World Standardized Rules (the “official rules of pool”)
What is a push shot foul and what are some examples?
A push shot is where a shot in which the cue tip remains in contact with the cue ball longer than is appropriate for a normal stroke and legal shot. A push shot is a foul (i.e., it is not allowed). Here is an example:
And more can be found here:
- NV B.2 – Mike Page’s double hits, push shots, and frozen balls
- HSV B.28 – frozen-ball kiss, miscue, and push shots and fouls
- Mike Masséy trick shot collection
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