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Old 10-07-2019, 01:42 PM
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No one picked this shot seems kinda natural to me, if you get lucky and make you might get a few.

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If you can get the shot to shorten up and take the route you diagrammed then it's an option to consider, a little too aggressive for my liking. I like Franks option with banking the 9ball with right English to kill the cue ball and have the cue ball end up near the side rail up table on the shooters side.

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Old 10-07-2019, 01:46 PM
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With the ball count advantage that my opponent has he will try to protect that lead and not take a chance with a long shot if I can position that bank shot near my hole. He will most like play off that ball. Maybe on my next turn I will have a better opportunity. This might be my choice using right English.
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This would be my choice applying pressure on my opponent and playing a good cue ball leaving distance.

Very tough situation for the shooter to negotiate from, at least with this option you pretty much know what you're giving up and then you can deal with the results.

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