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on a perfectly straight shop most normal

well-coordinated people will aim

correctly and yet when they deliver the

cue they miss if that is statement is

true then it can only be down to one

thing

technique technique is very very

important now I'm not going to say to

you there's only one way to play this

game there are many what I'd like to do

is show you one method which I believe

has been proved and works to make sure

that we've delivering the cue in a

straight line what we do is work on two

fixed points one will be the bridge

bearing in mind of course that it's only

a fixed point if it doesn't move the

other one is the body so I've got a

fixed point at the front a fixed point

at the back and if I move this hand

forward up to the chest that distance

between the hand of the chest has

transferred to the front and become the

follow-through so I find there the

distance between my right hand when I

play the shot and the chest transfers to

the front and becomes a follow-through

very very important so where I hold the

cue is important in the sense that if I

hold it there I've got a minimal amount

of follow-through so I can simply

increase that by moving the hand

backwards but if I'm on the end of the

cue in theory that's the maximum amount

of follow-through but if my bridge one

is too far away from the cue ball I've

still got no follow-through so where I

put this bridge end is also very

important thirdly if I play with a

straight arm

or a bent arm will affect the amount of

volatile because if I old my queue there

and I've got my bridge down there and

I've got a straight bridge on I'm not

going to move either n but what's the

distance between my right and then the

chest increase as I bend my left arm

okay that's ridiculous but it

demonstrates that without moving either

end if I bend this arm I can increase

the follow-through so let's look at it

my normal position is about hinge from

the end of the queue for me personally

I'm there I'm about 11 to 12 inches away

from the cue ball and that gives me

sufficient follow-through to play the

shot if I put that there just to

indicate it all I'm going to do is pop

the blue stay there and let you see how

much follow-through I've got so I'm

there do my preparation I've gotten a

fixed point the breed yarn at the front

my fixed point you chest at the back and

all I'm going to do is bring my right

hand forward to the chest and establish

my follow-through to demonstrate this

even further what I've done is marked a

queue here I put one mark here where my

bridging goes another mark here which is

six inches away from the first mark

which demonstrates where my bridge on

will be when I've played this shot to

make sure that I can get those two

positions right I've put a third mark

where my where I actually hold the cue

so I'm there I'm on my mark at the back

I'm on my mark at the front I do a

little bit of preparation and then from

there I bring the hand forward to the

chest and you'll see that I'm roughly on

the mark now so my follow-through has

been no six inches anymore and I can

lose control at the back any less and to

get the follow-through

tends to happen as I go past the chest

by coming away from the chest and that

gives a lot of players