Dr. Cue Pool Lesson #58: One tip of English - (By Definition)!





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Published on Jul 19, 2012

http://www.poolplayers.com - A "tip" of english is often misunderstood. The dimension of one's cue tip off center is not a reliable measurement for this, since tips come in a wide variety of width, type, hardness, and curvature. Two factors define "one tip of English" for diamond system "kick" application - 1) a consistent and defined speed, and 2) the result of hitting the cue ball off center laterally using this programmed speed. These two items can be mastered by any player with any type of cue stick and tip amenity. In this manner every player can be on the same page, so to speak, with an exact understanding of what "one tip of English - by definition" really is during critical game play.

A more detailed explanation and presentation for the "banks" and "kicks" that "Dr. Cue" has been teaching for over 40 years can be found in his best selling product Foundation For Kicking and Banking. This instructional DVD album of 3 discs on "diamond systems and so much more" is guaranteed to take your game to the next level and beyond.

Note: For purchase information, please contact Tom Rossman by phone or email:
drcue@artisticpool.org / 765.795.4968 or 765.760.7665

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