Standing in the right place may sound simple and even silly and go over some people's heads but it's crucial. Even the way you walk around the table and approach the shot prior to getting down on it, has a lot to do with whether you'll actually make it or not.1. Standing in right place.
2. Cue as level as possible.
When you're lined up on the shot before getting down and you get down on that shot you could practically shoot it with your eyes closed if it's done right you'll be on the ball so well. It might require just the smallest of adjustments.
It's when you see the player twisting all over the place leaning moving their feet after they're down on the ball moving their bodies that you realize that they're not lined up. They're trying to do now what they should have done before they ever got down on the ball.
This may sound a little silly also but when walking around the table don't walk around too close to the table, Stand back to give yourself a little perspective as you approach these shots. It can really make a difference in making the game easier to play