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    Quote Originally Posted by kflps View Post
    i'm kinda confused now because you said alignment isn't the problem if i can't even feather straight.maybe when you say 'alignment' you mean something different.
    Hi. The new video links above do not work. I can only see the old videos.
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    i'm not sure why they don't work for you,they open normally when i click on them.what does it say when you click on the links?i've listed them as public because i had them on private maybe that is causing the problem
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    Quote Originally Posted by kflps View Post
    i'm not sure why they don't work for you,they open normally when i click on them.what does it say when you click on the links?i've listed them as public because i had them on private maybe that is causing the problem

    that was the problem
    all videos showing now.
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    Try and get the Camera in a direct line with the cue ball and object ball for a straight pot. When you first get down your cue should be in a straight line through the middle of the balls and pocket. If your not in perfect line then you will cue across to correct this initial error. I would also suggest staying down after the shot longer to feel where your grip finishes at the chest. You can practice along the baulk line without a cue ball and find where your grip should finish on the shot completion. You can then aim to replicate that on every shot. I hope that helps a little.

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