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Billy Jackets

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NM first shot cant hit the 3 thinly.
Bank the 3 into the 4 and draw up table like Mitch
 
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beatle

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from the aggressive side of things it looks like you can cut the 6 in and go through the pack and run some balls.

if not

maybe bank the 14 and draw the cue or kiss it into the pack softly. you may make the 14 and shoot the 6 and go on from there or use the 6 to cover it.
 

OneRock

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Looks like there's ample room to bank the 3 into the 7 or 11 and carom into into the 6.
 

unoperro

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Looks like it takes a little "jump" to bank that 3?

If so forget about running whitey 3 rails. Bank the 3 back and float whitey down to the head rail. To me Its not great but the best the table has to offer.
 

gulfportdoc

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Shot selection here is completely contingent upon whether the 3 can be hit. Does YK recall if the 3 can be hit?
 

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Shot selection here is completely contingent upon whether the 3 can be hit. Does YK recall if the 3 can be hit?


I looked and it was really really close...if you could hit it there wasn’t a lot of room for aiming...pretty much needed to hit it inside the right edge of the three by maybe a centimeter.
 

tucson9ball

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If there is room, I am banking the three into the four and sending whitey three rails down to my opponents pocket. If there is not enough room for that, I am banking it into the other two balls straight across with draw to keep the cue ball on the rail downtable.
John, I like the 2nd option of just banking the 3ball into the stack. Love sending balls to my side :)
 
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