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Stun Run Through

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

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  1. LMAO!!! Listen to how many times this guy repeats words, sentences, or just sayin it a different way.. umm.. ummm. ummm.. uummmmmmmmmm umm. um a a a a a a a a

    im teasin’ good video

  2. i have the same pool table…:)i was so impressed when i realised it…:)how much did it cost u?

  3. thanks for all the great videos

  4. Mr.folloeforce
    please , if you have any video to learn pool
    such as videos with 1 hour length and so on .
    please if you have it send to me the link to download it .
    Thanx alot Mr.followforce .

  5. He hit below center so the cue ball would have no spin when it hit the 7 and would travel along the tangent line to get position on the 9. — he wasn’t demonstrating stun & run on that shot.

    I think there was a little draw action on the cue though – it hit the rail about 3 inches off the tangent.

  6. well it looked like u hit it below center?

  7. u drew the q ball to get on the nine..

  8. “Great tip!! Tried it on my table and you’re right on the money,”touch is definitely key for a short follow shot.” =)

  9. Good drill.Looks easier than it is…everything looks easier though or we wouldn’t be watching and trying to learn all this on you tube LOL

  10. I’ve recently seen in another pool instruction video that names a similar shot as the most important shot in pool. The shot is similar to the stun run-through, but instead of following the cue ball 6-8 inches forward, you leave the cue ball in the exact position previously taken by the object ball. You do this by hitting the cue ball dead center with the right speed to control where the cue ball goes after contact. This shot trains and your stroke and your strength control.

  11. Thanks for taking the time to put all of these instuctional videos together. You have given me a good starting point to work with.

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