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Pool School

General FAQs and Laws of Pool ~ by Allan Sand

General FAQs – Laws of Pool These apply to just about everyone. It is nearly impossible to avoid these laws and their consequence. They don’t apply every time, but when they do, it is a personal intervention from the hands of any one of the many billiard gods. • The more balls you make in

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Pool School

It’s Time To Start Winning: Beliefs ~ by Simon Capon

We all know that our beliefs have a huge impact on our lives. From an early age we are in pursuit of the elusive self-belief. Discover it and almost anything can seem achievable, but we are also told that self-belief is something we either have or don’t have. It’s essentially a gift we are born

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Pool School

A SECRET OF SORTS – TO REFLECT ON! ~ by Tom “Dr Cue” Rossman

Secrets to Reflect On … “Ms. Cue” and I have experienced thousands of treasured moments in and out of the “artistic pool” arena. We hope each of you is enjoying personal “victory” in your game and life. In this regard, I want to give you of a “secret of sorts” for the next level and

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14.1 Straight Pool

For Great Practice, Try 14.1 ~ by Roger Long

Something very special happened on May 27, 2019 at Easy Street Billiards in Monterey, CA. That date and place was when and where one of pool’s most coveted records fell.  The record broken was the 65-year-old feat of running 526 balls without a miss by the great Willie Mosconi during a 1954 exhibition in Springfield,

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Trick Shots

EASY FOUETTE By Tim Chin – www.trickshottim.com

A fouette is a “whip shot” used when the cue ball and object ball are close together which makes it easy to keep spin on the cue ball. It is also used in ballet to describe“whipped turns” where the dancer whips their leg around performing a pirouette. These can be some of the most difficult

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Pool School

See the Shots the Right Way ~ by Tim “The Monk” Miller

    Standing up I see the shot with my eye. There are no thoughts going through my mind. Just see the shot. With my brain, I know the stroke I am going to use, again, no thought going through my mind. Knowing the stroke enhances the target. I do not take my eye off

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Eye Patterns and Sighting ~ by Tim “The Monk” Miller

The main difference between the professional player and the best amateur is that the pro does not miss shots. They have a unique way of aiming at the object ball.  And the men will not share this information with anyone, not even their wives. It is a closely guarded secret. The reason I share this

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