Artie Bodendorfer said:Nine ball and one pocket are like night and day. The spot hardly ever showes up. There is no compaireson. In the two games. I player mite run 8 racks in a row.
In One pocket the hight play a whole session and never run out.And on a real easy pocket table thats fast.
A player like Shane can spot a player like Eferine the 6789 If he gets the breacks because the spot is meaningless.
If a player gives another player the eight and nine and the are both good players. THe spot means nothung. If you play a race too 11 it mite never show up.
Taking odds on the sessuin and getting 3to2 on the money is better then the 8 and 9. Or take a game and a half on a race to 11 playing the player even.
I can tell everyone this if you are going too play some one even on a 4 inch pocket.
Or a 4 and a half inch pocket. Play on the table that you can get a extra ball on. I dont care if its 3 and three quqrer inches or if its 5 inch pocket.
The size off the table can make a difference espcialy if the one player is use too playing on a certain size table.
Because different sizes table you shoot different shots. Especialy in one pocket.
And a bar player will have a way tougher time playing on a 5 by 10 ten. THen the 5 by 10 player will have on a bar table.
Whatever people think thats the way it stays. Nothing changes. And If I coach Shane against Scott. I want a tough table not a easy table.
And you will see how wright I am if the game comes off.