List books in category Sports / Pool, Billiards, Snooker

  • Complete Book of Snooker Shots

    Complete Book of Snooker Shots
    David Horrix

    The Complete Book of Snooker Shots will increase your knowledge of the shots that you can play from various positions on the table and so will – with practice – improve your game. This book will help not only players wishing to increase their knowledge, but also parents and professional coaches wishing to add structure to training sessions. Enjoy increasing your understanding of the game of snooker, and enjoy improving your knowledge. Packed with hundreds of individual shots to practice, this practical guide will be of great interest to all players wishing to increase their knowledge as well as parents and professional coaches, and is fully illustrated with 350 colour images.

  • 101 Things You May Not Have Known About Snooker

    101 Things You May Not Have Known About Snooker
    John DT White

    Are you a snooker fan? Do you play regularly? Are you familiar with the rules and terminology of snooker? Would you like to know more about the professional players who make the game look so easy? If you answered yes to any of these questions you won’t want to be without 101 Things You May Not Have Known About Snooker. Do you know how snooker got its name, who is the only player so far to have won the world title at junior, amateur and professional level or which five players have achieved a maximum 147 break at the World Professional Snooker Championships? This fascinating new book has the answers, along with everything you ever wanted to know about snooker, including all the top snooker players past and present, their nicknames, history of the game, championship winners and losers and much more. This book is a must-have for all those who enjoy watching or taking part in this game of skill and would like to learn more about the professional circuit.

  • The Ultimate Book of Darts: A Complete Guide to Games, Gear, Terms, and Rules

    The Ultimate Book of Darts: A Complete Guide to Games, Gear, Terms, and Rules
    Anne Kramer

    Share in the euphoria that comes of the “kill shot” by learning the skills and techniques required to play a great game of darts. From the history of the sport to choosing the right type of equipment, The Ultimate Book of Darts is written in an accessible style that is perfect for both novices and seasoned professionals. Dart throwing is now a global phenomenon with new players emerging every day. This amazing sport demands remarkable precision and an agile mind from its competitors. Learn the rules for playing team games and tips for improving your score and ability for more advanced competitions.Author Anne Kramer focuses on the mechanics of dart throwing by discussing the pros and cons of various stances, such as toes square to the line versus one foot behind the other. This guide emphasizes good form over accuracy. If you develop good form, the accuracy will follow. Aside from mechanics this book also discusses the necessary equipment from types of darts to board materials, dimensions, and mounting. Whether you’re an expert marksman who competes in a pub league or a guy who just enjoys throwing sharp objects, this is the go-to guide to a longstanding and fun tradition.

  • Pool and Billiards For Dummies

    Pool and Billiards For Dummies
    Nicholas Leider

    Practical, step-by-step tips for players of all levels From Snooker to Carom to good-old-fashioned 8- or 9-Ball, Pool & Billiards For Dummies reveals the tips, tricks, and rules of play, covering the variety of the ever-popular games that make up pool and billiards. This hands-on guide discusses everything from the rules and strategies of the games to how to set up a pool room to choosing the right equipment, and is accompanied by dozens of photos and line drawings. See how hard to hit the cue ball and where to hit it, the angle to hold the cue stick and how much chalk to use, how to use a bridge, and how to put spin on the ball Includes advanced pool techniques and trick shots for the seasoned pool sharp With Pool & Billiards For Dummies, even a novice can play like a champion!

  • The Black Widow s Guide to Killer Pool: Become the Player to Beat

    The Black Widow’s Guide to Killer Pool: Become the Player to Beat
    Jeanette Lee

    Pool-playing legend Jeanette Lee–"the Black Widow," who wears only black during tournaments and devours her opponents–explains every aspect of playing to win, from holding the cue to performing combination, kiss, and trick shots. Lee shows wannabe winners of every level how to compete intelligently, lose gracefully, win frequently, stay focused, and achieve goals in the face of seemingly insurmountable obstacles. This hip, engaging guide to the game is designed to turn you into the player to beat–in basements, bar leagues, local tournaments, and beyond.

