- Dec 16, 2008
Yep, that's probably what I'd do too, if it laid right.One Pocket Ghost said:I'd bank the 2ball back, trying to have it clip the side of the 6ball and go in my hole, or it can miss the 6 and go into the 4 and 5 balls - the cueball ends up on the bottom rail safely doubling Buddy up on the 1 & 14balls....in the pic, the angle looks perfect for this shot.
Yes it is Efren's shot, sorry. That's a good shot too V-Man.vapros said:
Excellent choice, providing you can controll the cue ball to get it to end up in the stack. If not, this is a good time to take an intentional and reposition the cue ball in the stack. It's crucial to get the cue ball in the stack from this position...anyway you can.vapros said:
I looked at that shot but really didn't like it, not really doing much to put Hall in trouble. Reyes position is too strong to allow Hall to have an easy escape. Taking the intentional is a very strong shot, especially the way the balls are positioned in this layout. Imo Reyes doesn't take enough intentionals, which is a mistake when you consider his ball running skills.Cowboy Dennis said: