- Sep 3, 2011
If he made the 10 he had to either draw back a bit or he left the cut on the stripe and carom the other ball towards his pocket, he would not pass that up.
I wish I had your energy whitey, I would be in the basement working on these shots also. I just have to enjoy watching for now.I would of love it if Cliff had back banked the 1 and picked up the 13. Kudos to mr3c for envisioning this shot. It does not pop out for me, not being a 3c player and not playing OP. Welcome back, hell of a call!
It has occurred to me that in quite a few of these wwyds there is the one shot that is the key to the puzzle, I think this is the one!
Thanks guys for the great shot selections, I had a great time executing them, and thanks for the compliments on the videos. The videos really brought this scenario to life, for me.
Keep the wwyds coming Larry! thanks, Whitey
You lost me there a bit. Cliff's pocket is bottom right. Jack might have gone forward with the CB a bit to leave a thinner safety off the spotted balls. If he played a stop shot, the only aggressive shot for Cliff I see is a 6-4 combo bank which is crazy given circs.If he made the 10 he had to either draw back a bit or he left the cut on the stripe and carom the other ball towards his pocket, he would not pass that up.
one reason i posted this thread is i was surprised cliff made the ball putting it in play while being ahead in the score
You see bro...with my method of playing the safety off of the 1ball, not one, and not two balls would be down-table for Jack.So it was a nothing shot really. Two balls came on the spot and a banking lane for the 1 is now wide open.
Getting better , I went online and a bunch of great sites I use suggested 1/2 tsp baking soda in a glass of water 2 x a day to help kidneys. I know it is sodium bicarbonate and salt retains fluid, but they said it doesn't work the same , and it started helping right away. After 3 doses, the itching is almost gone , the swelling is 90 % gone, and the skin is still red but you can tell it is softer and healing.How is your foot and ankle swelling coming along? Whitey
Cliffs a goofball, he changed pockets right in the middle of the game. roflmao, nah , I'm losin it bud , sorry.You lost me there a bit. Cliff's pocket is bottom right. Jack might have gone forward with the CB a bit to leave a thinner safety off the spotted balls. If he played a stop shot, the only aggressive shot for Cliff I see is a 6-4 combo bank which is crazy given circs.
My reply might be to bank the 9 and hide behind the 11. I also like the 6 off the 12. There might even be more options. Don’t put a shot clock on me because I’ll be shooting for my hole somehow.What's wrong with going off the right side of the two and laying the cue ball down on the rail, using the eleven as a blocker? Your opponent has no shot and must go off something and leave you a bank the next inning.