AzB Gold Member
You can just take the cue ball set it 1” off the rail and aim for the nipple with different Englishes to see what I’m talking about. The more follow the easier it falls. If you want more follow on an object ball you need to draw it. When you draw off the nipple it can get under the cushion an kick out or get slowed down going in. Why do you use left English on left cuts down rail? Because that gives the object ball follow. Hit it not perfect but good it still falls. Hit it with right English and it doesn’t fall as easy. Essentially hitting a straighter shot with draw down the rail is the same as using English towards the pocket on a hard cut.
Well, all thats really cool man. There are many ways to make many balls. I’m still not sure what you’re on about, but in post #77 @Straightpool_99 described a specific test shot as a calibration metric of sorts regarding pocket sizes, which was the main topic (I thought). I gave his drill a workout - thats all.
None of my business, but perhaps you might want to get out for a run, bike ride or something. Works wonders for me.
Peace & love