(BSC) Billiard Skills Challenge – Small Area Maneuvers: Set 3 of 6 (Intermediate & Advanced layouts)

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Here is Today’s Test Group Challenge from the book. Several run-outs in a row develops personal confidence when similar maneuvering is needed to run-out to a game win during competition.

PURPOSE:  Pocket the balls in sequence to clear the table.
Start with Ball-in-Hand.

This is from the Small Area Maneuvers (Intermediate & Advanced) Test Groups.

For instructions on scoring yourself (or on a challenge to your buddies), see “Billiard Skills Challenge – Instructions” for details on practice/skill development and challenges among buddies.

BSC Test Group - Small Area Maneuvers, Set 3 of 6 (Intermediate)

BSC Test Group – Small Area Maneuvers, Set 3 of 6 (Intermediate)

BSC Test Group - Small Area Maneuvers, Set 3 of 6 (Advanced)

BSC Test Group – Small Area Maneuvers, Set 3 of 6 (Advanced)

TO MAKE THIS WORK FOR YOU:
1. Begin with Intermediate layout.
2. Set up the donuts for all the balls.
3. Shoot in sequence (1, 2, 3) – shoot in reverse sequence (3, 2, 1).
4. You own the set when you can run-out three times in a row.
5. Move to the Advanced layout.

Suggestions: Switch balls with other balls (i.e., 1 Ball in 3 Ball position, 3 Ball in 1 Ball position, etc.). Feel free to challenge friends on who can successfully complete the run-out – best out of four attempts, and other variations.

 

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