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10-16-2017, 06:23 AM

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Originally Posted by Ralph Kramden View Post
IMO you should readily recognize a 30 degree angle... Question #19 on the link.

.... http://sites.google.com/site/poolandbilliard/pool-dogma ....
The 5 verticle lines for ball overlaps using center CB

Ball overlaps... Line 1 (Full ball).. Line 2 (7/8 ball).. Line 3 (3/4 ball).. Line 4 (5/8 ball).. Line 5 (1/2 ball)

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GAMES... http://sites.google.com/site/poolandbilliard

Recognize a 1/2 ball 30 degree cut, and the 1/8 ball angles.
Paralysis by aiming analysis happens by thinking too much.

To play at top speed.. You must own the stop shot line.

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