When and how should you apply English? How do you adjust your aim and what is the best equipment to use to get action on the cue ball? These questions are answered in this chapter, helping you to develop your use of English.
What is the best way to break? How important is your grip, your bridge and your cue speed?
Do you have a shot check list? What shots do you need to add to your game? Here we discuss how to make your "shot list."
Getting Past the Bar Box is key. If you are only playing and practicing on 7-foot tables, you need to find ways to get your game and practice sessions to a 9 foot table in the future.
How important is it to win The Lag? If you do not win the lag, you might not get to break, at all. Here we cover how to win the lag, and get control of the break.
Do you have a game plan as you go into your match? If not, you should. Here we talk about how to develop a plan that will lead you to a win and how to play against the high ranked player.
The key to running out is being in the right spot to run the next three balls. But you are not playing position as much as you are playing angles.
One of the keys to running out in 8-Ball and Straight Pool, is dividing the table properly. Here you will learn which balls to shoot first and which balls to shoot last, in order to run out.
Are you playing safe as often as you should? Here we discuss when and where to play safe. Why it is important, and why you must not fear playing safes.
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