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A long billiard cue about 2.4 m (8 feet) in length.
- ‘We have snooker tables, convertible billiard dining tables, English pool tables, snooker cues, pool cues, snooker balls, pool balls, scoreboards, triangles, rests, spiders, half-butts, long-butts, extended spiders, swan neck spiders, billiard balls, wall racks and floorstands.’
- ‘Cue rests, long cues aka butts & half-butts according to their length, extensions and adaptors may be used by players when they fall under difficult positions for cueing.’
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