- Dec 16, 2008
PB,you are misunderstanding my position--again, i just dont see any mind blowing contributions to the wwyds from people that have read this book--aside from efren and shannon, frost and joyner, theres not a lot of creative ideas floating around ......hence my questions...... again, not trying to be a smartass, im here to learn and share......btw, i do plan on looking thru the books to decide for myself--if the info is as good as some people say,then i'll buy one.......
If you would just ask a cogent question maybe you'd get better answers. I don't know exactly what you are asking. Get to the point already.
The reason you don't see mind-blowing contributions from people that have read this book is that Eddie Robin owns the copyright to this book and, generally speaking, we aren't supposed to post layouts attributed to WOP here. If we did and didn't credit it to WOP you wouldn't know it came from WOP anyway.
What do you expect to see? Many of the shots & layouts in WOP and SM&S come from gambling situations where a player has more leeway to shoot an outrageous shot to run out. If he loses he can always play another. In tournament play, racing to 3 usually, that leeway is not there so you don't see as many fantastic shots and outs. Not only that but these things don't exactly happen everyday, they were collected over years and from the memories of players also.
I hope I answered at least 1 or 2 of your questions for you.
P.S. Did you read post #12?