Of the three primary learning styles, visual learning is one of the most popular. Many find that they learn best by simply watching a pro and then replicate what you’ve seen. That’s why we’ve scoured the billiards industry, looking for the best DVDs available.
With these DVDs, you’ll learn from world champion pool players, master level billiards instructors and even an honest to goodness PhD. Not sure which DVD to choose? Give us a call at 866-843-3294 and we’ll help you find the DVD that best fits your goals and learning style.
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One of the industry's most respected professional billiards instructors now has a DVD. In this 2 hour 25 minute DVD, Lee Brett shares secrets used by such pro players as Shane Van Boening, Darren Appleton and Mike Dechaine.Learn More
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It's all here. Renowned PBIA billiards instructor Jerry Briesath blends his easy-going style, demonstrations from himself and World Class Player and Master Instructor, Mark Wilson (one of Jerry's students) plus easy to understand graphics to help players at all skill levels benefit from what he's learned and taught for many decades.Learn More
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Save 6%Widely considered the greatest pool movie of all time, Academy Award winner Martin Scorsese brings the tale of Fast Eddie Felson and his new protege Vincent Lauria. Featuring cameos from such pool legends as the late Steve Mizerak, Keith McCready, Jimmy Mataya and Grady Matthews this is the one movie that every pool player must have in their collection. DVD Widescreen format. Learn More
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Save 20%Johnny Cash and June Carter fans should not miss this hard to find feature film. A pool shark meets his son for the first time at a charity competition. When they discover their relationship, they decide to join forces financially and professionally, and open a pool hall together. Learn More
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Paul Newman heads a superb cast featuring Jackie Gleason, George C. Scott and Piper Laurie in the riveting film that received an Academy Award nomination as Best Picture of 1961 and brought all four of its Oscar nomination.Learn More