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By • Aug 28th, 2008 • Category: Billiard Tips Feature

Excerpts from “The Illustrated Principles of Pool and Billiards” DVD instruction video. Dr. Dave shows you how to improve you game by understanding various important principles and techniques of the game.

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  1. Thank you for the nice feedback. I’m glad you like it. Please help spread the word.

    Dr. Dave

  2. Read your book. I think it’s the best on the market for me. Precise explanations and diagrams with color. TKS.

  3. i think you might be my knight in shining armour dr dave

  4. 02 2:20 very important

    thanks. nice videoo

  5. Lol ok then.

    thanks dr. dave XP

  6. If you’re going to be that way, I take it back.

    Dr. Dave


  8. A dime radius is recommended for better players, but there are disadvantages (see the January ’08 article on my website).

    Concerning the tangent line, for slow to medium speed roll shots, the CB swerves almost immediately, heading almost directly in the 30-degree direction. The tangent line is not useful in predicting CB direction in these cases (see the numerous articles on the 90- and 30-degree rules on my website).

    billiards DOT colostate DOT edu

  9. Tip curve should be that of a dime not a nickel because impact of the leather compression changes its shape. Also, the cue ball will ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS (assuming equal mass) follow the tangent 90 degree line. Follow and draw are simply change effects of the cue ball away from the tangent line. Otherwise good stuff!

  10. looks like a nice vid
    could come in handy for some people 🙂

  11. thanks,all information is helpfull.

  12. Great video Doc, I’m really trying to find ways to better my game.

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