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Perfect Pool Stroke

Hi there! I welcome you back to my site. I have a question to ask while shooting pool. Do Perfect Pool Strokeyou sometimes find yourself moving the cue stick shaking left and right or all around? The reason why I am asking is because I found myself playing pool and my cue stroke has not been straight where I was aiming for the cue to strike the dedicated (solid) ball to fall in the pocket.

But, after finding myself moving the cue as if I am shaking it about, I was not able to strike the desired ball to fall in the pocket. What happened was the solid ball would completely miss the pocket all together and bump off the rail. I was searching online to prevent this from happening whenever I shoot pool again.

Oh, and by the way, I was able to win a couple of games with a friend of mine if you were wondering. However, I almost lost and considered myself to be lucky to win after not playing pool for a while. Anyhow, I found a video that I found on YouTube that I would like to share that can surely help you as well. Had I found out about this earlier, my shots would definitely have been straight. Thus, my rust factor for not playing for a long time wouldn’t have been shown.

Anyhow, enough about the rant. Here is the video that you can see below. I hope that you find this helpful, and feel free to share your thoughts about this post. I look forward to hearing from you in the next post. Cheers!

6 Comments


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    Hey Armand, holy shit that looks pretty impossible to me. šŸ™‚ I love Pool or Snooker but I’m terrible at it everytime I hit the ball it goes exactly somewhere. I mean I hit everything and everybody but my target. I might practice this little trick secretly by myself so I can crush my opponent in the next pool game šŸ˜›


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      Hi Aaron! Yes, this stroke is not only impressive, but amazing as well. When I first saw it, I thought it was improbable. But, after seeing it a few times, I felt that I have to take it upon myself to try this to improve my game.

      Hopefully, you’ll be a better player by practicing this technique as well. I look forward to hearing from you again. May you win many games this way! Cheers!

      Armand


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    This is great! I love billiards and I always win by luck. I never seem to be able to hold the cute right and steady and the ball always goes in a direction that was not intended. Iā€™m excited to this out and see if it actually works!


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      Hi there, Hung! I am glad that you love playing billiards. I was wondering how much do you play as I was thinking about maybe we can get a game sometime?Hopefully, this can make your game that much better, and possibly win more games with not only luck, but with this strategy. I look forward to seeing you again sometime. Cheers!

      Armand


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    I love playing pool, but I must admit that my strokes aren’t always accurate, especially if I’ve had a few drinks and lose balance lol.

    The beer bottle trick seems like an awesome idea and is something I had never thought of using. It sure seems like a great way for maintaining focus and taking much more effective shots.

    The tool could definitely help players to win a few games. šŸ˜‰

    Thanks for the article and the video. Pool table, here I come!!

    Neil


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      Thanks, Neil! I am sure that if I had a few drinks, my shot aiming in pool would be distorted as well. Hehe, maybe I would hit the cue off the table. I hope that doesn’t happen anytime soon.

      The bottle trick is used as I guide to develop coordination. Yes, it is a great way to maintain focus to lead to more effective shots. I am sure that if you used this method, you’ll be more coordinated as well. Thus, help you win many, if not some games. I thank you for stopping by and look forward to hearing from you again. Cheers!

      Armand

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