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06-05-2019, 06:48 AM

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use a regular shaft to practice your vertical axis drills.
it will magnify your off center (vertical axis )hits compared to an LD shaft
Very true. Any deviation from the vertical axis will cause some cb squirt. Any swerve that happens is much smaller and not too significant for most shots, unless you are excessively elevating the butt of the cue. Use a regular non LD shaft, preferably a thicker/heavier one, and keeping the cue as level as possible you'll find that squirt is so much greater than swerve that you can simply ignore any swerve.

When shots are missed due to applying english, whether intented or unintented, the most likely culprit is cb squirt, not swerve, unless the cue is too elevated, causing more swerve than normal. I don't think normal swerve is enough to be concerned with for most shots, as long the cue remains as level as possible.


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