Thursday, May 5, 2011
This video is dedicated to help people perform better breaks. You won't be climbing any ladders in the pool realm without first mastering your own manner of breaking the rack. The method Dean uses is very effective and should be used by most new to intermediate players. Once you gain better control of the accuracy of your stroke you should move on to the "8-ball break." It is a very challenging break but when it yields a quick win you will understand how important it can be, especially in competition or money games. Remember always chalk before the break and take a few practice strokes to ensure an accurate, swift and powerful stroke.