  • Alex Higgins: Snooker Legend: Eye of the Hurricane

    Alex Higgins: Snooker Legend: Eye of the Hurricane
    J Hennessey

    When Alex Higgins' first manager, John McLaughlin, bestowed the nickname 'Hurricane Higgins' on the young, feisty snooker player he had no idea just how apt it was to prove over the next thirty years. Eye of the Hurricane details a sad but uplifting story of a man who had everything to play for but now has to play hard for anything he can get. It describes Higgins, sitting fitfully on snooker's sidelines, still has a story to tell, another controversy to spark. Author John Hennessey promises a 'wart and all' account of Alex Higgin's life and that is precisely what he delivers in this thoroughly absorbing book. . . well-told but cautionary tale of how narr ow the line is between genius and insanity 'This first proper account of Higgin's life is all the more clear-eyed for being written without his co-operation.

  • Snooker and Billiards: Skills - Tactics - Techniques - Second Edition

    Snooker and Billiards: Skills – Tactics – Techniques – Second Edition
    Clive Everton

    Crowood Sports Guides are the perfect tool for anyone wanting to improve their performance, from beginners learning the basic skills to more experienced participants working on advanced techniques. In this second edition of Snooker & Billiards – Skills, Tactics Techniques, the history of the game is covered along with the rules of the game; choosing the right equipment and top tips from many of the game's great players. All the skills and techniques are explained clearly with full-colour sequence photography and detailed table diagrams help explain more advanced tactics such as breakbuilding and safety play. Aimed at beginners taking up the game for the first time, false beginners wanting to revise their technique and also more experienced players looking to further develop their tactics. Superbly illustrated with 65 colour images in sequence photography and 108 table diagrams.

  • 101 Things You May Not Have Known About Snooker

    101 Things You May Not Have Known About Snooker
    John DT White

    Are you a snooker fan? Do you play regularly? Are you familiar with the rules and terminology of snooker? Would you like to know more about the professional players who make the game look so easy? If you answered yes to any of these questions you won’t want to be without 101 Things You May Not Have Known About Snooker. Do you know how snooker got its name, who is the only player so far to have won the world title at junior, amateur and professional level or which five players have achieved a maximum 147 break at the World Professional Snooker Championships? This fascinating new book has the answers, along with everything you ever wanted to know about snooker, including all the top snooker players past and present, their nicknames, history of the game, championship winners and losers and much more. This book is a must-have for all those who enjoy watching or taking part in this game of skill and would like to learn more about the professional circuit.

  • Billiards in the Twentieth Century

    Billiards in the Twentieth Century
    Riso Levi

    This antiquarian volume contains a guide to billiards written by the premiere twentieth-century authority on the subject; Riso Levi. This accessible book contains a wealth of information that would be of considerable utility to the modern snooker or pool enthusiast, and will be of special interest to collectors of antiquarian sporting literature. The chapters of this volume include: “The Manufacture of Tables”, “Great Players I Have Watched”, “Professionals versus Amateurs”, “Billiards for Woman”, “A Billiards-Table Problem”, “An Astonishing Feat with Billiard Balls”, “A Challenge from Willie Smith and my Reply”, “A Hundred in Four Minutes”, “Composition Ball”, etcetera. We are republishing this vintage book now in an affordable, modern, high quality edition – complete with a specially commissioned new introduction on billiards, pool, and snooker.

  • Me and the Table - My Autobiography

    Me and the Table – My Autobiography
    Stephen Hendry

    STEPHEN HENDRY became the youngest professional snooker player in 1985 aged 16 and, in 1990, he was the youngest ever snooker World Champion, at the age of 21.Widely regarded by fans and pundits alike as one of the greatest of all times in the sport, over a 27-year career, Hendry went on to win the World Championship seven times, and was snooker's world number one for eight consecutive seasons between 1990 and 1998. Hendry retired in 2012 with a record-breaking seven World Champion titles under his belt, a record that remains to this day. Now, he's ready to tell his life story for the first time – from a childhood spent climbing the ranks of the sport, through the highs of the 90s and lows of the 2000s, to his life now as a sports pundit and commentator.With an insight into the life of the man behind the cue, and what made him such a top-class player, this is the definitive autobiography of the legend that is, Stephen Hendry.

  • Pool Billiard Workout PAT Level 3: Includes the official WPA playing ability test - For second league to worldclass players

    Pool Billiard Workout PAT Level 3: Includes the official WPA playing ability test – For second league to worldclass players
    Ralph Eckert

    This 78 page ring-bound book is written by Ralph Eckert, Jorgen Sandman, and Andreas Huber. As a training workbook it is used and recommended by the European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF) as well as the World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA). It includes the official WPA Playing Ability Test (PAT) for advanced to world class players and is far more advanced than the first Pool Billiard Workout and considerably more advanced than the second. There is a section devoted to Technique Training and a third on Training Games. Are you world class yet? Take the Playing Ability Test for LEVEL 3 and find out.

