Here's how to set up the combination
Place the cue ball behind these balls along the centerline of the table wherever you're comfortable jumping from. If you like to use a rail bridge, you can move the cue ball closer to the rail. Just aim straight down the table and shoot with a smooth jump stroke. Don't overdo it; you'll be surprised how easy you can hit the cue ball and still jump the cluster. If you see yourself putting unintentional spin on the ball, you can adjust your aim to compensate or adjust your cue alignment (for example, if you're putting right english on the cue ball but you're aiming center ball, aim with a little left english to compensate).
This shot will test the aim and straightness of your jump stroke!
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