That does seem pretty easy to execute, and much stronger with regard to whitey. I like it a lot! I have a mortal fear of dbl-kisses.
Wannabe, There are patterns to most double kisses. Set up a number of scenarios and alter their positions slightly until you begin to see how these double kisses occur. You will loose much of your fear for many situations and learn how you can manipulate the shots to avoid a few others which look to be natural for the kiss.
Good luck and practice with the idea that you are the Sherlock Holmes of pool. Deductive reasoning coupled with practical applications.
That's what I envisioned.
Jeff, I think anyone that's being playing one pocket for a fair amount of time would see this shot as their first option but would also consider not shooting it because of the kiss. It may be true that the kiss could be avoided but one also needs to consider that if it's hit a bit off, especially because you're using inside English, which makes the aim a little more difficult, that the kiss now becomes an issue to be concerned about.
Frank, the cue ball will reach the left side rail well before for eight ball crosses it's path. Set it up. It's not even close.
You're absolutely correct. I set it up and just after the first attempt it was obvious that the cue ball is long gone from the kiss area. No other attempts were necessary.