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Advanced Cue Ball Control Self-Testing Program
an eBook (PDF, MOBI, EPUB).
Are you good enough to be an "A" player? Want to know if your shooting and positioning skills can compete against the top players? The layouts in this book provide a series of common but difficult shots that require excellent pocketing skills with strong cue ball positioning abilities.
Successfully pocketing both object balls in these layouts is proof positive that you are ready to break into the upper ranks. You can hold your own against the aristocracy of the pool playing world.
What if you are not yet ready? Periodically setting up and playing these shots will be an excellent validation that you are improving over time. These are not drills or exercises to shoot over and over in order to master or fine-tune one or more skills.
These are reality-based tests of your current competence. If you find these shots to be beyond your present-day skills, set aside this book for three to six months. Then open the book and select a set of layouts to work on. Print out those pages. With this book on your eBook reader, tablet, or laptop, these provide an excellent confirmation tool at the practice table.
This is not material to be run through once and then set aside to gather dust in some long unvisited folder on your computing device. Open your online calendar (Google, Yahoo, etc.) and put in reminders every month to shoot this, that, these, or those pages. When you do find your skills at the level to handle a few selected layouts, work your way through some of the other layouts in the book. In between these scheduled self-testing periods, use the Cue Ball Control Cheat Sheets book to improve your cue ball management self-confidence.
Study this material in two steps. In the comfort of your favorite easy-chair or recliner, review each table layout and thoughtfully consider your options. How would you play the shot? What would be the minimum speed and spin to make the shot work? Are there other ways to make the shot work? Use the “notes” feature of your reader to add your assumptions, possibilities, and considerations.
To continue developing yourself as an Intelligent Shooter – you have to get past the “fooling around” stage of your playing career and get serious about becoming a competitive player.
Try these samples from the book. Figure out how you can play these shots. To be an "A" player, you should own at least two different ways to pocket the 1 ball and pocket the 2 ball. There are 192 different layouts to test your "A" level playing skills - four of the layouts are below.
Goal: Make the 1 ball and get shape on the 2 ball. Set up the shot and figure out how to make it work.
From Section 1, Cue Ball Position 1 Buy this book!