Ghost vs. Pat 39 wwyd?

Hardmix

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I like rolling the 4 towards the pocket and spinning the cb back close to where it is now.
 

TxOnePocket

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I am slow rolling into the 9 sending the 11 off the 7 into the 3 with the 11 ending up close to the hole if not making it. The cue ball should hit the 15 and end up by the opponents pocket. The 15 will help block a bank.
The 11 ball will be well above the 3 ball after the carom, the 7 ball will be pushed to the right, missing the 8 ball and coming back up to open the 15, lastly if you are getting the 11 ball to the rail slow rolling it isn't going to work.

Your way off on this one ghost.
 

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The 11 ball will be well above the 3 ball after the carom, the 7 ball will be pushed to the right, missing the 8 ball and coming back up to open the 15, lastly if you are getting the 11 ball to the rail slow rolling it isn't going to work.

Your way off on this one ghost.
How am I way off on it? :rolleyes: - it's Joe's shot...I said it was one of many choices - but I never said it was a good choice :cool:...you're trying too hard TOP.
 

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Bank the 15 towards your hole 3 rails and stick em. I can bank that 15 Wide 3 rails....100% of the time. R/H spin on the cue ball will snug it up to the cluster even more.
 

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Ghost vs. Pat 39 wwyd?

Bank the 15 towards your hole 3 rails and stick em. I can bank that 15 Wide 3 rails....100% of the time. R/H spin on the cue ball will snug it up to the cluster even more.


I was looking at this also Bill. Another good call here 👍. Only issue I saw is he may have a bank on the 4 with you doubled up up table. But what after that? It’s a good shot.
 

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I might just two rail the four into the 10-12-6 opening balls to make them go in my hole and glancing shit toward my pocket, while drawing back and oiling his ass back to the head rail..


 

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I was looking at this also Bill. Another good call here 👍. Only issue I saw is he may have a bank on the 4 with you doubled up up table. But what after that? It’s a good shot.
post #31 Mitch, was one of my 3 shots ;)
 

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There’s a big wall to hide behind, so the three ball combo might be good. 1-2-5
That shot looks good to me too. It lays just about perfectly, and it would open up that mess on the shooter's side rail. I'd mainly concentrate on getting the CB behind that "wall" around the foot spot area.

~Doc
 

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Ghost vs. Pat

Ghost vs. Pat

I might just two rail the four into the 10-12-6 opening balls to make them go in my hole and glancing shit toward my pocket, while drawing back and oiling his ass back to the head rail..



:eek: Hey Jimmy...I know we like each other and I'm a good looking guy, but please don't be thinking about oiling my ass...:eek:...:p

- GH:DST
 

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Did he thin the 15-12-10 combo moving all kinks of stuff to his hole
 

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:eek: Hey Jimmy...I know we like each other and I'm a good looking guy, but please don't be thinking about oiling my ass...:eek:...:p

- GH:DST


Oh yeah, Ghost.. I forget you're the one playing, sometimes. Lol.. Just thinking bout that money shot, you know..

 

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Why not shoot the 1 into the 2 and let the cb go into that catchers mitt. This would open up that cluster and open up some alley ways along our side rail, plus keep the opponent from doing a return shot by putting the cb back in that same quadrant! Whitey
 

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Why not shoot the 1 into the 2 and let the cb go into that catchers mitt. This would open up that cluster and open up some alley ways along our side rail, plus keep the opponent from doing a return shot by putting the cb back in that same quadrant! Whitey
Yeah Whitey, I spoke of liking that shot in post #24.
 

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The 11 ball will be well above the 3 ball after the carom, the 7 ball will be pushed to the right, missing the 8 ball and coming back up to open the 15, lastly if you are getting the 11 ball to the rail slow rolling it isn't going to work.

Your way off on this one ghost.
You are correct if the 11 and 7 are frozen or very close, but in the OP's third photo it looks like there is an inch or more between them. In this case the 11 will carom off the 3 on the side closer to the pocket.
 

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Did he thin the 15-12-10 combo moving all kinds of stuff to his hole
Yeah Jim that is what Pat shot - not the best choice I don't think...he didn't execute it well, and he left me in a productive position...I don't know if Pat meant to leave me with the stack snookering me, but hit it too hard - or if he meant to leave me all the way up-table and hit it too soft...here's how it turned out >>>
 

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Yeah Jim that is what Pat shot - not the best choice I don't think...he didn't execute it well, and he left me in a productive position...I don't know if Pat meant to leave me with the stack snookering me, but hit it too hard - or if he meant to leave me all the way up-table and hit it too soft...here's how it turned out >>>
from here..,. I think I am shooting the 10 into the 6 to clear out his hole and possibly make one in my hole on the billiard.
 

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from here..,. I think I am shooting the 10 into the 6 to clear out his hole and possibly make one in my hole on the billiard.
not bad, but I am banking that 3 into the 8 and keeping protection with the stack...or if I am really feeling crazy I may bank the 3 ball back into the stack / 6 and let the CB go off the foot rail and then back into the bottom of the 13/2...that should re-arrange the furniture and I may get luck and make one!
 

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when in a super position like this there was no reason to open up balls for him.
or take shots that can do that. so he went from a nice favorite to being in trouble.
 
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