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Welcome to all Pool & Billiards Players

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Howdy Folks,

If you play pool, you ARE a friend of mine. So, I am running several different blogs for my pool playing friends – useful to beginners and advanced shooters.

On the top menu drop-down, click “FOUR GREAT BILLIARDS BLOGS” and select one of the drop-downs to view just that billiards blog. As you check into the history of past blogs, feel free to add comments. At the bottom of each blog are some links where you can put that blog onto any of your social network sites (i.e., facebook, twitter, etc.). You can also select RSS.

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(PV) Pool Billiards Lessons-Pool School: Shoot balls straight in is a good beginner practice drill.

Howdy folks, here is this week’s Cool Pool Learning Video.

This is created by an enthusiastic pool player who wants to help other players.

If this is too basic for you – please send this to your friends who can benefit. Enjoy!

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(GK) Learn to shoot your cue stick opposite handed, Part 2 of 2

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(Blog continued from…)

Continue moving the cue stick for three minutes and then take a break of about five minutes. Continue reading

(CS) Down the Rail Shots (Advanced) – ACS(b) 2 of 3

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Here is today’s Challenge Shootout from the book Billiards Skills Competition Training Program. Continue reading

(PV) Pool Billiards Instruction – How to stand and Bridge hand

Howdy folks, here is this week’s Cool Pool Learning Video.

This is created by an enthusiastic pool player who wants to help other players.

If this is too basic for you – please send this to your friends who can benefit. Enjoy!

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(GK) Learn to shoot your cue stick opposite handed, Part 1 of 2

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Have you ever thought about shooting with the other hand?   Continue reading

(DE) Shallow Angle Shots (Object Ball 4 Diamonds to pocket)

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This progressive exercise to improve your shooting skills is in the book Drills & Exercises for Pool & Pocket Billiards.

This is a multiple cue ball speed and spin drill. See Cue Ball Speed and Spin Variations. Make sure to observe the cue ball action (path from OB, any rail action, etc.) until it stops. You need to remember the results when you are in competition. Continue reading

(GK) Laws of Pool

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As you migrate from a casual bar banger pool player to a serious interest in the Green Game, Continue reading

(CS) Down the Rail Shots (Advanced) – ACS(b) 1 of 3

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Here is today’s Challenge Shootout from the book Billiards Skills Competition Training Program. Continue reading