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Dr. Cue Lesson 74: 3-Cushion Kick System (Spot on the Wall)

In Lesson 74, Dr. Cue shows you how to create a “Spot on the Wall” conversion point to create a easy system for making a 3-cushion kick shots no matter where the cue ball is on the table.


Dr. Cue Lesson 73: 3-Cushion “50-30” Kick System (Part 3)

Finishing off the lesson on the 50-30 system, Dr. Cue shows you the variations you can experience and how to calculate your aiming values for both situations.


Dr. Cue Lesson 72: 3-Cushion “50-30” Kick System (Part 2)

Dr. Cue continues on from lesson 71 to explain the 50-30 kick system when shooting a 3-cushion shot. Taking the value of the cue ball and subtracting the value of the return track, it gives you the aim diamond. Using this system it will help you to elevate your game further using 3-cushion shots.


Dr. Cue Lesson 71: 3-Cushion “50-30” Kick System (Part 1)

In lesson 71, Dr. Cue starts to explain the 50-30 Kick system. He does this by explaining what the return tracks are called and what they are expected to do when you play them doing a 3-cushion kick shot.


Dr. Cue Lesson 70: 2-Cushion “Midpoint” Kick System (Part 2)

In lesson 70, Dr. Cue expands upon the last lesson to show you how to use the midpoint kick system to do a 2-cushion kick shot when the two balls are on different halves of the table.


Dr. Cue Lesson 69: 2-Cushion “Midpoint” Kick System

Dr. Cue shows just how to do a 2-cushion kick shot using a simple midpoint kick system to make sure your opponent does not get ball in hand. This example is used when both balls are on the same half of the table.

Dr. Cue Lesson 68: M&M Banking System

In lesson 68, Dr. Cue shows you another way on how to play a frozen ball on the cushion. Dr. Cue shows a great way to play it safe in a game of 9 ball when the intended pocket is blocked. He also shows exactly how to make a easy bank shot to the corner and how to adjust when practicing the shot.

Dr. Cue Lesson 67: Banking System (Slide Zone Banks)

In lesson 67, Dr. Cue shows you an exercise you can use to understand the subtle adjustment needed to make a slide zone bank shot. These adjustments are done to offset the sliding motion that the object ball will do on the first bank due to it not being frozen on the cushion.

Dr. Cue Lesson 66: Sight & Shoot Technique for Bank Shots

In lesson 66, Dr. Cue teaches you a Sight & Shoot technique to help you make bank shots more consistently..

Dr. Cue Lesson 65: M & M Banking System (Standard Rolling Bank – Part 2)

In Lesson 65, Dr. Cue continues where he left off in lesson 64 on how to make a standard rolling bank shot by eliminating the guessing and becoming systematic.