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Using Snooker Stance in Pool


Using Snooker Stance in Pool

I've seen recently players using snooker stance (4 points of contact cue-body, grip, chest, chin, bridge) while playing pool.

In all tutorials of pool stance trainers do not use points cue-chest and cue-chin.

what do you think about using snooker stance in pool?

Using Snooker Stance in Pool

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  1. DannySmithFenwick on 6/1/2011 6:25:32 AM

    Allison Fisher has been very successful with her snooker stance.

  2. DannySmithMitch Alsup on 6/1/2011 10:23:16 AM

    I started to use a snooker stance* a couple of years ago when I started to develop some arthritus in my hip.

    In my opinion, the snooker stance has to do with the feet being square to the shot, rather than how many points of contact with the cue. This stance, then, rotates the hips more square to the stroke and takes some strain off the lower back.

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Using Snooker Stance in Pool

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  • Published: 6/1/2011 3:32:16 AM