Should you look at the cue ball or object ball?
Do my eyes look at the cue ball or the ball being hit at time of stroking (impact) the shot in play.” What should we be doing with our eyes as we shoot.
The generally accepted wisdom here is that we should be looking at the object ball or rail target as we strike the CB..
Why is snooker so hard?
Why is snooker so hard? Well it requires a few different things to work together and in coordination for things to gel properly. Firstly, the technical side of the game, which entails the things we control physically such as our stance, cue action, approach to the shot and so on.
How long does it take to get good at pool?
Combine discipline in doing drills and not just “playing the game or shooting around” and do that about 5 days per week with about 3–4 hours per day and in two years I have seen guys go from novice to master levels in about that time frame.
Where is the best place to break in pool?
As shown below, a good power option for the 8-ball break is to position the CB slightly off center, and hit the lead ball squarely. As with the 10-ball break, the 2nd-row balls tend to head toward the side pockets, and the corner balls can go four rails to the corners.