- Dec 7, 2007
I think it should be on a laminated plastic graph chart, along with CTE, or whatever aiming system the player is using, and hung around his/her neck...u12armresl said:Yes, the protect aspect seems underrated.
So how should this list be, a piece of paper, a flow chart, what?
Sorry, a little bit of sarcasm there. But seriously, as a student of the game, the basic principles of one pocket should be the first thing you learn...They should be ingrained in your brain. If you have played the game long enough, you have already made the same mistakes often enough (Lord knows I have) to be very able to tell a good shot selection, from a poor one...You must also possess a certain amount of imagination, and creativity, and you won't find that on ANY chart...Every shot is a little different.
Only practice and dedication to learning will help...If it helps you to write everything down, by all means do it. But the sight of someone consulting a pilots "check list", before every shot...well, I just think the railbirds and your opponent, might have a field day with that...