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    Default New Video: Straight Cueing Practice

    Hi everyone. New video now on my YouTube channel.

    A few things for you to practice to improve your own cue action and hopefully help you to cue straighter.

    If you do enjoy the video, please consider giving the video and like and also subscribing to the channel. There are lots more instructional videos on my channel.

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    I liked the video Steve, even tried the bottle on the ironing board tonight ;D

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    Quote Originally Posted by weepete View Post
    I liked the video Steve, even tried the bottle on the ironing board tonight ;D
    Thanks mate!

    Yeah I used to practice my cueing all the time at home when I first started to improve. Just helps to keep those muscles in the arm moving in the way they will when we play snooker.
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    Hi Steve,

    Yes, no excuse not to be able to practice cueing - I do it all the time at home!

    What is the make of the snooker table?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisg View Post
    Hi Steve,

    Yes, no excuse not to be able to practice cueing - I do it all the time at home!

    What is the make of the snooker table?
    Hi Chris.

    The table is a very old Burroughes and Watts table. From the early 1900s. Nice table. Very level and we'll maintained by Geoff Large.
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    I practised shooting over the spots and couldn't get it right, turned out the table had a loose top cushion and the cue ball went where it wanted to, so look out for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vmax View Post
    I practised shooting over the spots and couldn't get it right, turned out the table had a loose top cushion and the cue ball went where it wanted to, so look out for that.
    or if the cushion rubber is a little to high or low it can trap and spit out the cueball at an odd angle
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