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09-11-2020, 07:58 AM

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Place the chalk on the far, short side of the table. Themselves stand at the front short side and, keeping both eyes open, point your index finger at the chalk and focus on it. Close your left eye. If your index finger continues to point at the crayon, then you have an aiming eye
Here's my take on that. If when pointing, instead of focusing on the finger, you let your eyes fall into double vision, you can straddle the object with the double image of your finger. Now no matter which eye is closed, the object remains centered while the finger jumps symmetrically left or right. If you substitute the tip of the cue for your finger, you can center your head over the stick and still see exactly where you are aiming.
  
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Shane has had lessons with 5 of the 6 people you have had lessons with.
Tom Rossman
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Mark Wilson
Scott Lee
Nick Varner
Steve Boyer

Which one did he NOT have a lesson with? And after you tell me I am going to confirm that all of what you said here is true.

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09-11-2020, 02:10 PM

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Here's my take on that. If when pointing, instead of focusing on the finger, you let your eyes fall into double vision, you can straddle the object with the double image of your finger. Now no matter which eye is closed, the object remains centered while the finger jumps symmetrically left or right. If you substitute the tip of the cue for your finger, you can center your head over the stick and still see exactly where you are aiming.
Only if that's where your "vision center" is (the place where your brain, usually favoring your dominant eye's image to one degree or another, puts the two images together to look like a single one pointed at the target).

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EXACTLY Patrick....
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EXACTLY Patrick.... - 09-11-2020, 04:30 PM

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Only if that's where your "vision center" is (the place where your brain, usually favoring your dominant eye's image to one degree or another, puts the two images together to look like a single one pointed at the target).

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In 1994 when I started teaching this I found this exact spot and learned how to find it for other players.

Using the gun analogy it was kind of like using the open sights on the gun and trying to hit something at 200 yards. Kind of tough.

Perfect Aim was like showing them how to use the scope on the rifle. Never to use the open sights again. Now they could even hit the target at 300 yards.

With pool it is a little tougher though. Nobody knew where this scope was? Only the open sights. .

24 years ago I started learning how this works. Each year I learned more. Got to remember, this was unchartered territory. Iike going to the bottom of the ocean for the first time.

In 2009 I couldn't stand it any more. I made a DVD and took off teaching around the country. The DVD was only to help players remember what they learned. I only charged $100 to learn this and I gave them the video for free. I just wanted to help players.

At this price I could hardly afford to meet expences. Gas, Motels. Expensive being on the road.

Finally In Phoenix after doing 200 lessons I made another video to sell on the internet. I was shocked to see that we sold almost 500 in about 10 days. Finally I could afford to stay on the road and actually pick up my van in Utah that was broke down on my way back to Wis,

I stayed on the road for 5 years teaching until I got rear ended in Peoria breaking my neck. If it wasn't for that I might still be on the road.

I got so excited about what I had learned knowing that nobody on the planet had ever figured out this whole puzzle with the eyes.

I don't blame teacher like Scott and a few others that have been teaching for a long time and kind of know how this works but kinda just isn't as good as it can get.

Playing at a higher level myself I had seen first hand over and over how huge the whole story on this was for each and every player.

Results were always off the charts. The information was priceless.

I have been ridiculed by so many people that just don't know over the years.

If CTE and what I teach were baseball cards the value of Perfect Aim to CTE would be 10 to 1. Not even close. 10 CTE's to get one Perfect Aim. Maybe even 20 to one.

I was going to be on Shark tank a few years back and had gotten approved for the initial show. Health issues stopped me and almost dead in my tracks literally. Heart surgery, neck fusion and lung surgery.

The reason for Shark tank wasn't about making money but getting exposure to let players know how fast they could actually improve knowing how all this works.

And Patrick, you have seen this from start to now so you kind of know it's been a long journey that I have never given up on , Helping pool players play better.

With these skype lessons now I'm getting the same results as I did in person. Unbelievable. About 8 to 10 per week, and still doing a few in person lessons in the Minneapolis area.

Every lesson is a huge success. Players are amazed.

Even on here the posts by players that learn this are all glowing. From the beginners to the pro level.

And I don't have anyone disappointed because I know this info is not out there anywhere. And just knowing which eye is dominant just doesn't cut it. There is so much more a player needs to learn to make this all happen.

Anyway, just trying to help pool for the last 25 years with the best information on the planet.

Got to go. Got a lesson in about 1 hour.

