The Pool Gems Tips Tricks and Secrets
The Most Important "Secrets""Tips - Tricks" and "Gems" of Pool Games.
1.A session with an experienced and qualified instructor can be very helpful to players at all levels.
2.Make sure your stance is stable, provides clearance for the stroke, and is comfortable.
3.Keep your grip relaxed during the entire stroke.
4.Make sure you bridge is stable and still during your stroke .
5.Use a bridge length appropriate for you and a particular shot .
6.Keep your cue still and eyes quiet when checking your cue alignment and aim .
7.Don t rush the transition between the final back stroke and forward stroke .
8.Don t drop your elbow during the stroke into the ball .
9.Stay down on the shot ... don t move your head or body during the stroke .
10.Don t use more speed than is appropriate for a given shot.
1.Use a consistent and purposeful preshot routine.
2.Make sure your vision center is always aligned properly.
3.Ghostball aiming can be a useful visualization tool.
4.The contactpointtocontactpoint or parallellines system can be a useful visualization tool.
5.The doublethedistance or doubletheoverlap aiming system can be a useful visualization tool.
6.Your cue can be used to help you aim .
7.Make sure you are sighting shots consistently and purposefully.
8.Be leery and suspicious of exaggerated claims concerning some cutshot aiming systems. Having said this, these systems do offer benefits to some people.
9.With good technique, HAMB ( Hit a Million Balls ) is the best system for aiming success.
3. Cue Ball Control
1.The 90 degree rule predicts the CB heads down the tangent line for stun shots.
2.The 30 degree rule predicts a rolling CB heads in the naturalangle direction.
3.The Dr. Dave peace sign can be very useful in applying and making adjustments to the 30degree rule.
4.The trisect system predicts the angle the CB direction changes for a goodaction draw shot is 3times the cut angle.
5For a fairly full hit, with a ballhitfraction greater than 3/4, the CB will deflect about 3times the cut angle (see where the CB goes for different cases).
6For a fairly thin hit, with a ballhitfraction less than 1/4, the CB will deflect about 7075% (about 3/4) of the angle between the aiming line and the tangent line (see where the CB goes for different cases).
7.With all shots, more speed shifts the cueball farther down the tangent line before curving to the final direction (see CB path speed effects).
4. Speed Control
1.The optimal tip height for speed control is 20% of the radius above center .
2.With a fullhit rolling CB shot, the CB travels about 1/7 the distance of the OB after impact .
3.With a rollingCB halfball hit, the CB and OB separate at close to same speed and same angle .
4.With a 45degreeanlge stun shot, the CB and OB separate at the same angle and distance .
5. Draw Shot
1.Keep your grip relaxed, keep your cue as level as possible, accelerate smoothly into the ball .
2.In general, for best draw distance control, use more spin with less speed .
3.For a stunback shot, with a small and controlled amount of draw, a firmer hit closer to center offers better CB distance control .
4.Elevate the cue only when you need quick draw.
5.Don t push the miscue limit so much with long power draw shots.
6.The trisect system can be used to predict final CB direction with a goodaction draw shot.
7.Draw is a lot easier on slicker cloth (or with a CB treated with Silicon spray) and with a lighter CB.
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