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" Jesus Christ, stop playing straight in shape, on every goddamned shot! "
That one is beautiful. Someone told me once: "The easy shot have to be performed perfectly" which is along the same lines, I think.Take the easy shots to get to the hard shots to make the hard shots easy.
Good advices should never say what you should NOT do. So don't phrase your advice like that, would be my advice." Jesus Christ, stop playing straight in shape, on every goddamned shot! "
APPRECIATE IT!!That one is beautiful. Someone told me once: "The easy shot have to be performed perfectly" which is along the same lines, I think.
BTW, I like the OP's advice too.
The BEST pool advice I've ever received was...
I'll check it out sir!!Everything in my "Changes in Your Pool Game that Can Have the Biggest Impact" video:
Is this what is known as “beast mode”?Sometimes when I got pissed at a stranger I would break out my big game in the corner bar near me that I mostly used as a hangout although I picked up a few bucks there. Usually balls flew off the table and into holes and it was a slaughtering field. When the stranger had enough I sometimes forgot to shift gears back to mellow mode. After I tore through a few racks my fellow denizen of the bar would remind me that it was them I was playing now! They didn't mind contributing as long as I gave them a look at the table. I found it funny that the local small time hustlers were unfazed when my game jumped a bunch when a road player came in then dropped back down to play them.
On mma classes lolIf you are going to play on “air barrels”, invest some of your winnings in a good pair of running shoes!
Freddy was a good friend of mine
This was a wonderful clip
That was great. The guy he was talking about playing the best on "ass" was a guy named James Rochford, AKA: Peaches. His old man kept him out of a lot to trouble when he was younger, since he was the Chicago Police Chief.