- Sep 11, 2008
On second look, I think you're right George. I guess Blackeee pointed that out too, but I didn't see his post before putting up mine. Probably the best that can be gotten out of the WEI diagrams is just having fun. And besides that, I hope everybody knows better than to listen to me anyway!gbru said:Skin........I saw that shot also but it doesn't lay right. You can only hit about 4/5 of the 15 and that 's skimming the 14 close. If the 15 will caroms off the left side of the 3 then carom off the 13 and go towards his hole you could be in big trouble.
When you close one eye on a regulation table to sight and you can only see part of a ball you have to masse' to hit more of it. The same should holds true with the WEI table. Hold a straight edge to the board and you can't see all of the 15. It's not center to center it's edge to edge.
I really like that shot and would have picked it first but it won't go.