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Proper Way To Shoot Pool

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05/08/2018  · How to Play Pool Like a Pro. To play pool like a pro, you need a good pool cue, a fluid stroke and precise aim. Whether you’re a casual pool player or you want to become accomplished, this article will give you the basic toolkit …

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The third technique for shooting pool with english, and nearly as safe as carabao, is a parallel english stroke, with a stroke parallel to the line of aim but with both hands moved to shoot english to the side.

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A billiard player knows that every shot he or she makes affect his or her target ball’s movement. In stroking or shooting a pool cue, a common mistake that is usually done by players is by jabbing the cue ball then retracting their arm, therefore pulling the cue stick back towards themselves.

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How To Put English On Cue Ball In other words, if you put a left english or left side spin on the cue ball, the cue ball will travel slightly to the right and vice-versa. Refer to Figure 2 below. The white line indicates the path of the cue ball when hit with no english or sidespin, the black line indicates the

2 thoughts on “ Aiming without Aiming – How to shoot pool like a pro ” Mike LaCroix December 28, 2015 at 12:42 am. In your piece on the “parallel line” aiming system I do believe that a simple diagram would go a long way towards better understanding of item #2…I’m a …