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03-17-2019, 08:50 AM

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

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Thanks for clearing that up.


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03-17-2019, 09:29 AM

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SAM has nothing to do with Hal Houle’s CENTER TO EDGE.
Nothing? Hmm...

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SAM, like any other fractional system has a half ball alignment reference.
And a 1/4 ball and a 3/4 ball and a 1/8 ball reference. The same references as the A, B, C and 1/8 "aim points" for CTE - "fractions" are just used in a more straightforward, transparent, easily understood way.

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Nothing? Hmm...


And a 1/4 ball and a 3/4 ball and a 1/8 ball reference. The same references as the A, B, C and 1/8 "aim points" for CTE - "fractions" are just used in a more straightforward, transparent, easily understood way.

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You read it correctly. Nothing. Fractional Aiming has zip to do with Center-to-Edge.
In fractions, a player aims with CCB. In CTE the player aims with cue ball edges and sights with CCB.
I could go on and on. In fractional aiming, a player uses their strongest line line of sight behind the center of the cue ball. CTE entails a very specifically defined presentation of offsetting away from CCB with one’s vision as a whole.

Also, the 1/4 1/2 and 3/4 alignments for fractions do not even remotely yield similar OB track lines when compared to the 15 30 and 45 for CTE. The 1/4 1/2 and 3/4 references as being integral to CTE is nothing more than a product of ignorance

There’s no debate from me that fractions, GB and CPs can be understood more quickly. I can teach them all very thoroughly in a very short session but the problem with those methods of aiming is that they do not resolve CCB and I will give you a huge credit. YOU know what I am speaking of.

Bottom line: CTE does resolve a CCB that can be known and described. So, if it takes a little longer to nail down down a professional aiming system, then I see that as what MANY are seeking. My free TRUTH SERIES and CTE book will be changing things. Sorry!

I intend to be outta here. Excuse me, Bob and others. I have no intentions of contaminating this very good forum.

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03-17-2019, 01:57 PM

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

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How is it remotely possible after 3 years of talking about your book coming out that you don't even have an estimated completion date? Obviously you don't have a real publisher or else deadlines would have been set.

Your supporters are also implying that you have some mysterious $5000 challenge. Is this challenge only for facebook friends to know about?

Just curious. I don't really expect a reply but a lot of your supporters have been waiting patiently for YEARS and are too polite to ask "What the %^&&*?" so I'm doing it for them.

Oh, invoking Bob Jewett's name (SAM vs CTE) in a sideways attempt to make it look like he somehow endorses your product when you know he won't respond is low class.

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