Dish of the Day
Monk 101: 2 x 7 x 2 Lines
Using the 2x7x2 speed system to kick and get out of safeties during game play
Monk 101: A Tough Call
A thin hit is required on the object ball in this hot in order to go three rails and get safe behind the 9 ball.
Monk 101: Around the Horn
The around the horn shot is using 4 rail position to get onto the next object ball and is about hitting a positive stroke from medium distance.
Monk 101: Back and Forth
Hit the ball crisply to go 'back and forth' for position on the 9 ball.
Monk 101: Bank Sightings
Use the 'Monk Clicks' sighting techniques to shoot bank shots (doubles).
Monk 101: Be Committed
Thin cut to the middle using inside 'english' (check side) to hold position on the next ball after contacting the top rail.
Monk 101: Be Conservative
Pool is always about playing the right shot at the right time, shoot this ball four rails to get it safe rather than attempt to pot it.
Monk 101: Be Free
Always shoot a tough shot with confidence rather than be concerned with the outcome, Be Free.
Monk 101: Be Particular
Be Particular about how you shoot certain shots, always try to leave yourself an angle and hit the ball positively
Monk 101: Breaking
Breaking is one of the most important facets of pool, be it 9-ball or 8-ball, learning to do it correctly and concentrating on this can win you more games.
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