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Should I Take Pool Lessons

Should I Take Pool Lessons

I'd like thoughts on paid pool lessons. I'm an older guy, and have been playing billiards for many years. I have played in leagues, both casual and competitive.

I play with some of the best pool players my city has to offer, but I have the feeling that they are just too good for me to catch them at this stage of the game. I consider myself an advanced player nonetheless, and I can practice all day since I am a retiree.

Would my game benefit from taking paid lessons?

Should I Take Pool Lessons

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  1. aspincuebald on 8/26/2006 11:26:48 PM

    Practicing what you already know will just make you sharper at those skills. You will generally not learn much NEW while doing this. Find the best teachers in your area, and take lessons. Try and play only billiard players that are better in skill than you when you do play casually, and learn everything you can from them.

    In short, if you can find the right program, lessons can be very much worth it. This may involve asking around a little, but if you say you play with the best in your area, someone in your circle will likely have a recommendation or two.

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Should I Take Pool Lessons

  • Title: Should I Take Pool Lessons
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  • Published: 8/26/2006 11:20:46 PM