About The Shot

I jump the ball three different times over three separate walls of balls, kicking off the far rail each time. After the last time, the cue ball kicks in the combination in the corner pocket.

Discipline: Jump

Difficulty: Advanced

Shot Compilations

Tim Chin Originals

A Hop, a Skip, and a Jump

Make This Shot

I setup three walls of four balls each. Two are centered on the second diamond lines and the third one is centered on the short center line of the table. Then setup the hanging balls in the corner pocket.

There's no real setup for the cue ball. I like to set it up for an easy short jump shot over the first wall, aiming around 2 1/2 diamonds. I like to keep it slow enough so the next jump shot is easier. On the second jump shot, I aim just past the side pocket. This can change depending on how well you're tracking the cue ball and if you're putting any spin on it while jumping. Again, speed is also critical. On the third jump, I aim around 1 1/2 diamonds. Again, this depends on if you're putting spin on the ball. It's certainly possible to do this shot without the helper ball, if you're up for a bigger challenge.

Video: A Hop, a Skip, and a Jump

Video: A Hop, a Skip, and a Jump

Tim's Tidbit

I created this shot based on the TC Fun shot Chris Woodrum and I developed. It's a one person, moving jump shot.