A Simple and Effective Passing Series

It seems that of the players I know, (some pros, no pro-masters except Evan Stachelek is starting to be seen more often) the more experience they have, their five bar series becomes increasingly elaborate.My question to the group is, is it possible to get really good results using only 2 passes 90% ...

14.06.20 03:58 PM - Comment(s)
More Front Pin Shot Tips
Do you press downwards on the rod, the way most rollover shooters do, when preparing to shoot? It seems if I don’t do this, the rod has a tendency to rattle around in the bearing which I suspect decreases accuracy.
14.06.20 03:50 PM - Comment(s)
More Front Pin Shot Tips II

Here are some other questions though:

1) Do you press downwards on the rod, the way most rollover shooters do, when preparing to shoot? It seems if I don’t do this, the rod has a tendency to rattle around in the bearing which I suspect decreases accuracy. By this I mean pressing downwards on the rod ...

14.06.20 03:48 PM - Comment(s)
Front Pin Shot Tips II

I initially learned the more natural pull side. Could hit it very quickly and long, fairly consistent, but had not options. Learned a straight (not flipover, still with backswing). Then after a long time, learned the motion for push side and practiced almost exclusively that to really get it down. N...

11.06.20 03:54 PM - Comment(s)
Brush Pass Tip

K. Olbrantz wrote:

I have a 1999 dynamo gold medal table and have been trying to learn various shots and passes. I cannot figure out how to do a brush pass despite reading the FAQ. Is it possible on this table? (Can I use the #1 lame excuse and blame the equipment–probably not). Anyone with any tips ...

02.05.20 03:59 PM - Comment(s)
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