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    Default New Video: Judd Trump Black To Yellow

    Hi everyone!

    Judd once again played a great black to yellow exhibition shot this week in the World Grand Prix. It was played in the last frame in his match against Mark Selby.

    In the video I explain how the shot is played, and then play the shot myself.

    If you enjoy the video, please consider sharing, giving it a like, and subscribing to the channel

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    Wow that was virtually identical, why aren't you on telly ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrc750 View Post
    Wow that was virtually identical, why aren't you on telly ?
    Ha! Thanks a lot!


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    Just want to say about that shot, I say it checks up off the baulk cushion... It doesn't actually, it's just all the side has run out and it just comes off at the natural angle by then, instead of going towards the yellow. So it's not actually checking, there's just no side left on the cue-ball.
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    Yes sum shot Stevie daft question have you ever been on the main tour
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevie1 View Post
    Yes sum shot Stevie daft question have you ever been on the main tour
    No, I haven't. As I started so late (27 years old), it is just too late for me to now get to the level of consistency required for the main tour (I'm 35 now in 2 weeks).

    That's the main reason I have gone down the coaching route. I love the game, and if I can help other people get more enjoyment from their own game, then that's great.
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    Well it's to our advantage your on here Stevie great videos you always do and was going to ask after I saw your half black and white cue ball was I was looking to get a cue ball for testing but would i be better buying SPOTED red one or half black and white one cause on pure white doesn't show up your massive flaw on hitting with unwanted side
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    Quality shot, well played. I'm going to do my own series of shots the pros play, starting with Barry Hawkins' final shot in his match with Trump last night

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevie1 View Post
    Well it's to our advantage your on here Stevie great videos you always do and was going to ask after I saw your half black and white cue ball was I was looking to get a cue ball for testing but would i be better buying SPOTED red one or half black and white one cause on pure white doesn't show up your massive flaw on hitting with unwanted side
    I think the spotted one will be ok for showing when you're getting unwanted side on. I actually made that one I use in my video myself. I couldn't find a half black and white one to buy, so I coloured in half my old white ball with permanent marker
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    Graeme Dott did an interview recently and he sometimes uses a spotted white ball to check for unwanted side.
    He said something like in matches he plays basically every shot with some sort of side. He uses the spotted white in practice to try to find the center of the white
    but he only really wants to know center so that he then knows where slightly left or right is.

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    Superb timing!
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