Originally Posted by stan shuffett
I have said the following multiple times on AZ.
The visuals give you a fixed cue ball with 2 outside edges, one left and one right. Thus you also have a cue ball vertical axis defined between the 2 fixed edges. Once your visuals are correctly seen: THE OB IS OUT OF THE PICTURE.
YOU MOVE IN 1/2 tip left or right of CCB to connect with the geometry of the table. Manual pivoting is ultimately for testing and system evidence only.
Pro One is simply SEE THE VISUALS AND SHOOT. Your eyes/ head must move left or right to make the shot. Pro one eliminates the need for a weird pivot.
I hope this clarifies your concerns. You must experience this as that is what true knowledge really is all about. This is actually very simple as many are now reporting.
When you say the visuals give you a fixed cue ball with two outside edges and a vertical axis in between, your answer does nothing to help me better understand where my head needs to be. I can see a fixed cue with two edges and a center from every possible angle.
You can forget everything in red because I got that, no need for you to repeat the process after the visuals just answer my question.
Where is your head when you see the visuals?
Are you directly on the cte line?
Are you directly on the secondary line?
Are you on both lines at the same time?