- Sep 17, 2008
13, draw straight back with medium firm stroke, which breaks open the 6/7. The 6 stays about where it is and the 7/10 may tie up (but I don't need those 2 anyway). The draw on the CB gets me to the 3 next, then the 6 -> CB hits foot rail and RHE spin over behind the 11, to the 4 to the bank the 5 for the cheese.
13-3-6-10-7 then either the 11 or bank the 5 depending how you land on the 7.
The famous pachinko shot, love it. If it works you sure get a lot accomplished.The shot "I" chose was to try an accomplish 3 elements from this position in 1 single stroke of the cue.
#1. Cut the 13 ball in.
#2. While cutting the 13 ball, and having the CB carom into the left side of the 3 ball and having the 3 bank into the, 1/14/15 to open them up.
#3. While applying 8 O'clock English on the CB to go off the 3 into the short rail, then long rail to catch the, outside of the 7 ball that is frozen to the 6. (BTW) neither of them would go in my pocket, without this nudge.
Running the balls goes as, 13/7/6/11/, depending on how I get on the 11, I finish with the,, 3/1/14/15, depending on how they opened up or, the, 4/12/10 or any sequence of those 3 balls.
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