Practice this TML pattern on your table until each one becomes a known and trustworthy shot.
The reverse spin brings the cue ball back down down in a useful cross pattern.
Because of the slight offset to the rail near the side pocket, the cue ball can cover this narrow area with consistency.
This is a good way to kick the cue ball and cover both corner pockets.
Other Sized Tables
For 8 foot tables, the same type of pattern requires about 1-1/4 tips out from center to get the paths shown. For 7 foot tables, 1-1/2 tip out from center is necessary to follow the pattern. The distances on small tables are less, so when the cue ball travels around in a trapezoid pattern, the rail contacts are more distorted.