Yes, I absolutely agree, it was just on a couple of shots I felt this way. I am not an experience 3C player so I'll lean on others knowledge. One shot I kind of recall; the first ball contacted came off the end rail going straight down the long rail but settled mid way on the long rail, whereas if she would of stroke it a little harder then it would of ended up in the corner for a very easy billiard. Just a couple like that, other wise she is very uncannily consistent with her stroke speed. Almost to perfect, so effortless it seemed. WhiteyInteresting; when I watched I was thinking how her speed and soft touch were setting up the next shot rather well.
I suspect that kick at 1:35 is the one that Billy Jackets had in mind when he says:the kick@1:35 is kosher? you don't *have* to hit the ob first?
OB first hit is not required. The CB must contact three-rails (can be the same rail) sometime between the time you cue it and it hits the second of both object balls.Man what an advantage that would be to be able to hit 3 cushion kicks that accurately in 1 pocket.
Absolutely correct sorackem, I wish I had learned how to play the game , where I am from nobody ever bet on the game when I was young ,so I didn't have time for it.I suspect that kick at 1:35 is the one that Billy Jackets had in mind when he says:
OB first hit is not required. The CB must contact three-rails (can be the same rail) sometime between the time you cue it and it hits the second of both object balls.
I didn't notice whether she was playing the same CB over multiple innings (..think I remember she switched?)
Probably just a friendly game with optional ball..