Byrne’s Complete Book of Pool Shots: 350 Moves Every Player Should Know

A comprehensive shot-by-shot instructional guide from billiards expert Robert Byrne   Ranging from tickys and double-kisses to jump shots and diamond systems, Byrne’s Complete Book of Pool Shots takes players on an accelerated trip from pool kindergarten to graduate school. Players of every skill level will find ways to improve their game and get ahead

A comprehensive shot-by-shot instructional guide from billiards expert Robert Byrne

 

Ranging from tickys and double-kisses to jump shots and diamond systems, Byrne’s Complete Book of Pool Shots takes players on an accelerated trip from pool kindergarten to graduate school. Players of every skill level will find ways to improve their game and get ahead of their opponents with 350 of Byrne’s clever and intricately diagrammed moves—many of which are outlined here for the first time by one of the game’s most masterful players and teachers.

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Thomas E. Simpson "Beat People with a Stick!" says:

It’s an arms race. You need this weapon to keep up. Byrne’s pool books & videos have set (and raised) the industry standards for many years now. As a professional pool instructor, I read everything I can, and have strong opinions about what’s actually worthwhile, correct, and genuinely helpful. Byrne’s new book has moved to the TOP of my list of books I recommend to my students, from a playing perspective (this is not a science book). I don’t care who you are, you don’t know all the stuff in this book. And if you’re at a level where you know a good percentage of what’s in this book, you’re also at a level where learning even one useful new thing is worth the price of the book. If you’ve been playing for a while, this book will open your eyes to a lot of new possibilities and understanding. If you’re in your first year or two, you might do better by first focusing on fundamentals of form (find a good instructor) and getting a grasp of how balls behave and why (look for Byrne’s videos – Volumes 1 & 2). You don’t know what you don’t know…

David C. Kraus "Stereo Lover" says:

Great billiard book for all skill levels 0

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