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Mike Feiman

Rank: Hustler

  • PoolDawg Employee
 

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      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        November 17, 2010
    • Volume 2 of the excellent Mastering Pool DVD series goes into more detail than the beginner DVD. As with the other DVDs in the series, the production quality of the Mastering Pool series is unrivaled. This sample video features lessons on inside English, outside English and deflection.


    • ( 3 of 3 people found this review helpful.)


      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        November 17, 2010
    • The Mastering Pool DVD series is always the first instructional DVD set that I recommend to customers. The lessons are extremely easy to follow, the production is first rate and the overall series really raises the bar for expectations on billiards instructional DVDs. Check out the Youtube video that shows the basics of cue ball control and you'll see what I mean.


      • Currently 4/5 Stars.
        November 17, 2010
    • Since I'm the worst pool player here at PoolDawg, it was up to me to give this a try. The concept is interesting, as it does force you to maintain a smooth stroke. The biggest issue as I see it is that the trainer will only hope if you have significant flaws in your stroke. I stroked with this cue 10 times and received feedback via the tool on 3 of my 10 strokes. To get a better understanding for how it works, I've included a video demonstration from the manufacturer.


      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        November 2, 2010
    • Over the years, there has been some confusion about our PoolDawg chalk. Since we have this nifty new review system, I wanted to use it to clear up some of the confusion. PoolDawg chalk is exactly the same as standard blue Master Chalk. Our chalk is manufactured by Tweeten at their plant. The only difference is the label wrap.

      To further demonstrate this point, I've gone ahead and taken a picture of a cube of PoolDawg chalk next to a cube of blue Master Chalk. As you can see, the chalks are identical.

      Hopefully this clears up some of the confusion. As always though, if you have questions about this or any of the products we sell, just give us a call at 866-843-3294!


    • ( 2 of 2 people found this review helpful.)


      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        November 2, 2010
    • One of the really nice things about working here at PoolDawg is that I get to test out a ton of products. The Katana shaft is a fairly new entry into the low deflection market, competing with the Predator 314 shaft and the OB1 shaft. The shaft has a somewhat longer taper and is slightly thinner at 12.5mm in comparison to the 12.75mm 314 and OB1 shafts. From a performance perspective, it felt extremely similar to the 314. There was not a noticeable difference in deflection between the three shafts.

      As you might recall, we asked a few folks to review this shaft a while back and the response from them was pretty similar to what I found personally. To give you an idea of the level of cue ball control you can get with this shaft, check out the Youtube video which was shot by the infamous blogger OMGWTF.


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