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NV B.73 – Leaving an angle and coming into the line of a shot, from VEPS II

By • Feb 25th, 2019 • Category: Billiard Tips

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Dr. Dave and Tom Ross describe, illustrate, and demonstrate how to leave an angle on a shot and how to come into the line of the next shot when playing position. This is an example shot from Disc II of “The Video Encyclopedia of Pool Shots” (VEPS). The VEPS series includes over 750 shots in 50 different categories, with over 250 “gems” of the game. The series is the most comprehensive collection of pool shots ever published. Disc II covers English and position control.

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12 Responses »

  1. Thanks. Please help spread the word about my vids.

    Dr. Dave

  2. You’re welcome … and thanks.

    Dr. Dave

  3. Thanks. I hope you’re not kidding about spreading the word about my vids. It takes a true man to help bring his competition up to a higher level.

  4. Thanks. It feels good to hear that people like and benefit from my stuff.

  5. holy crap. Thanks so much this really will help my play. Im going to buy a pool table and practice thanks bro 🙂

  6. All I can say is, Thanks Doc

  7. HSV B.20 rail compression shots and HSV B.22 one-pocket double kiss are going to make my opponents furious.
    NV B.73 Leaving an angle is the icing on the cake for me. They’ll all be asking what happened??? Don’t worry, I’m a good sport and will give them all links to your videos, gotta love good competition. LOL.

  8. I have seen many instructional videos on pool, many of them I already knew and learned little. Yours are so professionally produced, worded and to the point, it’s amazing. Up until I came across yours I learned the most from watching Ronnie O’Sullivan and Efren Reyes in match play.
    NV B.66 the 30-degree rule, NV 3.4, NV 3.5, NV 3.7 on the 90-degree rule as well as NV B.67 trisect system for draw shots are must watch videos. As well as NV B.68 tweener cluster breaks,

  9. I’m glad you found my video collection, and I’m glad you will help spread the word. Thanks. FYI, many more vids and other resources can be found on my website (see the link in the video description).

    Dr. Dave

    PS: If Tom and I were on opponent teams, you wouldn’t need to worry so much about me (I don’t find enough time to practice), but you would need to worry about Tom … he’s awesome. That’s why I teamed up with him on this project.

  10. I literally stumbled across your videos, and man am I glad I did. I am a fairly good positional player, however, I’ve been doing it the hard way. This brought new light to my game. I’ll send links to all of the players on both my 8 and 9 ball teams. Thanks Doc!!!
    By the way, glad you and Tom aren’t on any local opponent teams.

  11. Thanks. Please help spread the word.

    Dr. Dave

  12. wow, thats helpful

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