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Pool Trick Shot Diagrams

Understand (and try

Understand (and try

Pool Trick Shot Diagrams

by Jennifer Chin
Pool Trick Shot Diagrams
Pool Trick Shot Diagrams
Pool Trick Shot Diagrams

What is it about?

Understand (and try!) competition level pool trick shots with 120 pool table diagrams and descriptions. Adapted from the WPA artistic pool shot program, these are the OFFICIAL trick shots performed in sanctioned, ranking trick shot tournaments.

Pool Trick Shot Diagrams

App Details

Version
1.1
Rating
NA
Size
42Mb
Genre
Sports Reference
Last updated
March 14, 2015
Release date
February 2, 2015
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App Store Description

Understand (and try!) competition level pool trick shots with 120 pool table diagrams and descriptions. Adapted from the WPA artistic pool shot program, these are the OFFICIAL trick shots performed in sanctioned, ranking trick shot tournaments.

From the same team that produced the app “Trick Shot Scorekeeper,” we bring you a full pocket-version of the WPA artistic pool trick shot manual. We have redrawn all of the pool table diagrams and included the rules and objectives of each shot for easy browsing. When watching a tournament, you’ll be able to follow along more easily knowing that you’re looking at same instructions the pros are following.

NOTE: You can download the official PDF for FREE from the WPA-APD (World Pool-Billiards Association’s Artistic Pool Division) website.

Features:
- 120 complete FULLSCREEN pool table diagrams with annotations
- organized into 8 disciplines: Trick & Fancy, Special Arts, Draw, Follow, Bank & Kick, Stroke, Jump, and Masse
- trick shot rules describe the number of points, set up, and objective for each individual shot
- easy navigation. Swipe left/right to browse the pool table diagrams. Swipe up/down to show or hide the rules for that trick shot

**** Developed with Tim “The Dragon” Chin ****
For more detailed instructional material, please visit www.trickshottim.com, the website of professional trick shot artist Tim “The Dragon” Chin. He is a consultant on this app and is dedicated to teaching trick shots. You can sign up for a weekly trick shot tutorial newsletter on his website or drop him a message at [email protected]