How do you aim frozen-ball billiard and carom shots?
- TP A.15 – Controlling the cue ball direction in a frozen cue ball shot
- NV B.55 – Bob Jewett’s two-times-fuller frozen-cue-ball aiming system (here are some additional examples illustrated with graphics)
- NV B.56 – Bob Jewett’s ten-times-fuller frozen-object-ball aiming system
- HSV B.7 – one-pocket frozen-ball spot shot
Here are some interesting herding shots from from Vol. V of the Video Encyclopedia of Nine-ball and Ten-ball (VENT) where an OBs are frozen to each other and a cushion:
For other examples where deformation of the cushion is important, see the cushion compression shot resource page.
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