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How to Bridge Part 2 of 2

By • Feb 25th, 2019 • Category: Snooker Videos, Uncategorized

For beginners. Experienced players please critique. … pool billiards billiard snooker carom bridge hand technique beginners beginner instruction lesson lessons basic basics

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  1. @ 2:55….i wudve rather played green solids….wahaha!!

  2. im just an average joe beginner, thanks for the vid

  3. No pressure needed.

  4. thanks a lot for these videos… well, i have a question though… when bridging, do you need to have your fingers stuck to the table.. i mean do you need to apply much pressure on your bridge hand & fingers? thanks

  5. Thanks man, good advice for a noobie like me.

  6. First of all, great videos man, thanks a lot. Well, have you noted the bridge that efren reyes uses to break? I’ve never see it in another player (I’m no expert!).
    He puts he’s middle finger over the index finger, and makes some pressure there. kinda weird.
    Any consideration about that? well thanks again.

  7. now if you stared reading this dont´╗┐ stop its really scarey!ok send this to five other videos in 143 minutes.When you are done press F6 and your crushes name will apear on the screen in big letters this is weird because it does work.If you break this chance you wont have a crush in the next five years

  8. Great ideas for shooting off the rail. I more often than not end up hitting the rail before I hit the cue ball.

    I’m too big to put my body on the table. Not rail is big enough. So for that shot where you sat on the rail, I usually am forced to switch the cue to my left hand and bridge with my right.

    Finally, I’ve been bridging wrong. I only use open bridge but I see now I have been having my hand in the air with only fingers touching the table for stability. Explains alot.

  9. gracias amigo de esa manera por lo menos no pasare verguenza delante de mis amigos gracias man..saludos desde peru

  10. awesome, thanks

    I only noticed now that i was using a bad bridge for the rail shots :\

  11. i d like to learn how do we hit a ball from long distance.thnx in advance

  12. excellent vid
    thankss !!!

  13. can u upload an video “how to draw with an open bridge”?
    that would be nice!
    great video! thank you

  14. thanks man, for your effort on this.

  15. Good, very helpful. I have two friends doing the knuckle and succeeding example (running the cue under the two fingers) and I have a question: if I do a closed bridge but having my index finger touching the top of the middle finger with my thumb next to it, is that considered practical? Thanks

  16. Thanks a lot for that. I’ve learned a many new things, being a beginner.

  17. good video, only problem i had with it is that two times you accidently said “open bridge” while your hand was demonstrating a closed bridge

  18. thank you for this vid, i always have trouble with rail shots like you who in the beginning

  19. great videos, cheers.

  20. also i was wondering what your advice for shooting from out of a pocket..when the cue ball is sucked into the pocket and you dont have an area to make an open or closed bridge ive ran into that problem alot any suggestions?

  21. Rail shot give me the most problems im hoping this will help…again youre tutorials are appreciated i have gotten a few of the guys i play with subscribed to your videos they are appreciated

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