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|A one-handed snooker player required a rest for his cue that could allow him to play his shots, but also be easy to move one-handed about the table.
This simple rest was made from a bracket usually used as a centre support for a wardrobe rail. The ring allows the rest to be positioned using the cue. The cut-outs allow it to be placed close to the ball without compromising stability.