S. Daulton vs. A. Pagulayan 2013 Make It Happen Invitational

lll

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One option.

P.S. I'd probably bank the 1ball and try to land in the stack.
Bank 1 ball with high right English put cue ball down table on opposite side .
I don't think so: both playing straightback, Rod with 7 o'clock, Eddie with 2 o'clock.
Bank the one straight back with RHE and put the cball down on the gum. John B.
fast eddie and john b
do you expect to make the 1???
if not
why do you want to leave your opponent a clear view of the quadrant where the balls are??
rods version at least (or at best..:)) limits your options for a return shot
I still think as 1pwannabee was the first to suggest
putting you in the stack is the best shot
me I don't think I could be confident to make the 1 to shoot that shot unless I did rod's way
jmho
I have a lot to learn...:D
 

Cowboy Dennis

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One option.

P.S. I'd probably bank the 13 ball and try to land near his side rail past the side pocket.
Fixed that for you:D.

Alex banked the 13 but hit it kind of bad. I think I remember hearing that his back was hurting him at this tourney and it showed here. He had to get up and move
around before he got back down and shot.


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He left Daulton here:

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why do you want to leave your opponent a clear view of the quadrant where the balls are??
My question also, except yes, I think John B. would expect to make the 1, so his
CB leaves him with open offensive shots.

I still think as 1pwannabee was the first to suggest
putting you in the stack is the best shot

I prefer going across the table to the other rail; if you hit the 6 or just clip it OK, but missing the stack is better, IMO. Going in the stack might leave a shot or an easy escape unless CB is put on a dime. (With the other 3 gone I'll be happy to take over the role as forum expert. :D )
 

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My question also, except yes, I think John B. would expect to make the 1, so his
CB leaves him with open offensive shots.CatFishBreath can only make "Bank" banks, not "One-Pocket" banks:p




I prefer going across the table to the other rail; if you hit the 6 or just clip it OK, but missing the stack is better, IMO. Going in the stack might leave a shot or an easy escape unless CB is put on a dime. (With the other 3 gone I'll be happy to take over the role as forum expert. :D )I 2nd your nomination but be careful, heavy is the head that wears the crown:)
There are at least 3 perfectly good offensive shots here. You can't wear the crown picking safeties:sorry. Fire away:p.

Dennis
 

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There are at least 3 perfectly good offensive shots here. You can't wear the crown picking safeties:sorry. Fire away:p.

Dennis
if you are referring to the first layout
here is my "offensive possibility"
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There are at least 3 perfectly good offensive shots here. You can't wear the crown picking safeties:sorry. Fire away:p.

Dennis
I wasn't clear... I'm going across table off the straightback on the 1. I would take offense if I missed it.
 
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