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Practicing This Straight Draw Shot - 07-02-2006, 07:29 PM

do any of you posters ever practice your draw shots like this? line other balls up in a line, on both sides. then try and draw the cue ball straight back through without hitting a ball?

if you can do this you have a very good draw stroke. and if you can consistently draw it back to various points, such as Point A and Point B, you are doing good.

anybody ever practice this type of draw shot? at times i will also practice the straight in and stun shots this way too.

DCP

p.s. ok, i am missing the '9' Ball in the diagram. it is, of course, opposite of the '5' Ball.

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