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Stroke analysis and embedded Videos - 03-15-2008, 11:28 AM

I finally got it all to work correctly!

Check out these 2 videos in the same post.
One is Efren Reyes and the other one of the "Australian Oyster"
What a world of difference in the actual execution of a stroke!

http://hardingersystems.com/BAT-foru...sp?TOPIC_ID=68


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03-15-2008, 01:37 PM

Hah, there is actually a very funny moment in the Efren video. It's something I've never noticed before, despite having watched the clip several times.

HE MISSES A BALL! Pay attention to the video at 49 seconds. He strokes, and you can hear the ball jaw out of the pocket. It doesn't drop.

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Boy is that guy that likes red shirts bad!! - 03-15-2008, 02:03 PM

More stroke analysis of the guy that likes red shirts in the line of floating buttons underneath the video too. Boy is his stroke bad! If I ever run across him it is money in the bank!

Look at the analysis from the rear, the line between elbow and cue. A shame someone didn't correct his stroke and stance when he was younger, he might have became a pretty good pool player.

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I finally got it all to work correctly!

Check out these 2 videos in the same post.
One is Efren Reyes and the other one of the "Australian Oyster"
What a world of difference in the actual execution of a stroke!

http://hardingersystems.com/BAT-foru...sp?TOPIC_ID=68
  
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