Just having a little fun. Life is too serious to take seriously. Seriously who is the unknown OP? Is it Efren?Man this thread was getting a little AZ Billiardish, all we need is a Barton comment, or 1000, haha, jk, sounds like everyone is ready for a get together I know I am.
I see what happened -- I breezed through the thread in standard view, but then viewed just your posts as admin, given you just returned to posting here. In that manner I conflated two of your posts which read worse to me when viewed like that. Looking at the full context of your posts I can see that was not fair to you, and I apologize Lou.As usual, you manage to misconstrue what I write in the worst way possible.
I’m not even going to bother explaining. Past experience has shown that to be a futile exercise.
We decide on a $ per game, then I point out shots I would recommend and why. Sometimes, I let them shoot the wrong shot, then set it back up and show them all of the variants that were available. Then they decide which one they can execute the best for their skill level.1 game session.... please describe. How does the $$$ work?
We decide on a $ per game, then I point out shots I would recommend and why. Sometimes, I let them shoot the wrong shot, then set it back up and show them all of the variants that were available. Then they decide which one they can execute the best for their skill level.
I am good at gauging skill levels, so I try to show people things they can execute within a reasonable percentage. I also show higher level stuff in case they are looking to expand their repertoire.
The issue I have when doing an hourly (one pocket) lesson is its hard to recreate scenarios, in both layout and consequences. In games, situations arise and can be dealt with one at a time. The same ball layout doesn't always have the same solution.