AzB Silver Member
i am playing luther lassiter in an exhibition he was doing at a small pool hall in downey ca sometime in the 70's. i was wanting to learn, after we played i ask him what i could to improve my game. he told me he could tell me something that would improve my game by 20%, but only if i really did what he said, i agreed.
he said ' never miss an easy shot ' stay down and watch it go into the hole.
when i notice myself jumping up, i force myself to count to 4 as i stroke the cue 4 times, then shoot, that counting just reminds me to stay down.