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Improve your cue ball control, spin effects and rebound control with the Jim Rempe Training Ball by Aramith. Designed by Jim Rempe, this ball has both a beginner and advanced player side so as you improve as a player, the ball will grow with your game.Learn More
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Player draws a challenge card from the deck; an opponent sets up balls as pictured on the card. Player attempts to make the shot. If player makes the shot or shots on the challenge card, the challenge has been met. Player then retains the challenge card and its associated points. Player draws again to continue play. If player fails the challenge, the card must be passed to the next player, who in turn gets to shoot whatever scenario is left on the table, and can now play any pocket.
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Learn how to jump, jump follow and jump draw with the easy to use McDermott Jump Trainer. Simply line up your shaft to the guide line and hit the clover. Plus learn how to add Masse to all jumps. Learn how to make the following shots: Standard Jump, Jump Draw, Jump Follow and Jump Masse.Learn More
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The Stroke Groover is an incredibly simple and effective way to immediately improve your pool game. Developed by Master Instructor Tom Simpson to allow players to feel when they drop their elbow during their stroke, this tool is extremely helpful for training your muscles to stroke the right way.Learn More
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The Perfect Shot trains you to play to the aim point, helping you learn basic and combo shots. Just place the training aid on the object ball, point the arrow to the desired pocket and shoot the cue ball to the aim point.Learn More