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    Play, Don't Practice

    I have had poor play now in money games twice over the last two week, following days of detailed practice here at home on the table. I felt like God the way I had developed as far as stroke, long accurate stop shots, the 9B break was explosive, it all worked. Then I took the game to the PH for my regular episodes of $-pool and was a C-player all around, including those solid shots that I made 9 out of times during my drills. I am beginning to think that the only way to really get better at pool, is to play a lot of pool, not drill. In fact, I think taking time completely away from pool altogether ahead of competition is better, unless you can costantly PLAY and compete. Practice, to me, can be a slow down. sid
    Last edited by Sid_Vicious; 02-14-2013 at 09:25 PM.
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