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10-23-2015, 12:41 PM

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10-23-2015, 12:42 PM

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So do i, and i'm usually a hater who chases pros and industry types away.
Me too, and I also agree. Joe's an exception.

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10-23-2015, 12:43 PM

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I think its gr8 we have AZ to be on
Pity it brings out the worst in some of us
Well... it can't bring out what's not there to begin with.

The thing is that some want to 'hit' & then not get 'hit' back.

The one way street of Hypocrisy runs rather rampant on AZB.

It's sort of like raising children. If the one that likes to hit can be stopped from lashing out & hitting then less fights would break out in the playroom.

Watch what might happen regarding this simple paragraph.

Anyway, I'm glad you're here.

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10-23-2015, 01:18 PM

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I want to thank you also. I'll be watching that video a bit more and practice this drill until it's second nature instead of limiting the speed and position on the cb. Right now I have a pretty good idea where my shot will land because I try to keep it the same general speed every time to ensure I make the shot even though it leaves me out of position on my next shot a great deal of the time.
Don't do that. Pool is pocket the ball and play shape. So play pool and play shape every shot. You will miss some that you might have made had you attempted it the wrong way but you will learn, you will improve and you will be playing pool if you make that decision.


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10-23-2015, 01:25 PM

I agree with Mr. Tucker.

Controlling the CB is what separates 'Players' from shot shooters.

When you're comfortable & good controlling the CB your shot selection opens up & you're not afraid to shoot anything. Then you start playing & hopefully become a 'player'.

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10-23-2015, 01:30 PM

I worded that badly. It's not that I never play shape. It's these rail shots that always get me. I figured out the speed and area on the cb to make a large deal of them but I'm only comfortable with that speed and spot and that's where I normally leave myself out of position on those shots because I only concentrate on making the ball, which is worse many times honestly.
  
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10-23-2015, 01:30 PM

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don't do that. Pool is pocket the ball and play shape. So play pool and play shape every shot. You will miss some that you might have made had you attempted it the wrong way but you will learn, you will improve and you will be playing pool if you make that decision.
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10-23-2015, 01:45 PM

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I worded that badly. It's not that I never play shape. It's these rail shots that always get me. I figured out the speed and area on the cb to make a large deal of them but I'm only comfortable with that speed and spot and that's where I normally leave myself out of position on those shots because I only concentrate on making the ball, which is worse many times honestly.
I'd suggest that you do as Mr. Tucker suggested & spend an afternoon hitting them but at different speeds & remember slower lets swerve come into play while faster lessons it or takes it out.

Also cue ball squirt is in the direction right through the center of the cue ball. So, if you're hitting at 10:30 the squirt is toward 4:30 & a bit into the table, while hitting at 7:30 it will be toward 1:30 & into air with no resistance.

All that said, I NEVER think of any of that.

Hit 'em til you feel 'em.

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10-24-2015, 06:16 AM

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I would look at what Dr.Dave and Bob Jewett have to say about it. they are psychicists
For those interested, I have lots of information and demonstrations related to all types of rail cut shots (with both outside and inside english) here:

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10-24-2015, 09:56 AM

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I worded that badly. It's not that I never play shape. It's these rail shots that always get me. I figured out the speed and area on the cb to make a large deal of them but I'm only comfortable with that speed and spot and that's where I normally leave myself out of position on those shots because I only concentrate on making the ball, which is worse many times honestly.
Try to think of the shot as a whole before you get down. Exactly where you want the cue ball to land and what part of the pocket you want the object ball. Once this is solid in your mind.
Get down and let your cue do the work. The picture of what you want should be clear before you get down. This will take away the hesitation that can cause you to put a poor stroke on the ball.
  
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Arrow Not another TOI thread!! Quick, someone move .............. - 10-24-2015, 11:14 PM

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My theory based on having taught myself rail shots eons ago:

The inside english widens the margin of error for the rail shot by allowing the cueball to hit the rail at *nearly* the same time as the Oball or slightly before the Oball. The spin increases the rebound angle and serves to spin the object ball into the rail slightly.
Not another TOI thread!! Quick, someone move this to the Aiming Section!!!


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Thumbs up I commend your new love of this highly effective playing system. - 10-25-2015, 02:46 AM

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You mean that what I taught myself at fifteen is the basis for tens of thousands of posts here by you?

I must be a genius.
And led to tens of thousands of players using and enjoying 'The Touch of Inside'.

I have a feeling you have a lot to learn about TOI, however, I commend your new love of this highly effective playing system.

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