I play with my opposite hand exclusively when I play in summer leagues, (excluding the break and jumps). Not because I'm good at it, but because I find there are some shots that a bridge is almost a hindrance and want to build up the skill. Light touch is easily the hardest part of off hand shooting for me. I have better odds swinging for the fences then trying to roll a ball 6"Learning opposite hand is harder than using your dominant hand from an unusual stance, whether behind the back or otherwise imo. While I do play either hand now, at first I found it way easier to play behind the back and certainly have more feel for speed and spin using my dominant hand. I make any shot I need the left hand for bc as mentioned above, those shots tend to be short. But speed and spin control can bite me at times. Not as much of an issue with my dominant hand.