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09-10-2019, 02:38 PM

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Originally Posted by born2push View Post
If that worked for me I would be doing it. Im tall so having more visuals ensures my perception is accurate. Im not a cte only guy. I think of your game is excelling then stick to what works for you. A great player i know said he sees the path the cue ball is taking. That's what cte helps me with. It could also be that if your vision is not great then cte or similar systems help find the shot line.

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If your eyes are bad, I have no idea how you can aim the side or center of the cue ball to ABC in the OB then pivot.


  
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