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Leviathan
05-06-2004, 04:50 PM
Wei table: http://endeavor.med.nyu.edu/%7Ewei/pool/pooltable2.html

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There are three practice shots here:

In the first one, the CB is at position A and you make the the 1-ball in pocket C.

In the second, the CB is at position B and you make the 1-ball in pocket C.

In the third, the CB is at position B and you make the 2-ball in pocket C.

Shots like these come up often in my 9-Ball games--usually when my opponent tries to play a long safety and fails to hide the OB. Shots of these kinds aren't gimmies for players at my level, so I practice them. The shot at the 1-ball from position B is kind of interesting; on the 9-ft GCIIs where I practice, the point of aim is the edge of the OB (or the center of the diamond). Very handy!

Hope this is of interest to some of my fellow sufferers.

--AS (listening to a Miles Davis CD--Kind of Blue--this afternoon: so fine...)

Leviathan
05-07-2004, 05:52 AM
Now that it's to late to edit my post, I realize that I should have written "The point of aim for the shot at the one-ball from position B is close to the diamond, which is handy." --AS