It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that ping.
What would you do in this situation? 8 ball open table.
The three will go off the 10 if straight in seems risky. The grindy stripes way sounds good as well but what's the white ball up table and a couple more that could be ones or another nine or more cueballs.?Depends how I'm shooting. If I'm playing well, I'm taking the 3, opening the cluster and trying to run the rack.
If I'm playing inconsistently, I'm probably taking the stripe hanger,
then the ball to the middle,
then the 9 to the same corner as the hanger, going up table and taking the top two balls,
then taking the 14 to the same corner as the hanger, trying to open the 8 and the stripe next to it,
with the 10 as my next ball.
I'm hoping that if I break down, I won't leave the other guy position for an easy out.
Yeah. I like the ball in the upper r) corner and send cb into the rack area, leaving the 2 as a bail ball, should nothing else be available.Two things to consider:
When you're playing a ball off another ball, it's important to know where that bumped ball is going to go. If you aren't sure, you might just end up creating unwanted trouble.
Anytime you go into a cluster or a breakout, it's smart to have a backup plan, an insurance shot, to guarantee that'll you'll actually have a shot after rearranging the balls.
For some reason the picture got super washed out when I uploaded it, it's easier to see on my phone. The white looking ball in the kitchen is actually the aqua colored 7 ball (cyclop) and the stripe near the corner is the 14. I'll have to keep an eye on the picture next time so it doesn't get washed out. Damn technology.The grindy stripes way sounds good as well but what's the white ball up table and a couple more that could be ones or another nine or more cueballs.?