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Hi there! If you shoot pool, chances are that there will be times when a ball that you’re aiming for is out of reach especially when the pool table is large. Instead of having to bend your waist forward to aim, you would use a standard bridge stick to make the shot a little bit

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Hello everyone! In an earlier post, I showed a video demonstration on The Art of Racking where it shows the best way to rack in 8-ball within a triangle rack to start the game of pool.

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Hi folks! A while back, I posted an article on how to properly aim when trying to strike the cue ball. I must ask you, has the article work and made you a better player?

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Hi folks! This post is dedicated towards people who have a difficult time in trying to find the perfect cue to shoot pool with. I have promoted a lot of decorative cue sticks that are very much flashy. However, they may or may not be to your liking or not useful.

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Hello everyone! To any of you that needs to get an edge on shooting pool. I have a site that can help you out. It is called the Pool Practice Routine – So Good It’s Like Cheating.

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Hi there. I know that you’ll find some pool tips on this site, but I just found an article online that I would like to share with you on this site called 51 Pool Tips Every Player Must Know. It is by Benny who owns the site, Supremebilliards.com. In addition to what you see above,

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Hi folks! In today’s post, I’ll show you a fast ping pong serve which I feel is the best serve to try out. Have you ever wondered how some people are able to serve at ping pong with somewhat of a “swift motion”? Well, I might have the solution for you. You can see how

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Hi there! I propose this question to the experts or professional players of pool out there: Do you have what it takes to become a pro at shooting pool? If so, there might be some things that you might be missing to become that astute and best pool player that you can be.

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Hi folks! Today’s post will be short and to the point where I’ll show you another way of using the head of the bridgestick to better your aim at shooting pool. I found this on Pinterest and hope it works out for you. Although, it is not a legal move to use during tournaments, I

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Hi all! In this post, I’ll keep it short and show you a vidoe of the force follow shot that is needed to be learned to be a better player in shooting pool. It is called a force follow shot where the demonstrator goes over the several types of shots after striking the cue ball