(Sport: Snooker)


To play a controlled shot, it is important for a player to provide a steady support for the cue. A player uses their non cueing hand to create this support, called a bridge. This is achieved by the player placing the spread fingers of their non playing hand on the table, then lifting the wrist up while keeping the fingers in contact with the table to form a bridge. The thumb is then extended outward to provide a firm base for the cue.

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