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Efren Reyes / Amit (PHI) - Chen 陈思明 / Li 李赫文 (CHN) ● SEMIFINAL ● World Mixed Doubles 2011

Efren Bata Reyes / Rubilen Amit (PHI) - Chen Siming 陈思明 / Li Hewen 李赫文 (CHN) ● SEMIFINAL ● World Mixed Doubles 2011
Hangzhou
Zhejiang Province
China
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Pool, also more formally known as pocket billiards (mostly in North America) or pool billiards[1] (mostly in Europe and Australia), is the family of cue sports and games played on a pool table having six receptacles called pockets along the rails, into which balls are deposited as the main goal of play. Popular versions include eight-ball and nine-ball. An obsolete term for pool is six-pocket.[2]

There are hundreds of pool games. Some of the more well known include eight-ball, nine-ball, ten-ball, straight pool, one-pocket and bank pool.

There are also hybrid games combining aspects of both pool and carom billiards, such as American four-ball billiards, cowboy pool and bottle pool.

As a competitive sport, pool is governed internationally by the World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA), which has multi-national, regional affiliates comprising the All Africa Pool Association (AAPA), Asian Pocket Billiard Union (APBU, including the Middle East), Billiard Congress of America (BCA, Canada and the US), Confederation Panamerica of Billiards (CPB, Latin America and Caribbean), European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF, including Russia and the Near East), and Oceania Pocket Billiard Association (OPBA, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific islands) The WPA represents pool in the World Confederation of Billiard Sports, which in turn represents all forms of cue sports (including carom billiards and snooker) in the International Olympic Committee.

Cue and Tip Testing for Cue Ball Deflection (Squirt)



This video shows the results of CB deflection (or squirt) testing for various shafts and tips of different hardnesses and sizes.

The video also shows a simple testing procedure that anybody can do on their own to test any cues or tips without any special equipment.

Here's the printable rail ruler template:


For more information about the topics in the video, see:



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Efren Bata Reyes - Pan Xiao Ting. 9-ball. Guangzhou Expo 2006. 4/4#2016-November

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Pool, also more formally known as pocket billiards (mostly in North America) or pool billiards[1] (mostly in Europe and Australia), is the family of cue sports and games played on a pool table having six receptacles called pockets along the rails, into which balls are deposited as the main goal of play. Popular versions include eight-ball and nine-ball. An obsolete term for pool is six-pocket.[2]

There are hundreds of pool games. Some of the more well known include eight-ball, nine-ball, ten-ball, straight pool, one-pocket and bank pool.

There are also hybrid games combining aspects of both pool and carom billiards, such as American four-ball billiards, cowboy pool and bottle pool.

As a competitive sport, pool is governed internationally by the World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA), which has multi-national, regional affiliates comprising the All Africa Pool Association (AAPA), Asian Pocket Billiard Union (APBU, including the Middle East), Billiard Congress of America (BCA, Canada and the US), Confederation Panamerica of Billiards (CPB, Latin America and Caribbean), European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF, including Russia and the Near East), and Oceania Pocket Billiard Association (OPBA, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific islands) The WPA represents pool in the World Confederation of Billiard Sports, which in turn represents all forms of cue sports (including carom billiards and snooker) in the International Olympic Committee.

Understanding Cue Ball Deflection and English

Deflection is a pool and billiard term used to describe what happens when a pool player strikes the cue ball outside of the vertical axis in order to create left or right spin. To help you understand this concept we got some help from one of the greatest spinners of the cue ball, Florian Venom Kohler, to break it down for us.

For more infromation and helpful graphics check out this article:
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Drill 83 excerpt from the workbook "104 Training Drills" by PoolShot.org

This book of 138 pages contains all the exercises practiced in school billiard I deal with my club, and this over an entire season or about 10 months.
This workout book contains 104 exercises about Cut Shots, Follow Shots, Draw Shots, Bank Shots, Kick Shots, Position Control, Aiming Systems, Combo Shots, Carom Shots, Safety Shots, Run Out, Training Games and Pool Ability Tests.
There are in order of difficulty and in chronological order where we practiced them. 2-3 exercises per week is a good pace. The average time is 30 minutes per exercise. If we do not succeed fully in those 30 minutes, it is better to move on and come back another day on exercise which would not have been fully understood or realized. Each session should be fun, so no overdose.
An exercise is considered successful when the score achieved reached the number mentioned as the Target. Recording scores will help to measure skill progress. It is advisable to practice the exercises in order of the book pages.

