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    Default New Video: Bridging Off The Cushion

    Hi everyone!

    Latest video now on YouTube!

    This one gives you a couple of options for forming a bridge when playing with the white close to the cushion (or tight). Then I always have a few other important things to consider in your technique.

    If you enjoy the video, please give it a like, and consider subscribing to the channel for lots more videos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tedisbill View Post
    Hi everyone!

    Latest video now on YouTube!

    This one gives you a couple of options for forming a bridge when playing with the white close to the cushion (or tight). Then I always have a few other important things to consider in your technique.

    If you enjoy the video, please give it a like, and consider subscribing to the channel for lots more videos!

    Nice video. You come across very clear and the video is super easy to understand.

    Have given it a like and subcribed.

    I also get down a little low on the shot so struggle to see the cue ball when aiming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shockerz View Post
    Nice video. You come across very clear and the video is super easy to understand.

    Have given it a like and subcribed.

    I also get down a little low on the shot so struggle to see the cue ball when aiming.
    Thanks very much for subscribing! Lots more videos to come. I appreciate the support
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    Great video as usual!

    Just what I want to practice down the club over weekend...

    I reckon these tips will add another few points on my game too!

    Great stuff!
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    Another great video.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisg View Post
    Great video as usual!

    Just what I want to practice down the club over weekend...

    I reckon these tips will add another few points on my game too!

    Great stuff!
    Thanks, Chris!

    Quote Originally Posted by fkhan View Post
    Another great video.
    Thanks very much!
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    That accent sounds Australian. Am I right?
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    G'day Mr Barton!!
    No cheap shots...well maybe the odd one if its funny...

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    Quote Originally Posted by fkhan View Post
    That accent sounds Australian. Am I right?
    Hi there! I am from England.

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    G'day Mr Barton!!
    G'day mate!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fkhan View Post
    That accent sounds Australian. Am I right?
    There are similarities in some sounds of the accent, but are more distant than Hyderabad to Lahore. Fascinating stuff accents!
    No cheap shots...well maybe the odd one if its funny...

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