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Angle fraction ball aiming system, cue ball control

Angle fraction ball aiming system, cue ball control

Cue Ball Position Control Drill - Angle Fraction Ball Aiming System - Pool & Billiard training - YouTube

This is an exercise to learn how to control Cue Ball Speed and Position. At the end, some tricky shots for challenge and fun.

FRACTIONAL AIMING SYSTEM. The Fractional aiming system refers to a type of aiming where the object ball is divided into "slices" or fractions and aiming the ghostball at the different "slices". The fractional aiming theory is the basis behind the initial aiming process taught to snooker players in Europe. Most professional players also use this technique or a variation of this technique.

Easy Pool Tutor - The Fractional aiming system refers to a type of aiming where the object ball is divided into slices or fractions and aiming the ghostball at the different slices.

BILLIARDS Wisdom, 'The Secret to Life is Behind the Cue Ball' / via beingcaballero.blogspot.com

The Secret To Life Is Behind The Cue Ball. This is for my G, a quiet man who's a great pool player.

PARALLEL AIMING TECHNIQUE. The Parallel Aiming technique was first introduced by the great Willie Mosconi in his book, "Winning Pocket Billiards". It shows an alternative aiming method to the Ghost Ball system. The system is easy to understand and some players prefer to aim this way rather than the ghost ball method.

Easy Pool Tutor - The Parallel Aiming technique was first introduced by the great Willie Mosconi in his book, Winning Pocket Billiards. It shows an alternative aiming method to the Ghost Ball system.

Teach yourself to shoot like a pro! Training Cue Ball with Wood Case by American Heritage

Training Cue Ball w/ Wood Case

Training Cue Ball by American Heritage Billiards geniuses are not born, they are made. And you can make yourself into a billiards shooting genius with re

Pool Hall Posters | Cartoon Pictures and Video for Cue Ball Cat (1950)

"Cue Ball Cat" is a Tom and Jerry billiards short film from 1950 that shows what happens when a sleeping mouse interrupts a feline pool game.

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