McDermott Billiards Blog

Dr. Cue Lesson 10: Lateral Spin


Dr. Cue explains how to add lateral spin on the cue ball.

Dr. Cue Lesson 9: Drawing the Cue Ball


In lesson 9, Dr. Cue explains how to apply draw to the cue ball.

 

Dr. Cue Lesson 8: Controlling the Cue Ball


Dr. Cue teaches you how to control the cue ball to set-up your next shot.

Dr. Cue Lesson 7: Aiming (Cue Ball Travel Line)


The 7th Dr. Cue lesson explains another important aiming principle: The Ghostball Principle.


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Dr. Cue Lesson 6: Aiming


Dr. Cue discusses the simple, but important concept of aiming your shots.

Dr. Cue Lesson 5: The Grip


Dr. Cue lesson 5 is all about the grip. The last couple videos were about the bridge, which uses your forward hand. Now Dr. Cue addresses the rear hand to help get the perfect harmony between the two.

Dr. Cue Lesson 4: The Closed Bridge


In the next installment of our instructional video series Dr. Cue explains how to use the Closed Bridge, a more advanced hand formation for specific types of shots.

Dr. Cue Lesson 3: The Open, Tower or V Bridge


Dr. Cue (Tom Rossman) goes over the three types of bridges: Open, Tower or V.

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Dr. Cue Lesson 2: The Stance!


In the second installment of the Dr. Cue lessons on our McDermott blog, Tom Rossman goes over the key elements to obtaining a proper stance.

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Dr. Cue Lesson 1: Chalking Up!!!


Hello everyone!

We’re adding something new to our blog for your viewing pleasure. Tom Rossman (or as he’s more commonly known, Dr. Cue) has a created a series of instructional videos to help you become a better player.

The first lesson is about one of the most important aspects of your billiards game… Chalking Up!!!

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