Ducking Kisses in Three Cushion - Vol. 2
A book by Andreas Efler
Double Around Solutions
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Table of Contents
24 additional exercises
Program Double Around Solutions 1, D1 (14P)*
Program Double Around Solutions 2, D2 (3P)
Program Double Around Solutions 3, D2 (10P)
Program Double Around Solutions 4, D2 (5P)
Program Double Around Solutions 5, D1 (5P)
Program Double Around Solutions 6, D2 (9P)
Application Examples (10P)
D = Difficulty
P = Number of Positions
4 Additional Exercises per Program
This book is a collection of all the obvious as well as hidden dangers of kisses and how to solve them. Andreas Efler has grouped the patterns in order to structure an almost endless topic.
Any strategy to avoid kisses is mostly about the decision of which of the two balls should pass the danger zone first when the paths of B 1 and B 2 cross. Only when you follow a plan consistently and also carry it out with the same consistency, will you gain a feeling over the years for correct “crossings”, so that an automatic process develops which enables the player to find the correct strategy within fractions of seconds. If B 2 is in danger of kissing B 3 it is mainly about controlling B 2’s path. If the ambitious player does not develop an awareness for the proportion of the velocities of B 1 and B 2 and their respective paths, avoiding kisses will always, like Russian roulette, be a gamble.
Hint for users of the Mywebsport System
All positions in this book are stored in the Mywebsport-System. The three balls can easily be positioned using the laser. At the beginning of the explanation of a position you will see the number where it can be found in the Mywebsport-System in parentheses, e.g.: position 179 (MWS 204). Following you can find a step-by-step description of how to work with the Mywebsport-System:in → select „Reference Positions“ at the top right → folder „Mywebsport“ → „Literature“ → „Efler-Big Points“ → „Load Reference Positions“ → scroll down to position 204 (or alternatively use the filter before loading the reference positions).