You Make The Call - Ep.1 - Stripe and Solid on the Break - Billiard Instruction

author American Poolplayers Association - APA   6 мес. назад

30 Like   1 Dislike

APA - Lee Brett Billiard Instruction Series - Pool Lesson 14 - How to play Safeties

World class billiard instructor Lee Brett discusses gives us a great pool lesson about Safety Play! Not already a member of the APA?

2018 APA 8-Ball Classic Finals - Ernesto Bayaua VS Aaron Greenwood - Purple Tier

Live streaming from Las Vegas of the 2018 APA 8-Ball Classic Finals. Part of the APA Poolplayer Championships. For more information on this tournament, please visit

APA Lee Brett Billiard Instruction - Pool Lesson 4 - How to Backstroke and Pause

World class billiard instructor Lee Brett discusses gives us a great pool lesson about improving your Stroke, specifically your Backstroke! Not already a member of the APA?

Top 10 Things Pool Players Do Wrong … and How to Fix Them

Dr. Dave identifies and offers advice for how to correct the following top 10 things many pool players do wrong: 1.) Cue Elevation 2.) Sloppy Bridge 3.) High Stance 4.) Poor Alignment and Aim 5.) Cue and Eye Motion 6.) No Pre-Shot Routine 7.) Sidespin 8.) Tight Grip 9.) Bad Stroke 10.) Head and Body Motion This video is part of the following Top 10 Series: Top 10 Pool Shots Every Player Must Know!!! Top 10 Things Pool Players Do Wrong Top 10 Pool Shots Amateurs Play Wrong Top 10 Pool Strategy Errors Amateurs Make For more information and demonstrations, see the following resources: fundamentals "best practices" check-list document: grip: bridge: stance: vision center: pre-shot routine: stroke: sidespin: online glossary of pool and billiards terms and phrases: All of Dr. Dave's full-length instructional videos are available to stream or download here: and in physical DVD format here: Detailed product information and purchasing advice can be found here: Good Luck With Your Game!!! NOTE CONCERNING STANCE: An alternative to bending at the waist or knees to get the head lower in the stance is to widen the feet. For tall people like me, bending at the waist can cause a lot of hamstring, neck and back strain. Widening the feet is a good alternative since it might allow you to keep one or both of your knees locked, which can help stabilize the stance. I have personally experimented a lot with different combinations of widening the feet and bending at the knees, and my best solution was to widen the feet just a little and mostly bend at the knees. My stance is stable, and I have no discomfort whatsoever. When I widen the feet more, to reduce the knee bend, I feel strain and discomfort in my right hamstring and/or ankle. The large knee bend might not be the best approach for all tall people since it does require quadriceps strength and endurance. Also, bent knees are not as stable as a locked knee. Each individual needs to experiment with the stance to determine the most effective and most comfortable way to create proper "vision center" alignment with the head as low as possible. The solution will be different for everybody, especially with tall people.

In this episode of You Make the Call, we discuss what happens when you make a solid and a stripe on the break. Click here to learn more about the APA and how to join!