AzB Silver Member
If the hit is thicker than half a ball and the pocket is in front of you, it should be an automatic visual .Of course but 'HHAMB' or 'HQMB' would just confuse people...lol.
Ok the analogy isn't the best but you need to pick your poison on this one. If you're going to argue that a player running off of HAMB isn't going to be proficient at the 30yr shot, then they also can't be proficient at applying a system to the 30yr shot. The point in the analogy was the automatic process of developing aim. Not staring helplessly at the sky trying to remember if the weather matters to whether or not the rabbit runs around the tree before diving into the hole.
Yes I concede that a system could potentially provide some greater odds at potting that 30yr shot. However if we're willing to apply some real world reasoning into the discussion. If your a literally a qualifed HAMB player and you manage to run into a once in 30yr shot. Odds certainly are that the best course of action is the first option, the safety.
Thinner than a half a ball, walking to the object ball and lining it up to the pocket and looking at the contact point or part ( if you like to see the ob as parts ), does not hurt .
From my long observation, the pros do just that .
In shooting combinations, they often point at the contact point before shooting it .