Sharpen your strategy and shot-making skills! Whether it's eight ball, nine ball, straight pool, or one pocket, Precision Pool will reveal the secrets the pros know in this attractive full-color offering.
Authors Gerry “The Ghost” Kanov and Shari “The Shark” Stauch leave nothing to chance, sharing the wealth of experience they gained from coaching or competing against virtually every top professional player. The result—Precision Pool—is simply the most comprehensive and useful book ever written on pool.
This updated second edition includes the following:
-Vision and aim
-200 full-color diagrams of critical shots, common patterns, and trick shots
Whether you are a weekend player or seasoned professional, if you are serious about improving your game, Precision Pool is your best shot.
Chapter 1. The Shooter's Checklist
Chapter 2. Aim and Vision
Chapter 3. Cue Ball Control
Chapter 4. Game Breaks
Chapter 5. Critical Shots
Chapter 6. Rules of Pattern Play
Chapter 7. Playing with Patterns
Chapter 8. Safety Play
Chapter 9. Which Way to the Win
Chapter 10. Match Strategy and Tactics
Chapter 11. Mind-Body Toughness
Chapter 12. Practice Made Fun!
"Precision Pool contains valuable information that can be obtained only from instructors who have dedicated themselves to the sport. Shari Stauch and Gerry Kanov have that dedication, and it is reflected in this book. Precision Pool is required reading for players looking to improve their game."
Publisher of Pool & Billiard Magazine and PoolMag.com
"Precision Pool is required reading. An indispensable shortcut for the savvy player!"
WPBA Hall of Fame
“As a former pro and renowned publisher in the billiard industry, Shari Stauch has been privy to some of the best instructors and players of all time. Precision Pool is an accumulation of that vast and valuable knowledge.”
World Class Pro & Founder of Dragon Promotions
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