  • Pool Billiard Workout PAT Level 2: Includes the official WPA playing ability test - For intermediate players

    Pool Billiard Workout PAT Level 2: Includes the official WPA playing ability test – For intermediate players
    Ralph Eckert

    This ring-bound workbook includes the official World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA) Playing Ability Test (PAT) for intermediate players. At 72 pages this is more advanced than the first POOL BILLIARD WORKOUT and very well organized and designed. The second half is devoted to Technique Training and will help you put together effective short, mid, and long term training programs. There are additional exercises and training games to record your personal performances and help prepare you to take the Playing Ability Test for LEVEL 2. How do you really rank!

  • Basic Defense and Safety Fundamentals for Pool and Pocket Billiards

    Basic Defense and Safety Fundamentals for Pool and Pocket Billiards
    Allan P. Sand

    There are two classes of pool players in the world.The serious shooter is dedicated to finding ways to gain better control how thecue ball rolls around the table. Most players enjoy pool because, well – it’sfun! This book is written for you guys.This is an introduction to the idea that defensiveshooting is just as important as offensive shooting. Here is something toremember: there are no rules that require you to play stupid shots. When youhave a table layout with a shot that is too tough, you really do not have tofigure out some crazy way that the object ball MIGHT (maybe) get to adesignated pocket.How about this as a simple solution? DON’T try to makethe shot. Instead, shoot something that prevents your opponent from winning thegame.If you do this, your opponent has a difficultsituation. You can let him invent silly reasons to miss. You come back to thetable with a good chance to win (or get closer to a win). Let him play alloffense all the time. You play a few safeties and let him give you theopportunity to win.When this book falls into your hands, there is stuffyou can use immediately. Besides the tips, there are techniques, exercises, anda few tricks that help you win more games. Yes, you can even use these to beatbetter shooters. Consider this book to be the digest version of theSafety Toolbox. A couple of hours of study, combined with some practice tabletime, and you are suddenly a tougher shooter. Let your opponents use the bar-banger style of callingfantastic hero shots, such as, “5 ball, four rails, off the 7 and into the sidepocket.” This book will add some competitive maturity to your playing style. I don’t need towish you good luck. This book and some of your time is all you need to beginwinning more games. And here’s a useful benefit from the book – you don’t haveto outshoot your opponent. Simply prevent him from winning.

  • The Target Ball Concept

    The Target Ball Concept
    Robin E. Kelly

    This book is designed to give players that are having difficulty with consistency, consistent easy ways to learn the shots in pool through a new perspective in shot making that works very well. This perspective is a reference that is the same for every shot on the table becoming a key part of developing the players depth perception which allows him to achieve higher levels in the game of pool. The technique is a simple 3 step process that is exceptional to learn to play shots by. This material was so strong for playing pool that immediately after this writing the author was able to reverse engineer the process of playing Pool with Side Spin which is featured in the 2nd book in this series The Flight of the Cue Ball. Players who are serious about their games or just love the game, should not be without the books in this series. The Aiming Techniques in this series are new and original material unpublished anywhere else. They are easy to learn and crystal clear to understand leading to excellence in the game of Pool.

  • Advanced Cue Ball Control Self-Testing Program - Reality Checks for Dedicated Pool and Pocket Billiards Players: Break-through Reality Checks for Dedicated Players

    Advanced Cue Ball Control Self-Testing Program – Reality Checks for Dedicated Pool and Pocket Billiards Players: Break-through Reality Checks for Dedicated Players
    Allan P. Sand

