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- How to play pool – Pool Bridges
- How to play pool – Holding Pool Cue
- Michael Jordan - The Greatest Basketball Player
- How to play Pool – Good Stance
- Josh Gibson – A Baseball legend
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Posted by Hy Nguyen on 2/15/2016 to Pool Cues
Bridge supports the cue and gives stability while playing. It enables you to move the cue back and forth without wobbling here and there. It is one of the most important elements of playing pool but is often overlooked by beginners. A solid bridge will help you deliver the cue on the intended point of the cue ball. A good bridge should be comfortable and solid. An easy trick to make your bridge solid, is to put some weight on your bridge hand. Always remember the basics of developing a good bridging technique – Your bridge should be solid, comfortable and should help you hit the cue ball at the intended point.
Posted by Hy Nguyen on 2/8/2016 to Pool Cues
Should I keep some space between the cue and the fingers? Should I hold the cue with two fingers or five? Should I tighten the wrist or keep it loose? Questions like these often come from many pool players. The truth is there are many ways of holding a pool cue. Some are correct and some not. Players often have to learn and relearn how to have a good grip of their pool cues. In this process they should always keep in mind that it’s their comfort while playing which matters the most. Carlos Hallon, a three cushion game player grips his cue with the tip of his thumb and forefinger, but he can hit the ball with sledgehammer force.
Posted by Hy Nguyen on 2/8/2016 to Basketball Jerseys
Michael Jeffrey Jordan lovingly called as just MJ, is a former American Basketball player and a NBA superstar that needs no introduction. Renowned around the world for his performance, he is also responsible for popularizing NBA during 1980s and 1990s. In his 15 season NBA career, Jordan played 13 years for the Chicago Bulls and 2 years for Washington Wizards. He wore number 23 sport jersey.
Posted by Boriz on 2/1/2016 to Pool Cues
A good stance won’t make you a champion player, but will definitely help you develop your pool game. It will provide you balance, comfort and consistency and help you play good shots. You should know that no one stance will be absolutely correct. Selecting a stance is more about personal preferences rather than being theoretically correct. Having said that, a right stance should make you feel comfortable and help you play effectively and enjoy the game of pool. This post will provide a brief summary of the steps that should be followed to build a good stance. With practice this will pretty much become your second nature and you won’t have to think too hard about your stance, before playing any pool shot. However keep in mind that you should be consistent with your stance, from the time you approach a shot till the successful completion of that shot. Pool requires high amount of focus and very good hand-eye coordination.
Posted by Hy Nguyen on 2/1/2016 to Baseball Jerseys
Joshua “Josh” Gibson was an American Negro league baseball player. Better known as “the Black Babe Ruth,” he was considered to be one of the greatest power hitter and catcher in the history of baseball. Elected to the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame in year 1972, his Hall of Fame plaque claims he hit “almost 800” homeruns in his 17-year career. In his honor the U.S. Postal Services on July 6, 2000, issued a 33 cents commemorative stamp featuring his painting and his name. Satchel Paige, who was Gibson's teammate on the Pittsburgh Crawfords and a Hall of Famer too, said, "He was the greatest hitter who ever lived." Another Hall of Famer Walter Johnson, said about Gibson "He hits the ball a mile,"