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I don't know about the "properly" part. Wide facing angles often times will reject well struck balls just because of the rebound angle. I much prefer a tighter pocket that accepts well struck balls than looser pockets that reject them.Transparency is always welcomed but transparency also welcomes criticism. I don't think the size of the pockets is concerning but the geometry is. The mount and throat of the pockets in the pic provided appear to be the same size which makes the pocket "parallel" and "easy". A 4" pocket cut this way is easier than a properly cut 4.25" pocket, especially for professional players. Depending on pocket size, the pockets should be cut to 141-143 degrees. The pockets in question appear to be 137-138 degrees, I don't think this was done with intent but it is worth pointing out in the event the promoters want to correct it. Below is an example of a properly cut 4.125" pocket. The mouth measures 4.125", the throat 3.5".