    If you think (or want to think) you are an “A” player, this book will either prove you are as good as you think – or demonstrate that you need to work harder. These series of layouts require excellent pocketing skills – and strong positioning abilities.For shooters who are seriously striving to reach that level, this book is a critical part of your training regimen. The sequence of these layouts either confirms your ability, or demonstrates a weakness that needs to be fixed. Every layout requires that you make the ball – then get into position for the next ball.Every layout shows the positions of the cue ball, 1 ball, and 2 ball. You only need to pocket the one ball, and then the two ball – very simple and easy to understand. But, these are not ordinary problems, every starting position for the cue ball and 1 ball was a problem facing a professional player in national and international competitions.Study this material in two steps. In the comfort of your home, review the layout, and carefully consider your options. How can you solve the problem? What speed and spin is needed? Are there multiple solutions? Write down your ideas. Then, take this to the practice table, and see if your solutions are possible. Learn from your failures, and make adjustments.And, once you learn how, repeat several times. It is very important that you can consistently make every ball. This book will be a challenge to your abilities, a source of many frustrations, and the joyful experiences of successful accomplishments.Enjoy the challenge and the satisfaction of success!++++++++++++Some information on how this book was developed.After I wrote the popular “Cue Ball Control Cheat Sheets” book, several friends who are serious players, wanted something more difficult.Most billiard books and videos are for average players. There are very few books for advanced players. They wanted a significant challenge to their skills. This is that book.First, hundreds of hours of competitive matches were reviewed. Several hundred shots were selected. After a series of tests with strong “A” players, the system in this book was designed.

  • Simply the Best: A Biography of Ronnie O Sullivan

    Simply the Best: A Biography of Ronnie O’Sullivan
    Clive Everton

    Ronnie O'Sullivan's status as one of snooker's all-time greats was cemented in 2017 by adding to his five world titles, a seventh Masters and sixth UK, thus equalling Stephen Hendry's 18 'triple crown' triumphs. Now is the perfect time for his story to be told by Clive Everton – 'The Voice of Snooker'. Simply the Best traces Ronnie's course from carefree junior prodigy to deeply troubled and depressed adult, and so to maturity and self-knowledge. Along the way, he emerges as instinctively warm-hearted, the most loyal of sons and a true sportsman in his acceptance of defeat. Even so, full consideration is given to Ronnie's mistakes in a rounded portrait of one of snooker's most fascinating, complicated and successful characters.

  • Running: The Autobiography

    Running: The Autobiography
    Ronnie O’Sullivan

    World Snooker Champion Ronnie O'Sullivan's frank and honest account of his astonishingly dramatic life.I used to rely on drugs and alcohol to keep me going, but now I've got the healthiest addiction going – running.This book explains how running has helped me to fight my demons – my addictive personality, depression, my dad's murder conviction, the painful break-up with the mother of my children – and allowed me to win five World Snooker Championships.It is also about all of the great things in my life – my kids, snooker, my dad's release from prison, great mates who have helped me, and the psychiatrist Dr Steve Peters, who has taught me how not to run away when things get tough.Finally, it's about what it's like to get the buzz – from running, from snooker, from life. Because when it comes down to it, everyone needs something to drive them on.

  • 147 Snooker Drills and Exercises

    147 Snooker Drills and Exercises
    Andrew Highfield

    147 Snooker Drills and Exercises will help players of all standards to improve their game. It presents a range of practice routines that covers all aspects of a player's game. Some are more advanced than others, allowing the player working on a particular area of their game to pick out the exercises they feel will help them most. The routines become more difficult as the book progresses, so the beginner can work through them and use them to set targets to make their practice competitive. For coaches, the routines will assist in giving variety in lessons and helping to set targets in lessons. Fully illustrated with 147 colour images.

  • Pool Billiard Workout PAT Start: Includes preliminary stage of the official WPA playing ability test - For beginners to advanced beginners

    Pool Billiard Workout PAT Start: Includes preliminary stage of the official WPA playing ability test – For beginners to advanced beginners
    Jorgen Sandmann

    This ring-bound workbook is written by Ralph Eckert, Jorgen Sandman, and Andreas Huber and is used and recommended by the European Pocket Billiard Federation (EBPF) as well as The World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA). It includes the official WPA Playing Ability Test (PAT) for beginners to intermediate players.

  • PAT-Snooker Vol. 1: A Systematic Approach to Practice

    PAT-Snooker Vol. 1: A Systematic Approach to Practice
    Thomas Hein

    Pat Snooker offers a number of modular exercises that help players develop their individual snooker skills and monitor their progress continuously. Players now have the opportunity to diagnose their own performance. The difficulty of the exercises is increased gradually, creating a linear structure for individual practice. Practice exercises, performance monitoring and results control are solid foundations for improvement and enjoyable practice. Performance can be monitored either by taking the relevant tests for each individual level (symbolized by the colours of the snooker balls) or by comparing results with other players on the internet platform. PAT Snooker (PAT = Playing Ability Test) is a system to test your snooker skills that lets you compare your own performance against that of other players all over the world. You can assess your own performance and skills. This volume explains the white, red, yellow and green levels. Expert advice provided by the author helps you carry out the exercises.