Some exercises were videotaped and you can view videos on PoolShot.org Youtube Channel


All exercises can be practiced on Blackball table with Red and Yellow Balls or on Pool Table with Solid and Striped Balls. You can replace Red Balls with Solid Balls and Yellow Balls with Striped Balls and vice versa.

The PoolShot Aiming Protactor is NOT included in this book. It is included in the 103 Training Drills Book.

All drawings have been designed with PoolShot software downloadable at

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The Woodshot - why the follow-draw whipshot is not a whipshot!

I create this video to prove the monsterstroke performed by Chris Woodrum is not a whipshot but a double hit.
To do it, I had to learn it at first. Although it is a foul, it's a pretty interesting shot. The stroke itself is not so demanding as it seem but requires perfection in aiming point.
The high speed clip in the video is shooted @1200 fps with filming plane perfectly parallel to the CB-OB axis. With a frame by frame analysis I've observed there are multiple hits between cue tip and cue ball. The 2nd hit occur at a very small fraction of a second after the first one. This 2nd hit is crucial for the success of the shot and must happen in a safe point on the CB to avoid CB's squirt and give the required draw effect.
I think I'll be calling this kind of stroke the Woodshot --instead of Whipshot--.
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Efren "Bata" Reyes / Rubilen Amit vs Zhou Doudou / Wang Can ● 2011 World Mixed Doubles#2016#2016

Efren Bata Reyes / Rubilen Amit vs Zhou Doudou / Wang Can ● 2011 World Mixed Doubles

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Pool, also more formally known as pocket billiards (mostly in North America) or pool billiards[1] (mostly in Europe and Australia), is the family of cue sports and games played on a pool table having six receptacles called pockets along the rails, into which balls are deposited as the main goal of play. Popular versions include eight-ball and nine-ball. An obsolete term for pool is six-pocket.[2]

There are hundreds of pool games. Some of the more well known include eight-ball, nine-ball, ten-ball, straight pool, one-pocket and bank pool.

There are also hybrid games combining aspects of both pool and carom billiards, such as American four-ball billiards, cowboy pool and bottle pool.

As a competitive sport, pool is governed internationally by the World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA), which has multi-national, regional affiliates comprising the All Africa Pool Association (AAPA), Asian Pocket Billiard Union (APBU, including the Middle East), Billiard Congress of America (BCA, Canada and the US), Confederation Panamerica of Billiards (CPB, Latin America and Caribbean), European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF, including Russia and the Near East), and Oceania Pocket Billiard Association (OPBA, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific islands) The WPA represents pool in the World Confederation of Billiard Sports, which in turn represents all forms of cue sports (including carom billiards and snooker) in the International Olympic Committee.

Efren Reyes - Miyagi Ryoma 宮城龍馬 ● 10-ball ● 2013 Japan Open#2016-November

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Pool, also more formally known as pocket billiards (mostly in North America) or pool billiards[1] (mostly in Europe and Australia), is the family of cue sports and games played on a pool table having six receptacles called pockets along the rails, into which balls are deposited as the main goal of play. Popular versions include eight-ball and nine-ball. An obsolete term for pool is six-pocket.[2]

There are hundreds of pool games. Some of the more well known include eight-ball, nine-ball, ten-ball, straight pool, one-pocket and bank pool.

There are also hybrid games combining aspects of both pool and carom billiards, such as American four-ball billiards, cowboy pool and bottle pool.

As a competitive sport, pool is governed internationally by the World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA), which has multi-national, regional affiliates comprising the All Africa Pool Association (AAPA), Asian Pocket Billiard Union (APBU, including the Middle East), Billiard Congress of America (BCA, Canada and the US), Confederation Panamerica of Billiards (CPB, Latin America and Caribbean), European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF, including Russia and the Near East), and Oceania Pocket Billiard Association (OPBA, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific islands) The WPA represents pool in the World Confederation of Billiard Sports, which in turn represents all forms of cue sports (including carom billiards and snooker) in the International Olympic Committee.

