Place a bridge across the first diamond. A wall of eight balls is placed near the side pocket. The first object ball is frozen to the rail, about a half diamond from the corner pocket. The cue ball is one diamond away from the long rail. It can be in a straight line with the first object ball or a bit closer to the bridge.
Finding a consistent setup and aim point for the cue ball is critical. Catch the first object ball just less than full. Apply follow and maybe very little left english. Sometimes, a level stroke will do it, but it's easier with a tiny bit of elevation. Don't hit it too hard either. See how many balls you can get in the wall and still make the shot.
This is another shot of Stefano Pelinga's that he tried to show the world on ESPN Trick Shot Magic 2001 with his last shot.
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