Pool Player’s Edge – 2nd Edition

The best-selling guide that helped countless players improve their game is now updated, expanded, and better than ever! With Pool Player’s Edge you will sharpen your strategy and shot-making skills while mastering tactics and techniques in the four most popular forms of the game: 9-ball, 8-ball, straight pool, and one-pocket. In this new edition, billiards

The best-selling guide that helped countless players improve their game is now updated, expanded, and better than ever!

With Pool Player’s Edge you will sharpen your strategy and shot-making skills while mastering tactics and techniques in the four most popular forms of the game: 9-ball, 8-ball, straight pool, and one-pocket.

In this new edition, billiards experts and tour pros Gerry “The Ghost” Kanov and Shari “The Shark” Stauch share their secrets on every aspect of the game. In Pool Player’s Edge you will learn these skills:

– Perfect your aim and master your shots

– Control the cue ball

– Set the tone for the game with a power break

– Handle the most common and troublesome shots

– Map the table and set up shots

– Strategize your game

– Remain focused and unnerved in competitive play

Step-by-step professional instruction and over 200 full-color detailed diagrams will show you how to take your game to the next level. Whether you’re a league player or a seasoned professional, if you’re serious about pool and looking for a competitive edge, Pool Player’s Edge is your best shot.

Product Features

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Comments

leeincharleston says:

All the things you never knew you didn’t know I’ve been a casual pool player for years and always assumed I had the basics down pat. Then I picked up this book out of idle curiosity while waiting on someone in the bookstore and discovered I didn’t know a thing about the game. While reading the very first page, I realized that my stance was wrong and that I needed to consider foot placement, whether to bend my legs, how far to lean over, and several other factors that I’d never given the slightest thought to. Far from making it seem complicated, though, the authors made it seem clear, simple and obvious. I flipped through the first few chapters while still in the bookstore, bought the book, and went straight to a local pool hall, where the tips in those few chapters improved my game tremendously from the first shot. Since then, I’ve worked my way about halfway through the book and haven’t lost a game in the two weeks since I bought it, even to the guys who beat me on a regular basis before. There are a lot of professional players…

Tar Heel says:

The best. 0

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