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07-03-2006, 12:15 PM

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Originally Posted by bruin70
why not just draw the cb back to your tip? you're also complicating the exercise by creating a table illusion you will probably never encounter.
ditto......i dont "practice it" per se........but sometimes when i want to check how my alignment is i will line up a straight in, shoot and leave my cue extended (making sure my delivery is straight) then wait for the cueball to come back and hit my tip.
  
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