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09-11-2020, 06:50 PM

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Only if that's where your "vision center" is (the place where your brain, usually favoring your dominant eye's image to one degree or another, puts the two images together to look like a single one pointed at the target).

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It is if you do the painstaking calibration of putting the target in the middle. I have normal age goofed vision and it still works.
  
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09-12-2020, 05:11 PM

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In 1994 when I started teaching this I found this exact spot and learned how to find it for other players.

Using the gun analogy it was kind of like using the open sights on the gun and trying to hit something at 200 yards. Kind of tough.

Perfect Aim was like showing them how to use the scope on the rifle. Never to use the open sights again. Now they could even hit the target at 300 yards.

With pool it is a little tougher though. Nobody knew where this scope was? Only the open sights. .

24 years ago I started learning how this works. Each year I learned more. Got to remember, this was unchartered territory. Iike going to the bottom of the ocean for the first time.

In 2009 I couldn't stand it any more. I made a DVD and took off teaching around the country. The DVD was only to help players remember what they learned. I only charged $100 to learn this and I gave them the video for free. I just wanted to help players.

At this price I could hardly afford to meet expences. Gas, Motels. Expensive being on the road.

Finally In Phoenix after doing 200 lessons I made another video to sell on the internet. I was shocked to see that we sold almost 500 in about 10 days. Finally I could afford to stay on the road and actually pick up my van in Utah that was broke down on my way back to Wis,

I stayed on the road for 5 years teaching until I got rear ended in Peoria breaking my neck. If it wasn't for that I might still be on the road.

I got so excited about what I had learned knowing that nobody on the planet had ever figured out this whole puzzle with the eyes.

I don't blame teacher like Scott and a few others that have been teaching for a long time and kind of know how this works but kinda just isn't as good as it can get.

Playing at a higher level myself I had seen first hand over and over how huge the whole story on this was for each and every player.

Results were always off the charts. The information was priceless.

I have been ridiculed by so many people that just don't know over the years.

If CTE and what I teach were baseball cards the value of Perfect Aim to CTE would be 10 to 1. Not even close. 10 CTE's to get one Perfect Aim. Maybe even 20 to one.

I was going to be on Shark tank a few years back and had gotten approved for the initial show. Health issues stopped me and almost dead in my tracks literally. Heart surgery, neck fusion and lung surgery.

The reason for Shark tank wasn't about making money but getting exposure to let players know how fast they could actually improve knowing how all this works.

And Patrick, you have seen this from start to now so you kind of know it's been a long journey that I have never given up on , Helping pool players play better.

With these skype lessons now I'm getting the same results as I did in person. Unbelievable. About 8 to 10 per week, and still doing a few in person lessons in the Minneapolis area.

Every lesson is a huge success. Players are amazed.

Even on here the posts by players that learn this are all glowing. From the beginners to the pro level.

And I don't have anyone disappointed because I know this info is not out there anywhere. And just knowing which eye is dominant just doesn't cut it. There is so much more a player needs to learn to make this all happen.

Anyway, just trying to help pool for the last 25 years with the best information on the planet.

Got to go. Got a lesson in about 1 hour.

Another lucky pool player....
Well I find the above comments about Shark Tank intresting, I honestly can not see why any of the people with money to invest on Shark Tank would jump into the Pool, or anything associated with the game of pool.


I wold think you would have a better change of getting someone in the Pool Equiptment, Gizmo supply business interested in your DVD on aiming.

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09-12-2020, 08:34 PM

I'm gonna go back a few pages where some ppl argued about what look at what last while striking the cueball and ill tell you, everyone looks at the object ball last, there's nobody in the world that looks at the cueball last.

I saw some mention ralf souqet looking at the cueball last, I just watched few videos and oh my, you guys are either delusional or don't understand eye pattern, Ralf looks at the object ball last.

And that other guy named Dr something, he said that when he looks at object ball last he misses half a mile, again he might not understand eye pattern very well, all people looks at object last, all riflemen looks at object last, all snipers look at object last.

here's how the pattern works, some ppl are different a little bit on the pattern but all share the final two steps.

you look at the cueball or object ball first this is down to preference, then it goes back the forth a few times again some ppl goes back and forth only two times and some other slower players they take ages in their stroke, i.e. their eye pattern goes back and forth more than 3 or 4 times, then the last part is almost identical to most ppl, which is:

As you're about to stroke the final stroke, you swing the arm back and as you do this you're looking at object ball, as your hands move forward to strike the cueball here you will look at the cueball, as the tip of your cue hits the cueball you are here focusing on the cueball, finally as the cueball leaves the tip your eyes automatically locks into the object ball.

