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Does Anyone Practice This Shot? - 07-01-2006, 09:48 PM

ok, here's another shot i practice. its mostly a speed control shot, but pocketing the ball isnt exactly taken for granted either.

pocket the '1' Ball in the corner pocket, and use some low right english to come around two rails to Point A or Point B for position on the '2' Ball. The 5, 6, and 7 Balls are used as blockers to force you to have pinpoint cue ball control to get an open shot on the '2' Ball.

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07-01-2006, 11:07 PM

At that angle there is no reason for low outside. Shoot center ball and you'll come back on a line towards the 7 or even a little inside. Speed is the only concern unless the angle is a tad different then you can use a little inside. This line brings you into shape not across.

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be smooth; better control, more power, with less effort.
  
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07-02-2006, 08:21 AM

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At that angle there is no reason for low outside. Shoot center ball and you'll come back on a line towards the 7 or even a little inside. Speed is the only concern unless the angle is a tad different then you can use a little inside. This line brings you into shape not across.

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well, uh, ya see, the idea here is to practice this shot, and your speed control using the low right cueball. thanks for the input, but the whole idea behind this shot is practice, and doing it your way kinda defeats the very purpose of the drill.

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