  • Interesting: My Autobiography

    Interesting: My Autobiography
    Steve Davis

    Steve Davis was just a rookie from Plumstead, south London, learning how to play from an old book his snooker-obsessed father had given him, when an encounter with Barry Hearn changed his life forever. With his backing, Steve began touring the country in a clapped-out car as an amateur. Challenging established professionals and winning titles, supported by his loyal following the Romford Roar, it wasn’t long before he progressed to the world’s stage.By the eighties, Steve had helped transform a previously shady sport into a national obsession. He and a cast of legends such as Ray Reardon, Dennis Taylor and Alex Higgins, with other young guns like Jimmy White, were doing silent battle in front of huge audiences. Tens of millions of viewers would witness the nail-biting conclusions of his world championship finals; this was snooker’s golden era.The man behind the ‘boring’ tag has always been the sport’s smartest and sharpest man. With his cool, obsessive approach, Steve rewrote the rule book and became untouchably the best player in the world and the best paid sportsman in the country. Interesting lays it all bare: what it was like to win in those pressure-cooker situations; how to cope at the top, when everyone wants you to lose; and how you deal with the moment when a man comes along who is finally better than you. This is a memoir that closely evokes the smoke-filled atmosphere of those arenas, the intrigue behind the scenes and the personal psychology and sacrifice that is required to stay at the top of such an exacting sport.

  • Black Farce and Cue Ball Wizards: The Inside Story of the Snooker World

    Black Farce and Cue Ball Wizards: The Inside Story of the Snooker World
    Clive Everton

    Throughout its chequered history, snooker has had more than its fair share of heroes and villains, champions and chumps, rascals and rip-off artists. In the last 20 years, every sleazy scandal imaginable has attached itself to this raffish sport: corruption, match fixing, bribery, sex, recreational drugs, performance-enhancing drugs, ballot rigging, fraud, theft, domestic violence, common-or-garden violence, paranoid politicking, dirty tricks – all against a background of inept petty tsars fixated on the pursuit, retention and abuse of power. In Black Farce and Cue Ball Wizards, Clive Everton recounts the glory and despair, the dreams and disillusion, and the treachery and greed that have characterised the game since it was invented as an innocent diversion by British Army officers in India in the nineteenth century. He tells the true and unexpurgated tale of snooker's transformation into a television success story second only to football and exposes how its potential has been shamefully squandered.

  • Snooker s World Champions: Masters of the Baize

    Snooker’s World Champions: Masters of the Baize
    Luke Williams

    The top snooker players in the world compete for several trophies every year, but one carries more prestige than all the others put together – the World Championship. No other tournament in the sport carries with it so much history, so many golden moments of spectacular success and dramatic failure. Meticulously researched and including exclusive interview material with Steve Davis, Stephen Hendry and 2005 world champion Shaun Murphy, among others, Masters of the Baize is a comprehensive guide to the men who have lifted the greatest prize in snooker. From the legendary Joe Davis, the first champion in 1927, to modern-day masters like Mark Williams, all the sport's world champions are put under the microscope, while the colourful careers of forgotten figures such as Walter Donaldson and John Pulman and rogue heroes like Alex Higgins and Ronnie O'Sullivan are brought vividly to life. After uncovering the inauspicious origins of the game in nineteenth-century India, the authors examine every former world champion in his own comprehensive chapter. Additionally, a special section focuses on the extraordinary popularity of Jimmy White, by far the greatest player never to have won the title and one of the most emotive names in the sport.

  • PAT Snooker Vol.2: A Systematic Approach to Practice

    PAT Snooker Vol.2: A Systematic Approach to Practice
    Thomas Hein

    The difficulty of the exercises is increased gradually, creating a linear structure for individual practice. Practice exercises, performance monitoring and results control are solid foundations for improvement and enjoyable practice. Performance can be monitored either by taking the relevant tests for each individual level (symbolized by the colours of the snooker balls) or by comparing results with other players on the internet platform. PAT Snooker (PAT = Playing Ability Test) is a system to test your snooker skills that lets you compare your own performance against that of other players all over the world. You can assess your own performance and skills. This volume explains the brown, blue, pink and black levels. Expert advice provided by the author helps you carry out the exercises.

