Ghost vs. Clyde 20 wwyd

One Pocket Ghost

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I'm bored with all this talk about Scott & Alex, what I need is another good WWYD to worry over!
C'mon, Ghost, you're falling down on the job... Hush you Muskie !
Ok Jeff...just for that I'm gonna put you in a little trouble...:heh...

I've put Clyde/Jeff in a little trouble --- my pocket is at the top left --- ball score is 2-2 --- wwyd ----->
 

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This is trouble? Pocket the ball in the hole. I'm going to HOB today to get into real trouble. Wayne and Jerry can't play so that means I'll have Wayne all to myself. Oh boy, the things you wish.
 

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This is trouble? Pocket the ball in the hole. I'm going to HOB today to get into real trouble. Wayne and Jerry can't play so that means I'll have Wayne all to myself. Oh boy, the things you wish.
How? Good luck with Wayne
 

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Though not a good shot for me, I think I would try to roll through the 7, to pocket the 5. If hit well, 7 should head down table toward far corner on my side, 6 toward middle of far end rail, leaving cb near your corner pocket. My focus would be on mostly the cb, trying to leave it at the mouth of the pocket. If the 7 and 6 just make it to the side rail..ok.

I see it as a force follow/stun forward stroke with a bit of right to turn 7 slightly to hit 6 full enough to clear quickly before cb gets to that area, yet keep cb on line to the pocket.

I don't like the shot, but I don't recognize a better option.:frus

I just picked this wrong shot, since it was closer.:eek:
 

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Though not a good shot for me, I think I would try to roll through the 7, to pocket the 5. If hit well, 7 should head down table toward far corner on my side, 6 toward middle of far end rail, leaving cb near your corner pocket. My focus would be on mostly the cb, trying to leave it at the mouth of the pocket. If the 7 and 6 just make it to the side rail..ok.

I see it as a force follow/stun forward stroke with a bit of right to turn 7 slightly to hit 6 full enough to clear quickly before cb gets to that area, yet keep cb on line to the pocket.

I don't like the shot, but I don't recognize a better option.:frus

I just picked this wrong shot, since it was closer.:eek:




That's got to be the shot. Right? Just straight follow. Looks real easy to me. Just let the six and seven collide and go where they want to
 

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Ghost vs. Clyde 20 wwyd

I think I would masse around the 7 and sink the 5.
 

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Though not a good shot for me, I think I would try to roll through the 7, to pocket the 5. If hit well, 7 should head down table toward far corner on my side, 6 toward middle of far end rail, leaving cb near your corner pocket. My focus would be on mostly the cb, trying to leave it at the mouth of the pocket. If the 7 and 6 just make it to the side rail..ok.

I see it as a force follow/stun forward stroke with a bit of right to turn 7 slightly to hit 6 full enough to clear quickly before cb gets to that area, yet keep cb on line to the pocket.

I don't like the shot, but I don't recognize a better option.:frus

I just picked this wrong shot, since it was closer.:eek:
I like it.
 

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Though not a good shot for me, I think I would try to roll through the 7, to pocket the 5. If hit well, 7 should head down table toward far corner on my side, 6 toward middle of far end rail, leaving cb near your corner pocket. My focus would be on mostly the cb, trying to leave it at the mouth of the pocket. If the 7 and 6 just make it to the side rail..ok.

I see it as a force follow/stun forward stroke with a bit of right to turn 7 slightly to hit 6 full enough to clear quickly before cb gets to that area, yet keep cb on line to the pocket.

I don't like the shot, but I don't recognize a better option.:frus

I just picked this wrong shot, since it was closer.:eek:
Yeah, I was diagramming while you were posting, I like it also.
Rod.
 

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Though not a good shot for me, I think I would try to roll through the 7, to pocket the 5. If hit well, 7 should head down table toward far corner on my side, 6 toward middle of far end rail, leaving cb near your corner pocket. My focus would be on mostly the cb, trying to leave it at the mouth of the pocket. If the 7 and 6 just make it to the side rail..ok.

I see it as a force follow/stun forward stroke with a bit of right to turn 7 slightly to hit 6 full enough to clear quickly before cb gets to that area, yet keep cb on line to the pocket.

I don't like the shot, but I don't recognize a better option.:frus

I just picked this wrong shot, since it was closer.:eek:
I'd try this.
Rod.

thats the shot for me
 

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Yep....Clyde shot the shot that most guys liked here...props to Clyde, he hit it good (although harder than I would have hit it - that's how the 6 and 7 balls got all the way up-table - Clyde likes to smack em' hard - the cueball won't be doing any rolling-off when Clyde shoots..:D)...here's how it ended up ----->

PS, 3RAILKICK - you won the muffin for being first to pick the shot...<a href='http://www.easyfreesmileys.com/skype-emoticons.html' title='Skype Emoticons'><img src='http://www.easyfreesmileys.com/smileys/free-indifferent-smileys-851.gif' alt='Skype Emoticons' border='0'></a>
 

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Yep....Clyde shot the shot that most guys liked here...props to Clyde, he hit it good (although harder than I would have hit it - that's how the 6 and 7 balls got all the way up-table - Clyde likes to smack em' hard - the cueball won't be doing any rolling-off when Clyde shoots..:D)...here's how it ended up ----->

PS, 3RAILKICK - you won the muffin for being first to pick the shot...<a href='http://www.easyfreesmileys.com/skype-emoticons.html' title='Skype Emoticons'><img src='http://www.easyfreesmileys.com/smileys/free-indifferent-smileys-851.gif' alt='Skype Emoticons' border='0'></a>
Did it become an up-table squeeze-out from there?
 

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Yep....Clyde shot the shot that most guys liked here...props to Clyde, he hit it good (although harder than I would have hit it - that's how the 6 and 7 balls got all the way up-table - Clyde likes to smack em' hard - the cueball won't be doing any rolling-off when Clyde shoots..:D)...here's how it ended up ----->

PS, 3RAILKICK - you won the muffin for being first to pick the shot...<a href='http://www.easyfreesmileys.com/skype-emoticons.html' title='Skype Emoticons'><img src='http://www.easyfreesmileys.com/smileys/free-indifferent-smileys-851.gif' alt='Skype Emoticons' border='0'></a>


Thanks..this one, even I could see the value of rolling thru to make the hanger.:eek:

Thank you for the muffin. I will freeze it.:D
 

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Thanks..this one, even I could see the value of rolling thru to make the hanger.:eek:

Thank you for the muffin. I will freeze it.:D
After it's been frozen it probably won't be stale anymore.:p:D
Rod.
 
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