- Dec 6, 2010
Dude!! you and I think a whole lot a like:lol You stole the words right out of my mouth.I could have explained all of that too,I was just hmm... eating,yeah that's what I was doing:lolEvery player has his own reality when it comes to pool. So, perhaps, Greenleaf used a long follow through. (BTW, that is unlikely because, at least in the video of him that I've seen, he had a huge honkin' swarp to his stroke.) Look what Allen Hopkins does. He creates all kinds of action on the ball with a short little punch stroke.
All that matter is what happens in those micro seconds the cue tip is in contact with the CB. If the CB is hit at the right spot, at the right speed, it's going to do the same thing regardless of whether a long Sigel-like stroke was used, or a shorter Varner-like stroke was used.
Call in the dogs and piss on the fire...this hunts over:lol JB