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Snooker rules,I missed the 5 ball and hooked my apposition, is that a foul hook.

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If you scratch and it results in a hook, you are penalized for the scratch and your opponent then has the option of passing on their shot and forcing you to shoot out of the hook (and be penalized again for another scratch, if you miss)

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