Billiards preshot routine part 2

Second segment of a description of consistent preshot routine in pool

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  1. noodleswithsoup says:

    haha “for the same reason that you do not negotiate w/ terrorists”

  2. forcefollow says:

    Very nice. Keep posting.

  3. wikkidthoughts says:

    Thank you, Mike!

  4. ew1075 says:

    Thanks Mike. That’s good stuff.

  5. SLJlove says:

    lol, lines and graphs don’t make a stroke

  6. acebrawler73 says:

    but they explain it pretty well.

  7. drboneheadgmailcom says:

    You are awesome for putting up these videos! Keep being awesome!

  8. blueiseverything says:

    When we’re down for the the war-up strokes, then feel theres a bit of a confusion in terms of the initial ball execution plan, we MIGHT need to go back the the planning stage.

    I mean, what you said was partially correct, but it’s not always.

    keep up good stuff

  9. blueiseverything says:

    When we’re down for the the war-up strokes, then feel theres a bit of a confusion in terms of the initial ball execution plan, we MIGHT need to go back to the planning stage. Another example is chalking ; many times players decide on a follow shot but then find drawing is a better choice. In this case, the draw requires much more chalk than any routine shot. This means that by going back to chalk the tip, they will be returning to the plan stage.

  10. lln003 says:

    your video is

    CLEAR, CONCISE, COMPREHENSIVE, & INTELLECTUALLY STIMULATING!

    5 Stars!

    PLEASE POST MORE!

  11. SuperPoolfool says:

    keep up the good work!!! you are helping those who will listen

  12. membesiri says:

    very well! good videos! thanks

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