LEARN TO PLAY - CUE BALL CONTROL
Understanding how hard or soft the cue ball needs to be hit is just as important as knowing how English will effect the ricochet off of the object ball.
One of the easiest ways to get positioning is with the Stop Shot. That is why it is very important that players master the timing and speed needed to execute this shot perfectly 99% of the time. This quick drill will help you get that timing and speed down, and this drill is a great workout for the beginner player.
In the intricate world of pool and billiards, the draw shot, often referred to as the “backspin shot,” stands out as one of the fundamental shots every proficient player should master. By striking the cue ball below its center, players can make it spin backward after contact with the object ball, a technique that provides strategic depth and control over the game’s flow.