Looks impossible to stick to the 6 and get under the one ball to me. Do you guys think it works or doesn't ? I could be wrong as two left feet , just want to see what the rest of you think.I kinda like a slight cut on the 14 freezing the QB to the side of the 6. The 14 two rails into the bottom of the 1 taking it out, the 14 goes into the 10 making it in my hole and I keep shooting.
Your probably right, however moving the 14 and sending the QB to the bottom rail is just going to get you in more trouble.Looks impossible to stick to the 6 and get under the one ball to me. Do you guys think it works or doesn't ? I could be wrong as two left feet , just want to see what the rest of you think.
does the 14 go by the 7 or does he have to shoot the 10? or the 9?Well, y'all had some pretty good suggestions in a layout with not a lot of opportunities. Like a few of you suggested, I'd probably shoot straight ahead with the 14 taking out the 1, and leaving whitey on the foot rail. There might be a free straight-back with the stripe by the side pocket, but all in all a pretty good leave.
The carom was on, and Scott Frost didn't hesitate to shoot it. He was playing Sylver Ochoa. There's a system shooting these carom shots, but I've forgotten it. This one looks like a half ball hit on the 14. It's good for Scott that he made it though, because he sold out the 1ball if missed:
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