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(DCV) Dr. Cue Video - APA Lesson 6: Aiming

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Aiming begins with the line of the object ball into the pocket. (The cue ball aiming line comes after this critical step. Depending on the angle, of the ball into the pocket, the size of the pocket can be larger or smaller.

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(DCV) Dr. Cue Video - APA Lesson 3: The "Open, Tower, or V Bridge"

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There seems to be a dozen different hand bridges. Not sure if this is because a player wants to look strange - or just doesn't understand how to hold a stable and solid bridge for the stroke of the stick. Here' is a trustworthy and stable bridge you can use for 95% of your shots.

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(DCV) Dr. Cue Video - APA Lesson 2: The Stance

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Some players have VERY strange ways to get down on a shot. This is weird, because the stance is CRITICAL to the success of a trustworthy stroke.

Here's some tips and shortcuts on how to make sure that you develop stable habits that allow you to rapidly improve your success with the stroke.

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(DCV) Dr. Cue Video - APA Lesson 1: Chalking Up!!

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There's more than one reason to chalk for every shot. The first is to make sure you don't get that horrible "clack" of a miscue. Of equal value and importance, you also get valuable time to evaluate the table, the shot, and how it is executed.

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