This is really just a monster jump shot. The placement of the blocking balls will be determined by your table and stroke. The second set is the most important. I put them about two diamonds away from the hanging object ball.
I like to use a dart stroke because I think I can generate more speed this way than using the pendulum stroke. I use about 45 degrees elevation I guess and hit it hard so it gets up enough to bounce a second time over the second wall. Try to keep the cue ball on the table too. It's more impressive that way.
Just like skipping stones across water, this shot skips the cue ball across the slate. On this particular one, I get lucky and the cue ball stays on the table.
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