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Meucci Black Dot Bullseye shaft and 314/2 shaft

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Asian Trickshots Masters - Chao/Yang vs Reyes/Bustamante

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Pool Championship 9-ball

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Pool, also more formally known as pocket billiards (mostly in North America) or pool billiards[1] (mostly in Europe and Australia), is the family of cue sports and games played on a pool table having six receptacles called pockets along the rails, into which balls are deposited as the main goal of play. Popular versions include eight-ball and nine-ball. An obsolete term for pool is six-pocket.[2]

There are hundreds of pool games. Some of the more well known include eight-ball, nine-ball, ten-ball, straight pool, one-pocket and bank pool.

There are also hybrid games combining aspects of both pool and carom billiards, such as American four-ball billiards, cowboy pool and bottle pool.

As a competitive sport, pool is governed internationally by the World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA), which has multi-national, regional affiliates comprising the All Africa Pool Association (AAPA), Asian Pocket Billiard Union (APBU, including the Middle East), Billiard Congress of America (BCA, Canada and the US), Confederation Panamerica of Billiards (CPB, Latin America and Caribbean), European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF, including Russia and the Near East), and Oceania Pocket Billiard Association (OPBA, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific islands) The WPA represents pool in the World Confederation of Billiard Sports, which in turn represents all forms of cue sports (including carom billiards and snooker) in the International Olympic Committee.

Expanding Basic Position Tangent Line, Top Spin (2 of 10)

How top spin on the cue ball bends it forward off the tangent line as explained by Pool expert Roger Long.

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Efren "Bata" Reyes vs Ralf Souquet. World Pool Masters 2002 Final. 9-Ball#2016-November

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Efren Bata Reyes vs Ralf Souquet. World Pool Masters 2002 Final. 9-Ball
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Pool, also more formally known as pocket billiards (mostly in North America) or pool billiards[1] (mostly in Europe and Australia), is the family of cue sports and games played on a pool table having six receptacles called pockets along the rails, into which balls are deposited as the main goal of play. Popular versions include eight-ball and nine-ball. An obsolete term for pool is six-pocket.[2]

There are hundreds of pool games. Some of the more well known include eight-ball, nine-ball, ten-ball, straight pool, one-pocket and bank pool.

There are also hybrid games combining aspects of both pool and carom billiards, such as American four-ball billiards, cowboy pool and bottle pool.

As a competitive sport, pool is governed internationally by the World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA), which has multi-national, regional affiliates comprising the All Africa Pool Association (AAPA), Asian Pocket Billiard Union (APBU, including the Middle East), Billiard Congress of America (BCA, Canada and the US), Confederation Panamerica of Billiards (CPB, Latin America and Caribbean), European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF, including Russia and the Near East), and Oceania Pocket Billiard Association (OPBA, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific islands) The WPA represents pool in the World Confederation of Billiard Sports, which in turn represents all forms of cue sports (including carom billiards and snooker) in the International Olympic Committee.

Shanelle Loraine - Most Hot 9-Ball Pool Player

Shanelle Loraine lived in florida but grew up in Guam, started playing pool in 2000 while attending the University of Central Florida. She worked at a Cigar Bar at the Amway Center. Some of the Orlando Magic basketball players would teach her the fundamentals of pool at the cigar bar. Loraine also played on the university’s pool team. Shanelle‘s ridiculousness on the pool table can be partly attributed to being coached by Charlie Williams and Wayne Catledge. She is also mentored by 3-cushion World Champion Semih Sayginer of Turkey. She has also recieved tips from

While her skills on the pool table are well known she is also known for being very beautiful and is often compared to Danica Patrick. Shanelle is a successfull model and her stunning looks are just as deadly as her pool skills. Unfortunately for all the single pool “players”, she is happily married.

In an interview with world champion Mika Immonen, Mika says Shanelle is “one of the cooleset, down to earth people I have ever met.

