Straight cueing practise routines

Straight cueing practise routines


Hello snooker fans this is me Vilius Schulte-Ebbert
EBSA professional snooker coach. In today’s snooker practise video I will
share straight cueing practise routines witch will improve your aiming and overall technique. This practice routine is suitable for beginner,
intermediate and advance snooker players. Let’s do it! Starting with the straight blue ball to the
middle pocket. Your goal is to aim top spin to the cue ball
pot a blue and follow cue ball to the same pocket. Give yourself 10 shot attempts and try to
pot as many balls as you can. Blue ball levels: If you reached Level 2 on the blue ball then
great because you reached pink ball level! Pink ball level is slightly more difficult
than blue ball level. Put a pink ball to the pink ball spot with
straight cue ball to the corner pocket. Again try to pot pink ball and follow cue
ball to the same pocket. Play it both sides (left right corner pockets)
10 attempts each. Pink ball levels: It was a 1 series of straight cueing practise
routines. I will share more interesting cueing practise
very soon so stay Tun! If you like our video smash the like button,
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