Three Outside Influences on my Pool Education

This article is part of Volume 3 of PoolSynergy, a monthly collection of the best writing on pool. After you read this, be sure to check out the rest of the January edition of PoolSynergy for other great articles over at Mike Fieldhammer’s Billiard Coach. January’s theme is Life Lesson Application. There are 3 things […]

Don’t Waste Your Money on Pool Lessons! Make Sure You do the Homework to Get The Value

Is this story familiar? You have a friend, let’s call him Joe, who’s crazy about pool. He plays all the time, buys nice equipment, reads pool books and magazines and watches a lot of the pros play, both at nearby tournaments, on TV and the web. Joe loves the game and wants to be a […]

Two Views of IPAT 2 and IPAT 3

Carl Kramer’s View Well, kids here’s the long-awaited much-anticipated Review of IPAT level 2. First, let me say that John (our host) and fellow Pool Student and friend Canadian Dave did such a good job of reviewing “Start” and “Level 1”, I needed to bring you some real world experience. In order to do this, […]

Practice Getting Shape Rather than Shot Making

One of the most fundamental keys to getting better at pool is to work on your weaknesses. Keep at it until you bring them up to or beyond the rest of your game. This simple rule can be applied to anyone’s game, because every game has some parts that are weaker than others, no matter […]

Banging Balls II – Get Practice Drill Results

In my first post on how to get practice drill results from Banging Balls, I laid out my reasoning behind this approach and detailed 5 different ways to modify mindlessly banging balls so as to get much more out of the activity without boring yourself to death. Today I will introduce another half dozen variations […]

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