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Is there any instructors on the west coast of FL that teach CTE PRO One?
  
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03-14-2019, 02:00 PM

i'm in the Tampa Bay area, and I can teach you CTE aiming. It's not Pro One, but it is center-to-edge aiming, and an easy system to learn. PM me hear with a way to contact you by phone.

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03-14-2019, 05:16 PM

scott i deleted this post since i may have misunderstood based on others comments
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03-14-2019, 05:55 PM

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you should be ashamed of yourself
you cant teach it...cte pro 1
the guy asked for pro 1
so be a man and admit it
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i'm in the Tampa Bay area, and I can teach you CTE aiming. It's not Pro One, but it is center-to-edge aiming, and an easy system to learn. PM me hear with a way to contact you by phone.

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Looks to me like Scott "admitted" it upfront.

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03-14-2019, 06:05 PM

what's the diff between cte and cte pro-one?


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03-14-2019, 06:32 PM

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what's the diff between cte and cte pro-one?
Scott’s version is center to edge as in a fractional system. So center to edge is a half ball hit. Center to halfway between edge and center is a quarter ball hit, etc...and adjust from there. There are also diagrams and which shot angles correspond to which fractional hit.

It’s good to learn especially if you want to get poolology and learn how to accurately judge fractional aiming points required for various shots.

It’s useful but it isn’t the same as what Stan teaches.


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scott’s version is center to edge as in a fractional system. So center to edge is a half ball hit. Center to halfway between edge and center is a quarter ball hit, etc...and adjust from there. There are also diagrams and which shot angles correspond to which fractional hit.

It’s good to learn especially if you want to get poolology and learn how to accurately judge fractional aiming points required for various shots.

It’s useful but it isn’t the same as what stan teaches.
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03-14-2019, 09:21 PM

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what's the diff between cte and cte pro-one?
CTE is Hal Houles system that uses a 15°, 30°, and 45° perception with a manual pivot. CTE Pro1 is Stan Shuffett's advanced version of CTE, where you "sweep" the cue into the shot line instead of using a manual pivot.

From what I read, Scott is saying he can teach CTE, not Pro1, which means he can teach CTE with manual pivoting instead of experienced sweeping.


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CTE is Hal Houles system that uses a 15°, 30°, and 45° perception with a manual pivot. CTE Pro1 is Stan Shuffett's advanced version of CTE, where you "sweep" the cue into the shot line instead of using a manual pivot.

From what I read, Scott is saying he can teach CTE, not Pro1, which means he can teach CTE with manual pivoting instead of experienced sweeping.
There is no pivoting in Scott’s system.


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There is no pivoting in Scott’s system.
Oh. I thought he was talking about teaching CTE, not his system. If his system is fractions, why did he call it CTE? How about some clarification Scott.


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Oh. I thought he was talking about teaching CTE, not his system. If his system is fractions, why did he call it CTE? How about some clarification Scott.
Please take this discussion (of the details) to the sub-forum where it belongs.

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03-17-2019, 07:01 AM

The way I teach SAM (CTE) is with NO pivot...IMO it's unnecessary!

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The way I teach SAM (CTE) is with NO pivot...IMO it's unnecessary!

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Just for the record:
SAM is a 100% bonafide fractional system. SAM has nothing to do with Hal Houle’s CENTER TO EDGE. SAM, like any other fractional system has a half ball alignment reference.
Just as Bob Jewett once indicated in this forum, it is extremely misleading to tout SAM as CTE. Just because there is a center-to-edge line within the context of a fractional system it does not make it even a distance cousin to CTE. It’s apples and oranges.

My forthcoming book and website will list CTE PRO ONE endorsed instructors for the state of Florida.

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