Ghost that is why I get spotted 12-4 or 11-5 by the good players and still lose. age is catching up to me my vision isn't too good either.Eddie...if I had the skills to make the 14 jump over the 4ball so-as to achieve the ball-pocketing 2-rail angle needed, I mighta shot that "winning shot"...
So which are you? The one who passes on the shot or the one who marries the guy who passes on the shot?you need two backers for that one, one for this set and one for the next life after this one quits you LOL
This option is playing the game solidly, excellent choice considering the score and the way the balls are positioned.vapros
Bank the 14 back between the 8 and 9, pocket speed. At that speed, it's no disaster even if you do nick the 8. A great chance to go northeast with the cue ball. Unless you butcher the shot, he will have a 10 foot defensive shot with many possible bad outcomes. It's all good.
If it ain't funny, it ain't much.
I would two rail the 9 ball and pinch the cue ball one rail for shape on the 7/12
The 8 and 9 both bank for your opponent so anywhere up table is a problem. Some guys bank better than shoot straight in. Aggressive is to go ahead and bank the 14 home and win or miss and possibly lose. I'll be shooting the 7 and try to freeze up under the 12 like Jimmy.
I think that was unoperro's shot. I like it too, but would try to send the CB straight up so it has a chance to get behind the 2.
Yes sir. I went back and read the posts. I was on my way out the door when I posted my picture. thanks.I think that was unoperro's shot. I like it too, but would try to send the CB straight up so it has a chance to get behind the 2.
Brumback's shot has a much better chance to get under the 2, but leaves the 12 on Clyde's side and moves the 14 that's already favorable for ghost.
Ghost another guy jumping the 4 ball I guess I'm not the only sucker.Either take out the seven or two rail the fourteen and draw the cue ball cross table and down to the corner pocket. Taking out the seven is a bit more controlling of the game and two railing the fourteen a bit more aggressive. Depending on your mood that day, hurry up and shoot dammit.
Mrs. Ghost...as always..the way you mouse that cueball around the balls/table, is a wonder to behold...:hehAnother option.
That's a fairly routine shot for me. You must strike the CB near the edge.Mrs. Ghost...as always..the way you mouse that cueball around the balls/table, is a wonder to behold...:heh
PS, Just wondering..fess up now..did you spray the cueball with silicone before you moused this shot?...