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09-30-2019, 01:12 AM

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Okay, so what is the purpose of pivoting back once you ‘aim’ at the OB’s contact point? Why not just keep the contact point ‘locked’ in your mind before taking the stroke?
The result of that pivot or sweep is the actual shot line or the line that connects to the pocket.

When using manual Pivot, pivots are done by doing a Backhand English NOT the Bridge Hand.


finally, let's wait for the final release of Stan Shuffet's Book and FREE truth series on youtube.

no need to rush.... the only videos valid on youtube channel that I know of are Primarily, Stan's, Mine, Gerald Williams? Latest videos of John Barton.... maybe tyler styer if has one.

JUST DON'T RUSH THINGS!, you learn cte you practice with it....


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