Practice this TML pattern on your table until each one becomes a known and trustworthy shot.
There is just enough reverse spin left when the ball hits the second rail to shorten up the angle and bring the cue ball back to the same area it began.
The ball picks up running English on the first rail. The result is that the cue ball ends up at the same area of the corner, after its "round-the-world" trip.
There isn't much difference in this pattern and the 12:00 pattern. The angles around the table still end very close to the corner pocket.
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.