No matter the Chinese eight-ball or snooker, nine-ball and other different billiard sports, the most important thing is whether the shot is stable, straight and smooth, because the correct shot is the basis and key to accurately hit the target ball.
So how can it be considered a perfect shot? It is to allow the cue ball to hit the cue ball exactly to the goal point you are aiming at. Let me share a method to check whether the shot is straight: at a distance of 50 cm from the pocket Place a target ball somewhere, and also place the cue ball 50 cm away from the target ball and keep them in a straight line with the bag mouth. The perfect shot can make the target ball fall straight.
Be sure to make a few strokes before putting out, and relax your backhand. Only when you relax can you get a smooth shot. After standing in position, perform three to five strokes. Don't rush out. Observe the goal points of the target ball you want to hit and the hit points of the cue ball during the stroke. When you hit the shot, focus on the target ball.
In addition, when moving and exiting the club, except for your forearm to swing naturally, any part of your body must remain stationary, and you cannot shake it from side to side. The forearm of the gripper only swings back and forth, and try to keep the club horizontal If there is any left-to-right shake, the shot will definitely not be a straight line, and it will not hit the goal point and the cue ball. The natural extension of the club after hitting the cue ball will also be reflected differently in different strokes.