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  • About CJ Wiley
    Biography
    ESPN World Champion - Professional Player of the Year 'Pool and Billiard Magazine'- 96 Mosconi Cup Team Champion (Player and Captain)- ESPN World Battle of the Sexes Champion- PCA Million Dollar Challenge Champion- ESPN World Mixed Doubles Champ
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    Dallas/Ft. Worth Texas - Book Private Lessons thegameistheteacher@gmail.com
    Interests
    Golf, Tennis, Mountain Biking, Martial Arts, NLP, Pro Billiards,
    Occupation
    Bar/BilliardsClub Consulting/Managing Pro Billiard Player, CJ's Ultimate Pool Secrets, CJ's Pro Billiard Products
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    TO BOOK PRIVATE LESSONS EMAIL ME AT thegameistheteacher@gmail.com - For Blogs, Free Video Clips, Instructional Tips and Techniques Check Out www.cjwiley.com

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  • Join Date: 05-15-2010

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Posted 01-19-2013 at 11:49 PM by CJ Wiley Comments 0
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At first the players that I've worked with don't like the idea of creating angles with their tip and the cue ball (without "aiming"). Then when I show them how it actually works and the precision and accuracy it generates, they quickly "open their minds" to the potential of the TOI.

I know this is "common sense," however I'll say it again "the cue ball is the target and the tip is the only direct relationship we have to the Game."
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Posted 01-18-2013 at 01:08 AM by CJ Wiley Comments 0
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For many pool players it's a natural tendency to want to spin shots in with outside "helping" English. This technique is very useful, especially if you're trying to change the natural angle of the cue ball after contact. There's another way to do this if you want to "master a shot" so you can hit the three parts of the pocket. To do this you must become more accurate and develop a "FEEL" for the pocket. This isn't any more difficult, it just requires you to simplify...

Posted 01-15-2013 at 08:38 AM by CJ Wiley Comments 0
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If you want to experience the aiming part of TOI try this:

Set up a slightly off angled shot (straight in to a spot a half diamond to the left of the corner pocket). This means you need to cut it slightly to the right, so look at the center of your tip, then get down as if it's straight in, aim at center (for your reference point and to "dial in your eyes"), then more your whole stick parallel to the shot line slightly to the right.

Hit it at the center,...

Posted 01-11-2013 at 10:40 PM by CJ Wiley Comments 0
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Like any advanced pool system it's challening to explain the TOI in writing without video. Even on video it took me 10 hours of demonstration and description to be satisfied that TOI is communicated properly.

Before you think it's a 10 hour video I'll put your mind at ease, it's been cut down to just over an hour. The point is there's a lot involved in explaining something that ends up being simple. I took the 3 major calculations you have to make to play pool and blended them into...

Posted 01-11-2013 at 10:15 PM by CJ Wiley Comments 0
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I talked briefly with Shane about a certain long, tough shot off the rail and he doesn't even connect to the actual object ball (on that particular shot), instead connects to the ball, then aims at the shadow cast by the object ball and bisects it with the center of his tip.

I don't want to try to explain what he does, I only know what I do, however, with my solid "referential index" I can understand immediately{know} how others are making their connection. It's just best...
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