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Carlo Biado's stroke - 06-23-2017, 03:58 PM

I was watching the recent World Cup of Pool and noticed when he lines up his shot he appears to be stroking towards the left side of the cue ball, when he strikes it looks like he cuts across the ball to the right, crazy looking stroke., I guess it must generate more power? He even does this on straight shots.
  
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06-23-2017, 04:07 PM

Those crazy Filipinos!


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06-23-2017, 04:09 PM

Bustamante does the same thing
  
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When I read this title... - 06-23-2017, 04:19 PM

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I was watching the recent World Cup of Pool and noticed when he lines up his shot he appears to be stroking towards the left side of the cue ball, when he strikes it looks like he cuts across the ball to the right, crazy looking stroke., I guess it must generate more power? He even does this on straight shots.
I thought you were talking about him having a stroke, not his pool stroke...Thank God that wasn't the case.

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06-23-2017, 04:21 PM

Could be his aiming system

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06-23-2017, 04:37 PM

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I was watching the recent World Cup of Pool and noticed when he lines up his shot he appears to be stroking towards the left side of the cue ball, when he strikes it looks like he cuts across the ball to the right, crazy looking stroke., I guess it must generate more power? He even does this on straight shots.
This is a common fault of players who are right handed and left-eye dominant. You see the opposite in snooker player Judd Trump who is left handed and right eye dominant -- right to left tip movement on most/all shots.

I think it is a mistake to read planning and intention into faulty mechanics.


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06-23-2017, 04:43 PM

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This is a common fault of players who are right handed and left-eye dominant.
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06-23-2017, 06:04 PM

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Bustamante does the same thing
I think he cues low then brings it up to where he wants to hit it ,


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06-23-2017, 07:19 PM

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I think he cues low then brings it up to where he wants to hit it ,


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He cues in Cuba and then hits in Oregon. It's amazing that he can make a ball.


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06-23-2017, 07:28 PM

Probably using CTE on his breaks...


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06-23-2017, 07:48 PM

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06-23-2017, 07:51 PM

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He cues in Cuba and then hits in Oregon. It's amazing that he can make a ball.
I've actually tried this with pretty good success,, i kinda liken this to fielding a ball with your back to the base you turn around and throw a dart to first , Iv made a lot of cash hitting targets by throwing or shooting a gun or throwing darts like this , I actualy lost a bet to a world class dart champion who said he could hit the bull 3 times in a row from his knees back facing the board in one motion spin and hit the bull spin again hit the bull spin again and hit the bull ,, cost me 50 for that lesson crazy what some people can do when focused

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06-23-2017, 08:58 PM

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He cues in Cuba and then hits in Oregon. It's amazing that he can make a ball.
Jimmy Moore used to do the same thing. He could make a ball too!


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06-24-2017, 01:52 AM

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Jimmy Moore used to do the same thing. He could make a ball too!
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06-24-2017, 02:05 AM

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This is a common fault of players who are right handed and left-eye dominant. You see the opposite in snooker player Judd Trump who is left handed and right eye dominant -- right to left tip movement on most/all shots.

I think it is a mistake to read planning and intention into faulty mechanics.
I have to agree with Mr Jewett on this. Personally, I find it very unlikely that they (Biado, Bustamante and Trump) cue up across the cue ball because of some esoteric method like BHE, CTE, XYZ, ABC or what have you. It is simply a fault in their technique that they have learned to manage and counteract.

Judd Trump cues to the right of the cue ball whenever he intends to hit center ball, and this is because he knows that somewhere in his final delivery his cueing arm would, perhaps due to habit, swipe the cue to the left. This is very noticeable on his power shots, where he is lining up further to the right of center as his body movement will be more extreme on such types of shots. The problem with this self-correcting habit is that under pressure he may have difficulty gauging the degree of offset, especially on those soft delicate positional shots.

Trump is very much aware of this technical fault, and has found a way to make it work, as do Biado I would bet. Some of the best players are the ones who are intimately aware of their technical faults, learned to manage them and turned them into strengths. Just look at Efren!

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