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What Shots To Use II

I guess this depends on what you deem “the top”. If you are talking about excelling at rookie events, sure a good unusual shot may help you win a little more at this level, but in a way you are mortgaging your future for immediate results. This is certainly a theory i don’t agree with. What really m...

25.06.20 07:43 PM - Comment(s)
What Shots To Use

In article <7kt9gg$11i$1@news.news.kodak.com>,

Richard A Chapman wrote:

Free advice for rookies:

Snakes and pulls shots compromise 90% of all the shots done. Good goalies see alot of these and therefore develop at least a couple of different defenses for each shot.

While developing your snake or p...

24.06.20 07:46 PM - Comment(s)
Airball Shots

Bruce Nardoci wrote:

We also had some other games like “aerial assault” (nothing but air-ball shots allowed, from any bar), and “meatball” (which later came to be known as “oneball” on Tornado tables).


Thor Hoberg-Petersen wrote:

Bruce,
when you were playing aerial assault, which shot did you make? In p...
24.06.20 07:45 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 07:50 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 07:48 PM - Comment(s)
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