Nice try at a goalpost shift. You falsely claimed I said "more english", not less (your new straw man), and then you ignored my comments on cue ball path.A tip moving through C-D produces less spin than a tip moving through C-E (assuming C-E wasn't such an obvious miscue hit).
As said multiple times before, the cue's angle is irrelevant - it's the tip's direction of movement that matters.
If you're going to namedrop, you need to drop a name.
Knowledgeable and truthful. If you were familiar with either of those things you might recognize them.
PJ, there are times you come across as precise, intelligent. This is not one of those times.
To strike with 1/4" tip of english using a 12 mm tip, a 58-inch cue must be turned 3 millimeters. If stroking that way makes you "slide your bridge hand forward", there's blood on the cue stick--that's how snug your bridge loop must be.
And on what planet does C-E provide the same cue ball path as C-D? What is the name of the planet you've discovered? And do they have Earth-like gravity? Less aim adjustment is required for cutting balls with english this way, through C-E. If you want to argue with me, argue THAT.
As I've said to you before, several times--without your ever responding once, EVERY pro who aims all their shots at the base of the cue ball than swerves to apply english is SWERVING their stroke. Do you really need me to name top pros who do thus? I need to NAME DROP pros who aim base-of-ball, just so YOU "understand"? You are simply using false attacks on my character instead of dealing with the three pool greats--anatomy, physics and geometry.
So was your problem this time reading comprehension or dishonesty? HONESTLY, one (or both) of those is YOUR problem.