2009 – Women’s World 10-ball Championship Manilla, Philippines
2009 – Queen of Carom Seoul, Korea
2009 – Empress Cup Seoul, Korea

Shanelle is very popular on the “interwebs” . Surprisingly there is no Wikipedia entry for her. There are many pictures of her in a bikini but despite all the hopes and dreams of men all over the world she has not done any nude modeling. Shanelle is hot and classy and doesn’t need any type of naked scandal to disrupt her first love which is playing pool.

Super Billiard

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Pool, also more formally known as pocket billiards (mostly in North America) or pool billiards[1] (mostly in Europe and Australia), is the family of cue sports and games played on a pool table having six receptacles called pockets along the rails, into which balls are deposited as the main goal of play. Popular versions include eight-ball and nine-ball. An obsolete term for pool is six-pocket.[2]

There are hundreds of pool games. Some of the more well known include eight-ball, nine-ball, ten-ball, straight pool, one-pocket and bank pool.

There are also hybrid games combining aspects of both pool and carom billiards, such as American four-ball billiards, cowboy pool and bottle pool.

As a competitive sport, pool is governed internationally by the World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA), which has multi-national, regional affiliates comprising the All Africa Pool Association (AAPA), Asian Pocket Billiard Union (APBU, including the Middle East), Billiard Congress of America (BCA, Canada and the US), Confederation Panamerica of Billiards (CPB, Latin America and Caribbean), European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF, including Russia and the Near East), and Oceania Pocket Billiard Association (OPBA, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific islands) The WPA represents pool in the World Confederation of Billiard Sports, which in turn represents all forms of cue sports (including carom billiards and snooker) in the International Olympic Committee.
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Pool Trick Shots #1 (2 x 3-rail)


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Kamui Black tip in action right out of Japan. This is amazing movement of the ball. Shot performed by Professional Japanese player Isao Yuyama

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⭐ 50 GREATEST POOL TRICKSHOTS ⭐

The 50 Greatest Pool Trickshots of all time!

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Pool, also more formally known as pocket billiards (mostly in North America) or pool billiards (mostly in Europe and Australia), is the family of cue sports and games played on a pool table having six receptacles called pockets along the rails, into which balls are deposited as the main goal of play. Popular versions include eight-ball and nine-ball. An obsolete term for pool is six-pocket.

There are hundreds of pool games. Some of the more well known include eight-ball, nine-ball, ten-ball, straight pool, one-pocket and bank pool.

There are also hybrid games combining aspects of both pool and carom billiards, such as American four-ball billiards, cowboy pool and bottle pool.

As a competitive sport, pool is governed internationally by the World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA), which has multi-national, regional affiliates comprising the All Africa Pool Association (AAPA), Asian Pocket Billiard Union (APBU, including the Middle East), Billiard Congress of America (BCA, Canada and the US), Confederation Panamerica of Billiards (CPB, Latin America and Caribbean), European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF, including Russia and the Near East), and Oceania Pocket Billiard Association (OPBA, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific islands) The WPA represents pool in the World Confederation of Billiard Sports, which in turn represents all forms of cue sports (including carom billiards and snooker) in the International Olympic Committee.

High Speed EXPosure #1: Miscue With Different Cues

The porpouse of this EXPeriment is to analize how different cues works with miscues.
The shots I put in the video are perfect examples of all the different kind of miscues could occur and have been choosen among a hundred of shots.

CUES SPECS (as shown in the video)
Pool Cue:
- 147,5cm x 500g cue;
- pro-tapered 73,5cm maple shaft;
- medium-hard tip;
Carom Cue:
- 139cm x 500g cue;
- conical 67cm hornbeam shaft;
- medium-hard tip.
5-pin Cue:
- 138,5cm x 600g cue;
- conical 68,5 carbon shaft;
- medium-hard tip.


In every stroke the tip was accurately chalked.
In every stroke the cueball was hit on '3 o'clock' point.
The ball used is a 61,5 mm Super Aramith Pro-Cup.


CONCLUSIONS
This EXPeriment gave me a lot of feedbacks on physics of miscues
but I intentionally don't write them cause I wanna let anyone get his own conclusions from the video itself.
If you are interested knowing my conclusions on miscues write me in private.

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