5 special ways to file in Pool

5 special ways to file in Pool

Each has its own style billiard player. There are those who play faster or who is taking calmer, who just pointing and who holds down a long time before shooting, or is there more to the attack who plays and who does not hesitate to defend when he plays.

In today’s article we highlight one facet that most mark the style of player: the filing. Here are five special ways to iron out of 5 Super Pool billiard players .

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By David Muñoz  

1- Lee Van Corteza

Philippine Van Corteza is of little moves the cue during filing. Look at the video as it swings only a few times until it is well settled down. Once there left arrow practically glued to white and does not move. It makes a very long pause, a subtle final movement of the arrow and spear. Given its origins, its style is curious because it moves away from the constant rocking practicing many of the top players Filipinos.

2- Niels Feijen

What characterizes the Niels Feijen’s filing of its pre-shot break. It makes the first moves very normal and quite short. First you filed down three or four short, then two more, the arrow next act goes back and there is more than one second before throwing it forward again. All pros do but players Feijen is most respects your routine on every shot, easy or not so easy. By the way, it is worth watching the entire video to learn how to play 14.1.

3- Shane Van Boening

A Shane which makes different the fact play glove, employing many times the bridge closed and movement experienced by the heel just before impact with the cue ball. Notice how long the arrow tilts a tad an instant before hitting the cue ball . It is a simple rocking up and down, wavy, like house brand. It seems that the taco therefore does not enter the straight in the filing, but of course that does not affect him at all in his brilliant game.

4- Jayson Shaw

British Jayson Shaw is one of those privileged billiard players do not need to waste time down. Iron out virtually without enduring more than a second pointing is able to plug any ball games and incredible finish in the blink of an eye. Simply, do not think. His style favors the widespread theory that the more you think and give turns to a play, the greater the chance of finishing fallándola.

5- Efren Reyes

And just this compilation of special smoothed with the great genius and magician Pool, Efren “Bata” Reyes. Everyone recognizes its irregular swinging his peculiar filing and slight movement forward experiencing your body right after each shot. Check out his technique in this video of the 1999 World Pool League.

Write in the comments which of these five ways to iron out what impresses you more and more resembles yours.


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