how to be master billiard?

April 18, 2009 3:30am CST
billiard is the most sport a very quite and requires accuracy and versatility in setting target to input the hole in the billiard. any more tips and trick billiard in internet, we have to know theory and not sure can be practice . what about you?
3 responses
@irene66 (1671)
• Philippines
18 Apr 09
I was taught to play this sport a year ago. It was taught to me by an old man who is good in it. I was able to learn it easily but when I tried to play it again after a long time, I find myself struggling to input the ball into the hole. accuracy is really important. A friend told me, you become expert when you play it everyday and teach yourself a technique to score.
• Indonesia
28 Apr 09
I love billiard, and i already have 4 trophy in local competition. In my experience, the first thing you must do is make your cue action be very straight. You can get straight with stop shot exercise. I learn this shot for 6 months, in 9 feet table and snooker table(with 9 feet balls). Try it from small distance until long distance. Its very boring, but after 6 month, you can feel the difference. If you want superb shot, try it when in 3rd month, do stop shot with eyes close. I guarantee in 6 month, your accuracy will never miss anymore. That is just the Basic of poll.
• Indonesia
29 Apr 09
wooo... i love woman when she playing biliards
@mikeyo105 (125)
• Hong Kong
10 Aug 09
we're talking about billiards.. not pool right? billiards is incredibly hard.. with all the red balls and the color balls each worth different points.. i think that's something we could only master after we master the basics of pool.. and with pool i seem to have mastered (or somewhat accomplished) the angles and sinking balls.. I can do the cue ball placements as well but i just cant. combine. the. two... so annoying.. whenever i try to work the angle and set the ball i always miss the shot.. i hate that.. anyways.. i think the only way you can practise is by learning and trying to hit the cue ball at different spots and repeated training and improvement. that's the only way how i can see it happening..good luck!
@amibotea (168)
• Romania
9 Jul 09
It is very easy, all you need is practice, I don't think at pool you need a big talent