#### Stellar1024

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I'm guessing there is a bit of a hop on most draw strokes from the up/down deflection, but a controlled hop that keeps the shot manageable and still inline...

Thx! =]

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I'm guessing there is a bit of a hop on most draw strokes from the up/down deflection, but a controlled hop that keeps the shot manageable and still inline...

Thx! =]

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A draw shot 'might'(doubtful tho) leave the surface buts its a TINY amount if any. Plus you usually don't get low enough to make it hop. Hopefully anyway.

I'm guessing there is a bit of a hop on most draw strokes from the up/down deflection, but a controlled hop that keeps the shot manageable and still inline...

Thx! =]

Reflection will get the cue ball off the table predictably (and legally).

'Reflection'??Reflection will get the cue ball off the table predictably (and legally).

'Reflection'??

- MATHEMATICS

the conceptual operation of inverting a system or event with respect to a plane, each element being transferred perpendicularly through the plane to a point the same distance the other side of it.

You lost me at 'mathematics'.Origin

- MATHEMATICS

the conceptual operation of inverting a system or event with respect to a plane, each element being transferred perpendicularly through the plane to a point the same distance the other side of it.

Ok, ricochet is probably a more accurate term but it doesn't rhyme with deflection.You lost me at 'mathematics'.

Yes, the draw shot gone bad is a miscue.

I'm guessing there is a bit of a hop on most draw strokes from the up/down deflection, but a controlled hop that keeps the shot manageable and still inline...

Thx! =]

Outside of a miscue, though, the stick is elevated (pointing into the table) on all draw shots because of the height of the bridge/rail. This means with a zero-deflection stick, you're driving the cueball into table and it will bounce (like a jump shot).

If you bridge at the pivot point (say 15 inches) and the height of your bridge is centerball, then the deflection (upward) will cancel the elevation (downward) and you'll get neither a deflection scoop nor a jump-shot hop. Bridge that shot further back, behind the pivot point for the deflection scoop to win. In practice, you're never going to do that...

Statistic guys know to Never say NeverYes, the draw shot gone bad is a miscue.

Outside of a miscue, though, the stick is elevated (pointing into the table) on all draw shots because of the height of the bridge/rail. This means with a zero-deflection stick, you're driving the cueball into table and it will bounce (like a jump shot).

If you bridge at the pivot point (say 15 inches) and the height of your bridge is centerball, then the deflection (upward) will cancel the elevation (downward) and you'll get neither a deflection scoop nor a jump-shot hop. Bridge that shot further back, behind the pivot point for the deflection scoop to win. In practice, you're never going to do that...