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Stephen Barney
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Ok guys, I have a billiard ball routine but one of the things I find most difficult is the angles particularly for people sitting above you in the circle looking down. What tips or views do you all have on protecting angles and the type of ball moves that work in these conditions

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Stephen Barney

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Michael_MacDonald
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Depends really, on what slights you need angled.....
as a general rule when i am below line of site of some audiance members i keep palm turnd at an angle towards my waste and the floor....
thumb almost touching my navel.
i dont think that is giving the right picture, but if you like i can take a photo and email it to ya.
Michael MacDonald
JamesinLA
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In my experience, the most sensitive to angles sleights is one of the moves to show the back of both hands and then the palms empty--at the same time. What moves or types of moves seem to be the problem?
Jim
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