Which means, last you are looking at the object ball as I described at the first statement here, and all people do this and if you don't lock into the object ball as the tip leaves the cueball, most of the time you are going to miss, and people call this "You moved your eyes from the ball".

This is how it is for most pro's and 99% players, you might think otherwise, but I think thats how it is if you slow speed your eyes pattern.

I just literally saw ralf which some claims he look at cueball last and he did exactly what I described here in the eye pattern.
  
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Tom Rossman
Diana Minor
Mark Wilson
Scott Lee
Nick Varner
Steve Boyer

Which one did he NOT have a lesson with? And after you tell me I am going to confirm that all of what you said here is true.

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I'm gonna go back a few pages where some ppl argued about what look at what last while striking the cueball and ill tell you, everyone looks at the object ball last, there's nobody in the world that looks at the cueball last.
Hi. I am currently trying to get in stroke from the long lapse. I am deliberately doing it on ALL shots partly because of GMs insistence it don't work.
I say, IT DON'T MATTER.

Actually it does matter. Cue ball last works better on shots jacked up and pesky draw shots that refuse to go; to mention a couple. It has to do with visually catalyzed stroke misalignment. The extra force of having to lay into the ball completes the disaster; not to mention you stroke is dead 100% perfect right?

Anyway, of course it's not the best choice for all shots. Shooting ducks with emphasis on the cueball carom and destination for a dead example; although, staring down the cue ball might be a good drill in faith anyway and could easily be perfected. It's all about student discipline.

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Shane has had lessons with 5 of the 6 people you have had lessons with.
I have now verified that this is a completely wrong and/or false statement. Just another example of this guy's stupid crap that he exhibits quite frequently here. Making up stuff and attacking others is his way of doing things. Plus he hijacked the OP thread in doing so.

AZB does not need posters like this. Period.

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I haven't read the last month of this thread, just checking in now...Did you Skype Geno yet DCP? If not, why not?
  
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I haven't read the last month of this thread, just checking in now...Did you Skype Geno yet DCP? If not, why not?
I am leary of someone claiming they have the Magic Bullitt. I have seen and heard it before. Including just recently.

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Only if that's where your "vision center" is (the place where your brain, usually favoring your dominant eye's image to one degree or another, puts the two images together to look like a single one pointed at the target).

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One more thing about this. You focus ahead of the tip of the stick thereby producing "parallel" stick images. You can alternate winking until the target is centered between these apparitions. In my case, the strike point on the cue ball but in my <contact points through stick line> routine you can use double vision on any segment involved. Important to note that you are solving for where the friggn stick goes.
  
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I am leary of someone claiming they have the Magic Bullitt. I have seen and heard it before. Including just recently.

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Totally understand. I actually thought all this time you were pro perfect aim and con spf instructors. That's why I could not understand why you didn't just call him up. I guess I had it wrong.

At the end of the day, I still believe it comes down to genetics for the max speed any player will obtain, for any sport in life.

Geno's lesson was fun though, I do recommend it. I had recorded mine with him (with his permission). If I ever get around to editing it, I may post it one day (he said its ok to do so during our lesson). But its way, way, down on my list of things to do.
  
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You can lead a horse to water... - 09-14-2020, 03:26 AM

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I haven't read the last month of this thread, just checking in now...Did you Skype Geno yet DCP? If not, why not?
Back in about 2011 I was on the phone with Stan Shuffet after I had explained how this worked and he told me this. Gene, players are not ready for this.

I did unlock the real secret of aiming and I will not back off on this. The story is the same as it was 10 years ago when I first started teaching this.

When I would go to pool halls around the country I had to do free 10 minute mini lessons so the players could understand the problems that this fixes.

I would usually do about 10 mini lessons and end up with 2 or 3 full lessons. Soon the 2 or 3 players would tell their friends and eventually I would end up with about 10 lessons. By the time I left I did 20 and it was time to go. Why? because everyone else in the pool hall knew it all and they knew that there was nothing that would help their game as I claimed it would. I guess they would just have to stumble and bumble with their game like they always did.

Jerry Stuckert called me from Phoenix after I left town. He said I had the whole pool scene screwed up there. I asked him why? He said he would usually win this one tournament each week. He just played in it and got 5th. The first 4 places went to players I had worked with. He was laughing when he said it but he told me it was the truth.

It sure was fun meeting you on the road when I was teaching and it was great working with you on skype.

Good luck my friend...

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