  • The Snooker Quiz Book: 250 Questions on Snooker History

    The Snooker Quiz Book: 250 Questions on Snooker History
    Kevin Snelgrove

    Do you enjoy a game of snooker? Are you familiar with the names of the professional players, past and present? Do you follow the Championships and watch all of the big matches on TV? If so, The Snooker Quiz Book is just what you need to put your knowledge to the test. What year was the Snooker World Championship established? Who was the winner of the 1978 UK Championship? When the world rankings were introduced in 1976 who was ranked number one? The answers to all these questions and more can be found in this exciting new book. With 250 questions on the players, their opponents, tournaments, scores and champions, as well as a brilliant ‘pot luck’ section there is something for everyone. This quiz book is packed with information and will appeal to anyone with an interest in snooker from the occasional player to the professional. So, whether you just want to have fun with family and friends or find out more about your favourite sport this is a must-have book for snooker fans of all ages.

  • John Virgo: Say Goodnight, JV - My Autobiography

    John Virgo: Say Goodnight, JV – My Autobiography
    John Virgo

    Famous for his hilarious impersonations of snooker's biggest stars, JV is a household name thanks to his razor-sharp BBC Snooker commentary and the much-loved quiz show Big Break.A fascinating insight into British sporting life, taking readers from John's childhood in Salford, through smoky snooker dens, to tournaments and championships all over the world, as he relives travelling on Concorde, rubbing shoulders with royalty and much more.Admiringly nicknamed 'Mr Perfection', John tells how he overcame adversity to become UK champion, yet also reveals how gambling wrecked his dreams of becoming World Champion, and almost bankrupted him.An affectionate reminder of a time when Britain – and sport – took themselves a little less seriously.

  • Old School Pool

    Old School Pool
    Ron Cerelli

    LEARN IT ALL! ENGLISH _ ASSEESSING THE TABLE _ BANK SHOTS _ ETIQUETT E _ POSITION _ FOLLOW FREEZE _ CREATE AN ANGLE _ CONTROLLING THE CUE _ SAFES _ FROZEN RA IL SHOTS _ THE CUE BALL _ OVER, PERFECT, UNDER _ THROW SHOTS _ SHOOT, DONT SHOOT _ SLIDE DRA W _ AND MUCH, MUCH , MORE!

  • Behind The White Ball

    Behind The White Ball
    Jimmy White

    After Hurricane Higgins crashed out of snooker's top league, Jimmmy White has been the `People's Champion' even though he never quite made the top World spot, pipped at the post in 1995 by Stephen Hendry, after missing one single black. Aged 16, White was the youngest player to win the English Amateur Championship. At 18, he won the World Amateur title. By 1984, he's a professional success, married but not at all settled. He's the kind of man who goes out for a packet of cigarettes and comes home two weeks later. Gambling, women, marathon binges with showbiz friends like Ron Wood of the Rolling Stones, have threatened the stability of his marriage. But somehow White has survived, to tell in candid detail, a most unusual, often outrageous story of a very sporting life.

  • How To Play Pool: A Beginner’s Guide to Learning Pool, Billiards, 8 Ball, 9 Ball, & Snooker

    How To Play Pool: A Beginner’s Guide to Learning Pool, Billiards, 8 Ball, 9 Ball, & Snooker
    Tim Ander

    Take Your Pool Skills to the Next Level and Win Big! Inside How to Play Pool, you’ll discover the rules for many popular variations of the game: Eight-Ball Nine-Ball One-Pocket and Snooker With this book, you can strengthen your pool game with the right posture, physics, and geometry. You’ll learn to execute many different types of shots, such as straight, angled, and spin shots. For example, you’ll learn to combine top/back with left/right spin and get all kinds of impressive results! How to Play Pool explains how you can use your cunning to plan ahead and out-strategize your opponents. You’ll find out why to use just the right amount of force to avoid reflections and “own” pockets. By targeting clumps of balls, you can set yourself up for a great endgame layout. If you pay close attention to the cue ball’s trajectory after it hits the target ball, you’ll set yourself up for shot after easy shot. With these simple and powerful pool-playing tips and techniques, you’ll dominate the table – and the competition! You’ll even learn how to pull off a variety of crowd-pleasing trick shots: Pocketing the Eight-Ball on the Break Jumping Over Obstacles Sinking the 4-in-a-Line Shot Don’t wait – Take the plunge and become a pool shark today with How to Play Pool! It’s fast and easy to order – just scroll up and click the BUY NOW WITH ONE CLICK button on the right-hand side of your screen.