10-6-5 combo is enticing. Have to be sure not to scratch,off the 2,or 12,or straight in
If it looks like a rash, I am simply 2 railing the 13 out floating whitey down. Scott is desperate.Keep him gasping for air.
I think I like the one rail straight back (passover, if trying to clip the 10) on the two because it's laying good for putting the cue ball on the 14. I don't see a way to be offensive and still control the cue ball. If I can get the two to clip the 10 or hit half the 11 on the way up that's better yet as long as I can put the cue ball very close to the bottom rail.
The first thing I saw was the 3 ball combo like unoperro and rod suggested but if I can see the 6 clean like Doc pointed out, I like that shot a lot better because I can stroke it, draw the ball to his long rail and get behind those balls on the end rail.
Even if I miss and he can play a safety off the 12 I think its a good risk vs reward because if you make it you may run out. If you miss, I don't see where you are selling out a shot but you may give him an easy defensive shot.
Renegade, I could be wrong but I don't see how you can keep the CB down behind the 1/14 if you are thinning the 2 and shooting it hard enough to get anywhere close to the 15.