in another discussion on azbSorry those balls don't appear to be resting on the table. If either was moved the other falls so....spot them up and opponent owes 1.
Whitey aren't you the rules guy
3.33 JAWED BALLS
If two or more balls are locked between the jaws or sides of the pocket, with one or more suspended in air, the referee shall inspect the balls in position and follow this procedure: he shall visually (or physically if he desires) project each ball directly downward from its locked position; any ball that in his judgement would fall in the pocket if so moved directly downward is a pocketed ball, while any ball that would come to rest on the bed of the table is not pocketed. The balls are then placed according to the referee’s assessment, and play continues according to specific game rules as if no locking or jawing of balls had occurred.
I'd be trying this Jewett masse'.a question similar was asked on azb
jay helfert mentioned a pique type of masse shot
mentioned that bill smith could probably do it
bob jewett posted this virtual animation
Rotation game, lowest object ball and cue ball are jawed in corner, neither suspended, both on playing surface. If a ball was legally pocketed on the shot where this resulted, how does the shooter play this? If no ball was made, how does the...forums.azbilliards.com