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    I realize that i miss lots of easy shots , specially long pots and slow shots. last week my coach said that my cue is throwing off, and when i play with side i need to aim thick etc, however today i changed my tip and i realize that i miss very easy shots. i cue as best as i can and i stil

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    It's neither your cue nor your tip...

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    I figure you're not delivering the cue straight BUT think you are. You have to video yourself making long blues as stop shots and analyse the video.

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    Depending on if you have the typical tendency to hit "too thick" when applying side, or too thin, it comes down to the tip. tips that are too swampy a

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    by the way last week i posted that i miss those rolling shots and i was blamming the nap alot, now i know its either the tip or the cue

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    None of it is the tip or the cue.

    Not a straight delivery, and also playing the shots in the wrong way will be the problem.

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