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Dr. Cue – Lesson 16 -Stop Shot Practice

By • Feb 25th, 2019 • Category: APA Videos

The awesome nature of the “stop shot” can be used for pinpoint cue ball control and as a valuable tool for accurate carom shots. Stopping the cue ball “on a dime”, so to speak, for any straight in shot requires hitting the right spot on the cue ball with the correct speed for a respective distance between the cue ball and the object ball. Rule of thumb — for longer stop shots, one must hit the cue ball lower and / or increase the speed applicable to the shot.

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12 Responses »

  1. I knew how to stun in ages. i’d rather know how long the ball travels for

  2. Cue ball went forward on the last shot. It would have been a great opportunity to explain how the longer it travels, the more forward spin it picks up so you have to hit lower and firmer to get a stop shot.

  3. the best pool game to play is tequila pool becuase u get wasted lol- every time u miss a ball from going in the pocket u take a shot of tequila

  4. i’m learning how to play pool. i can tell you this is something you must learn to do, especially when setting up for the next shot. practice this……

  5. very good dr cue. I love you and your lessons, improving more each day the apprentices.
    thank you very much!

  6. This is a really good way to practice cue ball control. Another variation in order to practice back spin could be to try and stop the cue ball at each chalk point consecutively.

  7. haha yeah true that

  8. these guy is pro and seen him play hes real good

  9. thats why hes the professional and you’re the what sorry?
    the nobody

  10. l would beat this gut like a fuckin drum!

  11. my favourite lesson of all!

  12. Great video!!!That is a very nice poolroom you have there!

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