- May 15, 2005
The 10 banks and so will the 2 so you need to get frozen on either the 4 or the 14. I set this up and it was a rough spot and nothing I did felt good. I played thin of the 4 and came back down table but the combination lays too good. I just don't see a great shot here.Looks to me like Scott could play off his left side of the 14 (rather than the 2) to get to the foot rail, and the 14 might tangle up the cross bank return shot.
pj <- whadda I know?
If I were to kick the 14ball that's the speed that I would choose, if the cue ball should end up near or on the bottom rail then you have to like your choice..imo.Even kicking off the side rail and softly kicking the 14 ball down to the end rail by the 10 ball and dropping the cue ball to the end rail isnt bad. You very possibly could jam up all the short banks and the bank on the 2 ball would be a tough hit from where you leave him.