Billiards is a great game to play with your friends at the pub or at your home. While some of you may be struggling with the basics of the billiards stroke, there would definitely be a lot more of you out there who can generate the smooth stroke of a billiards pro. Although I can’t claim to be an exponent of the game of billiards, I am good enough to assess and analyze a fault in a person’s game.
It was sometime back when I was started playing billiards. I had taken a break from my job and had pretty much of time in my hands. Office didn’t interest me as much as playing pool, and was always looking for the evening pub shoot out at the billiards table. I was like always ready to test my skills against the local pub whiz-kids. This blog just sets the stage. What followed my billiards days was a dark age, when I played little pool and that too just as a social event.
Needless to say, instead of having a stroke, I went out of stroke.
What I am trying to imply here is the importance of keeping in touch with the game.
After gradually developing my game and my ball skills over the years, the most important piece of advice that I would give to youngsters and people who are starting out on billiards is to stay in touch with the game, or you will go out of stroke.
So let’s play billiards.