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- LEARN how to get your cue ball out of difficult situations.
- LEARN how to number the rail diamonds for all shots on ALL SIZE TABLES.
- LEARN the simple arithmetic of the diamond system for ALL SIZE TABLES.
KICK SHOTS INTRO
“Shooting the cue ball into one or more rails in order to contact or pocket a specific object ball.”
I am beginning with Kick shots in order to demonstrate in the most understandable way, how basic mathematic patterns are ingrained into the pool table and to allow you to start by applying your knowledge of simple arithmetic; addition, subtraction and division.
This section will instill in you what we are aiming for as you progress through your understanding of purposeful rail points, diamonds and angles of incidence and reflection. Simply stated, the angle of incidence is the line the ball travels INTO a rail and the angle of reflection is the path the ball follows as it rebounds AWAY from rail. Knowledge of off rail Kick shots is invaluable to the shooter when hidden behind opponents object balls (as in Eight ball) and must make a good hit on his/her own object ball to avoid a foul (scratch). Kick shots are also a means of making shots that, to the unknowing, appear impossible.
We start with one rail Kick shots, using rail points (as opposed to diamonds) only, as you will do on all one rail shots, be they kicks or banking an object ball one rail. For the purpose of simple arithmetic, I have added a zero (0) to each point and diamond number or a decimal point plus zero or number. For example, diamond or point number three (3) becomes thirty (30) or three point zero (3.0).
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