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- Sun, 08 Apr 2018 18:38:07 EST 2a3NUoRc No.38499
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guides, tutorials and tips for someone who wants to get pretty good at pool
Caroline Segglewick - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 21:31:55 EST txkwnIEq No.38503 Reply
Just play more often, try to think about your shots. Sip some beer, relax.
Graham Hossleput - Mon, 14 May 2018 16:48:26 EST oxN8jd/T No.38526 Reply
<spoiler>Get good. </spoiler>
Beatrice Danderludge - Tue, 29 May 2018 07:23:18 EST ikfyeX/Q No.38547 Reply
Robert Byrne's books are pretty solid.
Other than that, there isn't much you can do besides practising, practising and again practising.
In terms of computer simulation, Virtual Pool series tends to be regarded as the most realistic, VP3 in particular. You might not like the graphics - they're not too fancy, it was released at the beginning of 2000s, after all - but the game is solid. There is also VP4, it has better gfx but I can't tell much about it. And all too bad the whole series does not feature the Schooln pyramid...

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