John Schmidt: 7th lesson in the series.

November 23, 2011

John Schmidt teaches the fundamentals. A private lesson with John Schmidt. In this video John Explains That The One Thing That All Have in Common great player IS a pause at the cue ball Before shooting. John has won Many major events Including the 2006 US Open 9 Ball Championship 2009 Derby City Classic One Pocket and the Most Recently Super Billiards Expo Pro 10 Ball event with a win over Corey Deuel. He Know What He’s definitely talking about

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5 Responses to John Schmidt: 7th lesson in the series.

  1. trumanhw on November 23, 2011 at 4:56 pm

    Fundamental = the things the top 100 at ANYTHING to in common.

    During the pause, you’re to inspect the sight alignment at the finalized decision of whether the speed of the shot corresponds to the deflection, veer, and cut of the ball. Final review of the firing solution created. Tell John Truman says hi if anyone talks to him.

  2. netop22 on November 23, 2011 at 5:12 pm

    Basic but very important. Having a consistent stroke and good stance is the most important part of playing any form of billiards. Especially a continuous game like 14.1 where these little alignment and stroke errors can make you miss a ball every 20-30 shots where as better fundamentals will keep you running balls. I’ve been playing for probably 7 years and am always aware of how straight my stroke is and my stance. People who’ve played for 30+ years and are champions do the same thing.

  3. scorpiossnakes on November 23, 2011 at 5:37 pm

    very interesting insight

  4. MrPoolBum on November 23, 2011 at 6:20 pm

    Basic and… hmm, you might even say: fundamental. Hence the word “fundamentals” in the description, lol. Seriously, no doubt it will not be new to many people but I’ve seen many players trying to improve who need to hear it.

  5. tabalupalatot on November 23, 2011 at 6:56 pm

    so basic..

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