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01-29-2018, 08:54 AM

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Originally Posted by DrCue'sProtege View Post
My fault. Its actually both. I close my right eye and then squint just a little with my left eye, which is my dominant eye.

I've noticed its almost as if I am aiming just a hair to the left on straight in shots. I worked on this a few shots today, swiveling the cue back to the right a micro-hair and it seemed to work okay on follow and stun shots. I'll work on this again, hopefully tomorrow.

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I probably wasn't clear so I'll say it a different way. I've seen lots of players close one eye to look at a shot, mostly at times when they're trying to determine if the cb is slightly blocked by an ob and if it can pass through.

However, I've never seen any players close one eye as they are getting into their stance or are in their stance --- even beginners who don't know any better.

Squinting, in any instance, with either one or both eyes, is an indication of an eye pathology, like myopia.


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