Exactly like that.
It does look like it may not, but the measles ball plays heavy, but if that shots there That's my first choice. Allot of other great ideas, goodposthuey.Not saying it cant be done but it sure looks tough to hit the foot rail after contacting the 4 and then making it PAST the 5 without hitting it, LD shaft or not ICBW, we all know these pics can be deceiving!
I didn’t think there’s room for the 10 but it’s natural shape to get on the 4/5 with the 10/9 combo three rail. The 10 isn’t out of play it’s just up table with easy access from the 4/5If the 10 goes, 3 bumps, why play the combo, and take the 10 out of play?
Cory, great shot! This is something I would not have thought of. I was thinking of combo banking the 9 ball and sliding on the other side of the 2 balls on the short rail. I think you can slightly cut the 10 on the right side with right hand spin which should put the correct reverse spin in the 9.Trying to embed again. The make (2nd attempt) is at about the 25 second mark.
The 10-9 can be banked, but there's no position, and it's very sensitive. The 10 can be 3-railed, with position, but not something I want to shoot for the rent. I like the triple-bank on the 5. The cue ball is sitting at exactly the right angle to "twist" it. It's basically this same exact shot, without the first ball.I do like the 3 time cross corner on the 5 ball, that's probably what I would shoot here.
Just curious Jerry, you mentioned hitting the CB in the center. Wouldn't it produce more spin on the 9 if you used LHE on the CB? LHE on the CB puts RHE on the 10 which then puts LHE on the 9. Doesn't it work that way? I thought it did but I learn something new all the time! Thanks again for the videos, keep em coming!I actually do these videos because Daniel uses the Kill Bill movie music. The key to these type of shots is to be able to inject side spin to the second object ball. Just pretend that the first object ball is the cueball and hit the cueball dead center so as to create that side spin on the second ball. These shots don't work well for short angle banks but they are possible. They come up all the time along the side rails. I didn't want to run out becasue I mighta missed LOL. But thx to Daniel for his video and posting.
You made it look easy!The 10-9 can be banked, but there's no position, and it's very sensitive. The 10 can be 3-railed, with position, but not something I want to shoot for the rent. I like the triple-bank on the 5. The cue ball is sitting at exactly the right angle to "twist" it. It's basically this same exact shot, without the first ball.
Thanks Jerry, yea I knew that it created the side spin by cutting the 10 into the 9 but I thought it would induce more spin by using LHE on the CB...was just curious if that were true, thanks again!Cincy: hitting the cueball dead center and cutting thte object slightly creates side spin. This is important with this shot so as to control the cueball after the object ball is struck. Try it a few times and you'll see what I mean.