- Dec 16, 2008
I might choose something like that at the table, but I'd want CB where I could cut the 2 slightly to the right and draw my CB almost straight back (only need to move CB out about 8" from where it is now.)
Smitty,Smitty, I would be tempted to shoot that, also, but if it doesn't go (and I don't think it does) it could be a disaster. If I am betting $20 a game, I think Him would give me $6.50 to shoot this. Before shooting this, I would have to squat down and peek thru the crack between the two balls. Looks iffy from here. I would rather cut the red ball very carefully and not touch anything else.
sappoHi Dennis, welcome back, good to see you here again. i would position the cue ball on the other side of the table on a line with the 3 ball so a straight on hit would send the 3 into the 10 and 2 balls. i would hit the shot fairly hard to clear all 3 of the balls up table. i would just play a simple stop shot on the cue ball.
why move those balls when then your opponent needs at least one of them to win???Would be my choice.
This is what he should have done, he woulda won easily from here, or at least figured to.Put the CB in the center of the table, hit the 6 about half full and drift the CB to the side rail, then foot rail in front of his pocket. The 6 will slide over to your long rail and the 15 will throw over and bank up table on your side.