Here's the setup of the cluster and the cue ball
Since you hit this shot so hard, the 4 ball doesn't throw much at all, so you can align the 1-4 combination directly into the corner pocket .
This just takes your fundamental jump-draw stroke. Aim full into the 1 ball, maybe 20 degrees of elevation and 6 o'clock, maybe 6:30. You have to stroke it pretty hard to get enough draw for the cue ball to come back half a table length after jumping over the bridge. If you don't clear the bridge, use either more elevation or move the cue ball back. If you're jumping too high and not getting the draw, do the opposite. If you get it over and under, but don't have enough draw, hit it a little harder.
I combined two classic shots to come up with this. It's really an extension to the Over and Under shot, but I add in the four ball draw back.
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