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BC21

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Funny thing... You replied to me not Low.

You aren't that ignorant. I was replying to you directly, because you are the one that asked why I mentioned CTE. Try thinking before you comment. Or better yet, don't comment at all.
 

BC21

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But since you brought it up again, like you've been told before, the Tweak is to center cue ball. If CTE is performed correctly center cue should look correct, so any tweaking is only to center cue ball. Hopefully this clears up your misrepresentations of this video once and for all.

No. The tweak is not to center cb. According to Stan, the tweak is PRE-PIVOT. This makes perfect sense because you are trying to align your body and stroke to that half-tip offset prior to pivoting. Once you pivot you are supposed to be dead on the shot line. But after getting your visuals and then drop down into the shot, you must ensure your stroke and body are following your eyes. This is where the tweaking, if needed, comes into the picture. It's the same way with any aiming method where you visualize a line (while standing) that your stroke needs to be on, then when you bend down to the cb you use your best experience/feel to ensure you are on that line, which might involve a little tweak here and there, or as Stan says, a "tick" to the left or right.

For anyone interested in CTE please disregard Cookie and Low500 and get your info directly from Stan Shuffett's YouTube vids. Here Stan shows exactly what I'm talking about. First he shoots a straight forward non-CTE shot, tweaking the ccb alignment,
then he shoots the same shot using CTE and describes the tweaking of that visual to ensure tge pivot does in fact get you to the shot line....https://youtu.be/nAA8HDvWt4E?t=300s
 

cookie man

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You aren't that ignorant. I was replying to you directly, because you are the one that asked why I mentioned CTE. Try thinking before you comment. Or better yet, don't comment at all.

Lmao did i touch a nerve
 

cookie man

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But yes, anyone interested in CTE should just relax until the book comes out.

Definitely don't listen to BC21, he misinterprets ALOT of CTE information.
 
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BC21

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Lmao did i touch a nerve

Lol. I guess you did touch a nerve. :wink: I no longer give my opinion on CTE. Instead, I quote Stan and post links to his videos so others can watch and listen to the words and instructions straight from him. And you act like that "misinterprets" his teaching. :thumbup:
 

JackOfNoTrades

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Lol. I guess you did touch a nerve. :wink: I no longer give my opinion on CTE. Instead, I quote Stan and post links to his videos so others can watch and listen to the words and instructions straight from him. And you act like that "misinterprets" his teaching. :thumbup:

Get a room you two. :angry:





lol j/k :D
 

Low500

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But yes, anyone interested in CTE should just relax until the book comes out.
Definitely don't listen to BC21, he misinterprets A LOT of CTE information.
CookieMan, as you and I both know, there is no manual pivot for PRO ONE. (Pro One being the absolute stone cold nuts to me.) Manual Pivoting occurs in BASIC CTE.
The pool simpletons are very weak in their overall CTE PRO ONE knowledge. (Of course, that is to be expected since these are the guys who pretty much think they know everything about everything). They, in reality, have allowed their egos to choose ignorance.
They will never look at the Truth Series or Stan's book either.
Let 'em eat cake.
:smile:
 
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