- Sep 3, 2011
Kicking to the 15ball with a medium soft speed in an attempt to pocket the 3ball on a carom would be a possible solution to the trap. At least with this option, you have some control with the accuracy, and the actual playing out of the plan.Lads, there appears to be some confusion over who has which pocket. I should have labeled them. The score graphic has nothing to do with the pocket each guy has.
It is Chris' shot. His pocket is at the bottom right, where there are no balls. He and Pag both are on two fouls. Chris can't foul here, or he'll lose the game.
I don't think it would be a very interesting WWYD if it were Chris' shot, and all the balls were in front of his own hole.
But I won't drag this one out. Will reveal Chris' shot this evening.
This was the other shot I looked at thinking I would play the 15 into the 6 to get a thick enough hit to get the cue ball to back towards the rail , for me it felt that since I am froze to the rail I thought the follow I would put on the ball to get an accurate hit would make it tougher to get the proper response off the 15Kicking to the 15ball with a medium soft speed in an attempt to pocket the 3ball on a carom would be a possible solution to the trap. At least with this option, you have some control with the accuracy, and the actual playing out of the plan.
Doc and Larry this is a great match to get a bunch of wwyd's off ofI'll put this one up while we wait for Ghost, Larry, or one of the other guys to put up a more interesting one. I rarely post wwyds anymore, since I've lost my "greenshots" app. This was taken from YT, so it's a little blurry. Therefore I've numbered the balls for reference.
The situation is that Gentile and Pag have both used two fouls. It's Chris' shot, and he's in an awful situation. His pocket is the bottom left. What did he do? What would YOU do?
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