the course of a frame there are many instances where you may be
faced with hampered cueing.
This could be in the form of bridging over another ball, playing
from tight on the cushion, or alternatively when you are faced
with playing a shot whilst bridging over the jaws of a pocket.
The secret of playing successfully when hampered cueing, lies
in securing and maintaining
the firmness of your bridging hand and arm. Once the left hand
side of your body is firmed up the mind can concentrate on the
delivery of the cue.
how to play such shots will only come with practise, yet few choose
to bother learning the correct approach in these awkward situations.
are all built differently with different reaches and hand sizes.
Practise your approach to these shots and find a way that works
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