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Old 11-21-2018, 12:53 PM
jerry matchin jerry matchin is offline
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It was mentioned that my suggestion to take an intentional scratch would result in my opponent putting me right back where I was is a good point. My logic is that having control of the ball layout favors me and with me going for the intentional scratch doesn't change my position. In fact it increases my favorability in this game. OK so he put me back with his intentional and maybe he didn't get it just right and left me with some other options I didn't have on my first shot. That's what I want and I might end up with a great shot. By the way, it is no easy task for my opponent to kick blind jacked up back the same location.
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Old 11-22-2018, 02:52 AM
beatle beatle is online now
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jerry with the cueball close to the rail and that angle i dont think most players can get the cueball to snug into those two balls.

and if you dont get it there he can maybe bank some thing or clear out all your good stuff. the risk reward isnt there for me at least.
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Old 11-23-2018, 06:57 PM
Jim McCary Jim McCary is offline
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I would have to 2 rail the 12 leaving the cb in the corner. The 12 has a chance to hit the 8 and maybe go or push the 8 to the pocket.. I have trouble with Jerry's shot because I would have a problem with controlling the speed of the shot, but shoot the 2 railer all the time with confidence.

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