CTE and a 2x1 Surface Explored

Dan White

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When was the last time any of you guys played on a table that was not 2x1? When’s the last time you seen a table that was not 2x1
Please go back to the beginning of this thread and read the first post. It asks the question whether 2x1 really matters or not, and if not then why is it thought to be the backbone of the CTE system?
 

bbb

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When was the last time any of you guys played on a table that was not 2x1? When’s the last time you seen a table that was not 2x1
i was at friends house last night
he is alittle eccentric
we did play some pool though......😂😂
sorry thor i couldnt help but try to inject alittle humor....carry on men
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cookie man

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Ah.. it's a trick, a trap! They won't go into the lower corner pocket because you cut that side of the table off and those pockets are gone. Lol. Good one.
Now i'm curious. Would poololgy work as described in the book on an altered table. No adjustments or fudging
 

BC21

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Now i'm curious. Would poololgy work as described in the book on an altered table. No adjustments or fudging

Absolutely not, not without changing all numbers anyway. It would work on 1x1 table, which I have played on. It was fun, 4 corners and no side pockets.

Thinking about that table.... with the exception of banks that utilize a full table, it seems logical that cte users could use their system to pocket balls on that 1x1 table also.
 
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JB Cases

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Please go back to the beginning of this thread and read the first post. It asks the question whether 2x1 really matters or not, and if not then why is it thought to be the backbone of the CTE system?
Ask Stan directly. He made the statement. The rest of us don't really care because it works on the tables we play on.
 

Dan White

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Ask Stan directly. He made the statement. The rest of us don't really care because it works on the tables we play on.
This is your mantra. You don't care how it works all you know is you play better. At the same time you insist that everybody buys into a fanciful story about how it works and then you are upset when somebody challenges the unfounded tales.
 
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