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Old 08-27-2019, 08:53 PM
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Default Ghost vs. Pat 36 wwyd?

That last wwyd had a lot of real nice offensive choices available - this one, not so much...

My shot --- my pocket is at the bottom left --- Ghost ahead 1-0 --- I sure do like my dead 9-14 combination and I don't want Pat abusing it but unfortunately my options here are pretty limited --- the cueball is a hair off of the rail --- --- so wwyd? ----->
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Old 08-27-2019, 09:12 PM
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take an intentional.

Kick one rail long to the head rail behind the 5 and end up having the CB rest near the side pocket protecting your combo.
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Old 08-27-2019, 09:24 PM
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take an intentional.

Kick one rail long to the head rail behind the 5 and end up having the CB rest near the side pocket protecting your combo.
Except Chris, from near the side pocket, he could cut the 6 in.
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Old 08-27-2019, 09:30 PM
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no offensive shot?

one rail up and down table to hit the 10 on the noggin. that 15 ball has a few ways to go and its a game winning shot if you arent spastic and cant hit the 10.

if you dont make a ball he doesnt have too much.

pat is getting too smart for his britches so lay that one on him and give him the shakes for the rest of the match.
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Old 08-27-2019, 09:39 PM
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Except Chris, from near the side pocket, he could cut the 6 in.
it looked like too extreme of a cut from the pic but I believe you, but even if he shoots it he may get 1 and push everything to my side and if he misses..u win
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Old 08-27-2019, 09:59 PM
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That last wwyd had a lot of real nice offensive choices available - this one, not so much...

My shot --- my pocket is at the bottom left --- Ghost ahead 1-0 --- I sure do like my dead 9-14 combination and I don't want Pat abusing it but unfortunately my options here are pretty limited --- the cueball is a hair off of the rail --- --- so wwyd? ----->
Tough one. I'd probably send the cue on the natural 3-rail path to my pocket, which is conveniently lined up with the back of the 5 ball. Go long/short/long and behind the 5. Reasonably large target zone to not sell out. Before I did that, I'd at least think about a very soft kick to place the cue between the 1 and 4.

If the layout was a bit different, the reverse english kick to a 3-rail kick might be an aggressive option. But not here.
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Old 08-27-2019, 11:50 PM
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I really like Option 1 and not much can go wrong. Even if I miss the 6 he gets one and push the other ball towards my wired balls.

Option 2 also lays good but I like 1 because it's a good shot for me.
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Option 2..................................
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Old 08-28-2019, 02:56 AM
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That last wwyd had a lot of real nice offensive choices available - this one, not so much...

My shot --- my pocket is at the bottom left --- Ghost ahead 1-0 --- I sure do like my dead 9-14 combination and I don't want Pat abusing it but unfortunately my options here are pretty limited --- the cueball is a hair off of the rail --- --- so wwyd? ----->
to me...best % shot it to lag it and owe one. best you can to do to get him above third diamond on his long rail.


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