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Dr. Cue – Lesson 1, Chalking Up!!

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

Lesson 1: Chalking Up – The primary key to a disciplined and productive pool game is a good mechanical and mental preshot routine. Standing behind the cue ball and “chalking up” every time in this position will assure an “interlude” or “time out” to image exactly what you want to do in a fluent and rhythmic manner.

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12 Responses »

  1. do you need tutorial how to stay on your feet ?

  2. Its generally how American 8Ball and 9ball players bridge
    some snooker players use it when the cue ball is tight on a cushion/rail

  3. this guy bridges weird.

  4. he didnt really explain how to chalk

  5. Learn your spelling before talking smack to other people,and proper grammar.

  6. yaaaa idiot

  7. of course it does.

  8. I understand the mental aspect of chalking up to get time to think about your shot, but does the chalk really matter in giving better grip on the cue tip in the shot?

  9. Another point, try to do everything exactly the same each time you approach the table. You will develop a “memory” of muscles and thoughts. Make it a ritual.

  10. Man I wish I had a room like that to shoot pool in. And good tips. Hope they get more advanced.

  11. Good stuff man. I’m going to follow all your lessons and see how it goes. Thanks!

  12. We are reposting this series along with a whole bunch of new ones. Enjoy!

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