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10-13-2017, 03:23 PM

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Originally Posted by pt109 View Post
I'm gonna continue to call it a half-ball...for me, it's a visual thing.
...when I play under pressure, don't need no math going through my head.
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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 .....

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Many players use visual overlaps & have for years.
IMO the ball overlaps can be more precisely found.

No math involved.. Just knowing your aim point for
Center CB.. You'll only need to know the pocketing
angle that the OB will go if the CB hits at that point.

If center CB is aimed at center OB ( line 1) it goes straight.
If center CB is aimed at the OB edge (line 5) ....it goes 30*
If center CB aims 1/2 way between 1&5 (line 3) it goes 15*
Whatever OB line is aimed at, it can be seen & will repeat.

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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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