NV B. 97 – Draw shot technique, physics, and examples – Part 1: Technical

December 22, 2011
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billiards. colostate. edu Dr. Dave and Bob Jewett describe, Illustrate, and Demonstrate proper technique, physics effects, and game-situation for example a pool and billiards draw shot. http

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  1. bushputz on December 22, 2011 at 7:29 pm

    @florent2911
    3) (cont.)
    Take your cue and practice accelerating through your stroke. With your back hand in the full backstroke position, begin bringing it forward SLOWLY. As you move through the stroke, accelerate smoothly until your hand stops by contacting your chest. Keep your elbow high. Repeat, repeat, repeat.
    Your tip will maintain contact with the cue ball longer, giving you much better backspin. Use that stroke? for all your shots, and you may notice your shots have a new crispness.

  2. bushputz on December 22, 2011 at 7:59 pm

    @florent2911
    1) Check your contact point on the cue ball. Substitute a striped ball for the cue ball, as shown at 1:05. Look at the chalk mark on the ball after you shoot. Is it where you thought you hit? the ball, or is it higher?
    2) Verify that your tip is in good condition, roughed up, and well chalked.
    3) Proper acceleration is crucial for draw. Here is an exercise for you to try. Spend 5 minutes a day for the next 2 weeks doing the following:

  3. DrDaveBilliards on December 22, 2011 at 8:46 pm

    @florent2911
    The most common? problem is dropping the elbow, which makes you hit the CB higher than you think. Keep the grip relaxed, keep the elbow still, and accelerate into the ball.

    FYI, I have lots of good advice and resources to help with the draw stroke on the FAQ page of my website. Check it out.

  4. florent2911 on December 22, 2011 at 8:57 pm

    Hey I’m doing exactly what you doing but mine just go back a little bit, how do you think I could make? mine more like you or what do u think I’m doing wrong

  5. dumass00072 on December 22, 2011 at 9:42 pm

    For draw: loose grip –> meaning not a death? grip. Don’t try a loose grip because you’ll be thinking about your freekin hand the hole time. Thats the last place where you want your concentration. Stay relaxed and hit the piss out of it. If your going to lengthen your bridge so that you’ll have more time to accelerate don’t over exaggerate it; if your stroke feels awkward it probably is. FYI the Kamui black tips are awesome but go for the medium because the soft just doesn’t keep its shape

  6. DrDaveBilliards on December 22, 2011 at 10:38 pm

    @blindahl78

    Thanks.

    I aim to squerve,
    Dr. Dave?

  7. blindahl78 on December 22, 2011 at 10:47 pm

    Great walk through on how important the stroke technique? really is!

  8. DrDaveBilliards on December 22, 2011 at 11:26 pm

    @68softtop

    I’m? glad you like VEPS. Please continue to help spread the word!

    Regards,
    Dr. Dave

  9. 68softtop on December 23, 2011 at 12:18 am

    Dr. Dave and Mr. Ross,
    I purchased your video set and absolutely love it. It is some of the best info and explanations I? have seen to date. I highly recommed them to anyone. Thank you two!!!

  10. DrDaveBilliards on December 23, 2011 at 1:01 am

    @SidVicious620

    Thanks for the comment. Check out? parts 2 and 3 also.

    Please help spread the word about my stuff,
    Dr. Dave

  11. SidVicious620 on December 23, 2011 at 1:56 am

    Awesome your videos are? very helpful. Thank you!! im no longer a begginer

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