Originally Posted by markdrums1
I've been playing pool "off & on" for the better part of 30 yrs, went down to the local pool hall today with my trusty old Palmer...I decided to try something I read on AZ a while ago, aiming at the bottom of an object ball, instead of the whole side of the cut....WOW!!! How did I not know this already? I couldn't miss a ball! why is this so much more accurate?
Originally Posted by DTL
If you're aiming at the bottom of the OB that would be a full hit on the OB (like a straight in shot).......the way I see it. On very thin cuts I don't see how one could aim at the bottom of the OB........anything thinner than a 1/2 ball hit for that matter.
"You're right, I was just kidding about the whole "bottom" of the ball thing."
You got a lot of milage on this thread.