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09-12-2019, 08:38 AM

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Originally Posted by nodeflection View Post
I think that if you are looking for cue speed to hit the rack then a light grip would be used.

If you want to break the rack with a lot of force backing up the hit use a more firm grip. Excess speed is the enemy for that type of break.
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Uhhh.... You get more force from the cue ball into the rack with more cue ball speed. What you say above is nonsensical.


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