AzB Silver Member
Why you keep pushing the theory that the 8/9 left on the table preceding the 10 is somehow better than any 2 other balls?You are missing the point. My post was in response to your post wherein you questioned the veracity of the report from the OP. In support of this, you stated that you found it "fishy" that the first 7 balls were made, leaving the final three balls 8, 9, and 10 in perfect sequence.
What I was trying to communicate, but I guess I didn't in the first post, is that the 8,9, and 10 are almost always left when a smart pro is racking.
Under this scenario, it is not hard to believe that the 8,9, and 10 are left on the table.
I don't get it, they're all round and about get downed.