I agree with this shot. I am just glancing off the 14 to push it to the rail and going all the way up undereath the ball near his pocket. I plan on moving that ball by his hole in 1 of the next 2 turns at the table.I've got a 5/0 lead, I'll rub off the 14ball and leave the CB near his pocket.
Ideally, I'd leave it at the pocket; preferably at the short rail allowing room for the 1 ball to pass if useful later. If it was potted, I'd just have to decide what to play after seeing exactly how the CB came to rest on the 4.What if you make the 14?
Yes, looking at it hard(er), it does seem so. In this case the lock-up on the 4 is what's critical.14 looks to bank at the cluster and not to your hole and no angle to get it to snuggle up.