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More English means More Cue Ball Spin?


More English means More Cue Ball Spin?

You know the saying: "the more english you apply..."

What is the correct ending to that statement?

  • "...the more spin you get"
  • "...the less spin you get"

More English means More Cue Ball Spin?

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  1. viplaeshviplaesh on 4/25/2012 7:31:10 AM

    Got my answer watching world championship, apparently the saying comes from when Englishmen traveled over the "pond" and learned Americans sidespin, therefore english, either righthand english or lefthand english is the correct term). And if I understood correctly this is a term Englishmen themselves do not use. I wonder if Brits call stun shots "American"...

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More English means More Cue Ball Spin?

  • Title: More English means More Cue Ball Spin?
  • Author: (Lars Fredrik)
  • Published: 4/23/2012 12:23:06 PM