Mike Massey's World of Trick Shots

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780964920460
  • Publisher: Billiards Press
  • Publication date: 11/28/2003
  • Pages: 300
  • Sales rank: 591,881
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 9.50 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

1 Hustler's Specials 1
2 Three for the Price of One 19
3 Prop Shots 29
4 Crowd Pleasers 51
5 Great Escapes & Gamewinners 73
6 Mystery Shots 87
7 Curve Balls 97
8 Lots of Balls In Action 105
9 Multi-Rail Masterpieces 119
10 Stroke Shots 135
11 Bank Shots 151
12 Jump Shots 157
13 Masses 169
14 Mike's Favorite Creations 183
15 Pure Skill Shots 191
16 Mike's Famous Finger Pool 199
17 You're the Star 207
18 Trick Shot Listmania 239
19 Mike's Poolography 253
Appendix 283
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2006

    Massey Brings the World of Trickshooting to the Average Pool Player

    This book is definitely worth the price. Mike Massey displays his unbelievable skill and entertaining humor on each page, and in a manner that is easy to understand for even the least experienced pool player. On each shot Mike explains the difficulty of set-up, difficulty of execution, elevation of cue, strength of stroke, etc., all with easy-to-understand diagrams that allow the average person to shoot trick shots like a pro. One final testament is the time I set up a shot that looked very difficult but, when properly set up, the lowest person in our league made it the first time. A mother and two small girls sitting nearby were so impressed they came over to watch more. After setting it up again I had one of the little girls shoot the shot. She made it, her eyes got real big, and pool just signed up another life member. Not only are the shots fun to shoot, but they give you a better insight into english, ball deflection, and tangent lines, making you a better ovall player. Buy this book and change your game.

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