To master the progressive version of RDS, you need to be able to consistently run 2 out of 3 racks of 15-ball rotation, which is very difficult. To master the RDS 100 Challenge, you need to run 140 balls over the 16 levels, culminated by one rack of 15-ball rotation.Mastering the final test of Billiards University requires one rack in rotation?
BU Exam I (Fundamentals) and Exam II (Skills) are stand-alone as a well-rounded test of all important pool skills. I agree with you that mastering them by getting perfect scores is nearly impossible, even for top pros. BU Exam III (Advanced Shots) is for practicing fun, challenging, and famous shots. And BU Exam IV (RDS) is a fun progressive/adaptive tool for learning and testing run-out skills. Again, all the exams serve different purposes.How many of us have ran the wagon wheel drill night after night and still came out below 80%? That was only one section of the first exam. New content is great, but you set the bar pretty high already. I don’t think this is- THE NEXT STEP to greatness.
Do you plan to enter the RDS 100 Challenge? If so, good luck,