Billiard Drills based on the Fundamentals is the fastest way to master the game of pool and billiards. Learn about 8 Ball secrets from a totally unique outlook on the game.
I recenty purchased a book titled "8 Ball Secrets. This was a great read. It was written to be easy on the eyes, not too long and nothing but great information.
Because you are reading this, there is a pretty good chnce that you are looking for information about practicing or working on your billiards game.
If you have studied the fundamentals, you will enjoy the book and it will give you some new insight to build practice drills around.
If you have not studied or practiced the fundamentals of billiards, then I have a nice treat for you. You can fill out the form below and receive a Free 7 part training on billiards fundamentals.
Watch the short video directly below this text for a preview of some basic fundamentals.
This course comes VIA Email and links to web sites with detailed lessons. There are diagrams and it is laid out to be simple for anyone. If you have a challange I will help you out personally. there are some cool billiard drills to help you with your game.
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Fill out the form below and begin your lessons imediately. You will then be directed to learn more about the "8 Ball Sec rets".
Even if you have studied the fundamentals in the past, the 7 part billiards fundamentals course is a great refresher. I have had letters from many players who found it to be a breath of fresh air for their pool game.
There is nothing like doing some billiard drills and building on the foundation of your game through solid fundamentals.
Check out some of the letters from people who have studied the course in the past.
Ted--Thanks so much for your Billard Basic lessons! We have a pool table and my wife and I play just about every day, but I'd gone into a "slump" and was really shooting poorly. Thanks to your basics, I discovered several things I was doing to mess up, such as not following through, etc. Keep up the good work! Sincerely,
Pastor Rix W. Tillman
El Paso, Tx
I'm a little more than a beginning player, but your 7 lessons was an excellent review, and I highly recommend them for any beginning player. Many players just start by playing games with friends without understanding the fundamentals such as the tangent line and how to change the direction of the cue ball down that line, etc. To me, such concepts are so important to improving one's game. And I cannot overemphasize the importance of practice, practice, and doing so by not just "throwing" balls on the table. Take the shots for which give you a hard time, and practice them over and over again. To me. pool is "three steps forward and one back". It is not as easy as what one sees on TV, but it is a fun challenge....
TED; JUST A FEW LINES TO SAY THANKS FOR YOUR BILLIARDS INSTRUCTIONS. IVE BEEN PLAYING POOL FOR 30 YRS AND ITS AMAZING HOW EASY IT IS TO FORGET THE BASICS. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AND KEEP THEM COMING.
GENE SPENCE GARDEN CITY KANSAS
After not playing pool for a long time, about twenty years, I bought a pool table for my home after retirement. A couple of my buddies come and shoot 8 ball once in awhile. At first I was very rusty at it but I could still shoot a little straight. During Ted Mauro's Pool - Billiards 7 step Installment Instructions, I began to shoot better than I ever had. Not only did this program help me shoot better pool but it helped me get rid of some bad shooting habits and to focus more on my game. Thanks Ted, my draw, left and right English, and my overall game has improved. The seventh Installment has been the most useful instruction for me. I am still practicing and enjoying this part. I can now clean out six balls off the table most of the time. I know it will take awhile before I start with the seventh ball, but it is like Ted says, "Practice, Practice, Practice". Thanks a million Ted.