(BSC) Billiard Skills Challenge - Controlled Runout: Horizontal Set 1 of 3

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Billiards Skills Competition Training Program

Here is Today's Test Group Challenge from the book. This progressive set develops personal confidence when similar shots come up during competition.

PURPOSE:  Start with Ball-in-Hand.
Pocket the balls ALL IN THE SAME POCKET - using two patterns:
- from Rail ball to outside ball (one end to the other end)
- from outside ball towards Rail ball (reverse sequence)

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(CBC) About Cue Ball Control and How to make it work

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Cue Ball Control Cheat Sheets

I wrote this book to reveal how easy it is to control the cue ball and move it around the table. It is amazing how easy it is to get precise shape when you know how to use carefully applied cue ball spins and speeds. Control of the cue ball is really easy to learn – when you finally realize you need to know how to precisely hit it with your cue tip.

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(BSC) Billiard Skills Challenge - Instructions

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Billiards Skills Competition Training Program

The book contains hundreds of shots, organized into Test Groups that check every area of your shooting and playing skills.

Each Test Group has four benefits:

  • Skills Measurement - what you can do now.
  • Self Knowledge - what you need to improve
  • Training Program - develop a personalized process
  • Buddy Challenges - competition with friends

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(S&D) Safety & Defense - About the Concept & the Book

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Safety Toolbox (Advanced)

Many players use a single approach to every shooting opportunity – the offensive mindset. They continuously attempt to pocket a ball, any ball - regardless of the table layout and playing conditions. They don’t consider the consequences of failure. That one-dimensional playing style is acceptable only if their opponents play the same way.

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