Hardest break ever?

pt109

WO double hemlock
Silver Member
The rails on the table are far too low….contact point should be minimum 63% of the ball’s height.
I prefer the older ones….about 70% of the ball’s height.
 

chalkdust

AzB Silver Member
Silver Member
That's cool... I always wanted a pool ball cannon.


Probably a good thing I never had one. 😁
 

MattPoland

AzB Silver Member
Silver Member
I think that cannon could’ve gotten better results if it pivoted it’s hips, dropped it’s shoulder, while simultaneously lifting its head all in a more forward thrust of its body and ultimately going up on one foot.
 
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CocoboloCowboy

Cowboys are my hero's
Silver Member
Dr. Dave did good U-Tube on Rack Reading, and Breaking so you actually sink ball.

Seen folks with powerful break ball go airborne, then back to table, but none in.

Accomplished good visuals, big noise, but nothing else.
 

CocoboloCowboy

Cowboys are my hero's
Silver Member
WTF??????? This video has NOTHING to do with actual pool. Or did you just happen to miss that??????????


Your analogy is partially correct, I just added what I add to maybe make people think.

Do you notice pool table in & at start of video?

Was not a sand crab.
 

Bob Jewett

AZB Osmium Member
Staff member
Gold Member
Silver Member
We used to use powder but this takes it to a whole 'nuther universe.
 
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