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The QuicSlick by the Billiard Engineer ~ A Review by Garret Troop

It’s hard to come up with something new in this industry much less recreate something and make it better.  What the crew at the Billiard Engineers did was take the micro sandpaper film, they created a malleable silicone handle to give you a better grip to hang onto. It comes with three different grittiness’. This

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CUTTING OUT THE FEAR: The effects of fear on execution ~ Kris Cash

There is a part of your brain that quietly sits back and monitors what you are doing, constantly on the lookout for trouble. Not physically dangerous trouble. I’m talking about the one that protects you from SOCIAL DANGER. This is the thing that stops you when you are about to say something embarrassing. It makes

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Snap Out of It ~ Anthony Beeler

Pool is a game of ups and downs.  Most pool players experience a slump at some time or another. Slumps occur when you play below your expected ability for a prolonged period of time. Most pool players do not know why they are playing bad, so they tend to look for solutions in all the

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Press Release ~ Cyborg Tips

Just 7 months after launching Cyborg tips in the US market, FMC announced today that Brooklyn, NY base Jorge “J-Rod” Rodriquez has joined Team Cyborg.  Led by former Mosconi Cup Team USA player Skyler Woodward, Team Cyborg has grown from a single junior player on February 1st of this year to now boost a team

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Anatomy of a Good Shot ~ Max Eberle

Just yesterday I started rummaging through some old documents that I pulled out of storage while cleaning house and ran across a single print out that contained a heading and eleven sentences underneath it that I made as a reminder for my own game way back in 1999, a year before my first ever trip to Asia to compete in the huge Tokyo 9-Ball event. What

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Snap Out Of It ~ Anthony Beeler

Pool is a game of ups and downs. Most pool players experience a slump at some time or another. Slumps occur when you play below your expected ability for a prolonged period of time. Most pool players do not know why they are playing bad, so they tend to look for solutions in all the

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Throwing Frozen Balls ~ Jacqueline Karol

  The game is 9-ball here.  In Diagram 1, the cue ball is frozen to the 8-ball and their line of centers are aimed to miss to the right hand corner of the pocket. The 9-ball is on the same end of the table. How would you make the 8-ball and also get position for

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