Original SightRight Snooker and Billiards Pool Sighting Aid


Verified Member
Aug 18, 2010
i'm guessing that has something to do with determining what a player's "dominant eye" is for proper sighting?

here's a way to do it:

-stand about 8' - 10' away from an object on a wall - such as a light switch

-make a "triangle" with your thumbs and pointer fingers

-hold your hands out at arms length and look through the "triangle" at the object and allow your eyes to bring it into focus

-close your left eye leaving your right eye open

-look at it with both eyes again and let it come back into focus

-now repeat doing the opposite. close your right eye leaving your left eye open

you'll be able to quickly determine which eye is your dominant eye



Verified Member
Mar 19, 2007
miller actually its a way to test your "vision center"
to the op
use masking tape from the spot to the rail
then in the same line on the rail
use a laser to guide you to draw a straight line on the 2 pieces of tape
ie the one on the table and the one on the rail
you now have a straight line with a step off
you could do the same with a piece of paper and a book
what you need is a straight line with a step off
hope this helps