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“We’re all just taking the life we’re given and breathing life into new things…. Whenever we make a world we’re guessing, mostly. We’re putting some English on a ball that will roll and roll for eons, and we hope that it lands somewhere good.”
To "put some English" on a billiard ball, for example, is to send it off in a direction with some backspin in hopes of influencing its course. I like this.
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How to get good at pool

So questions from beginners about what to work on to get better come up weekly on this sub. I bookmarked one of my old posts that I end up copy-pasting in every thread, in which I go into detail about what to work on and in what order, with various helpful links included.
Well, since I have to paste it so often, I figured it'd be helpful to stop clogging up those threads with long posts and just create and bookmark this thread to paste the link to it whenever required, with the aforementioned text within.
So, here it is, starting with the fundamentals and working through aiming and the various aspects of cue ball control part by part, with better formatting for easier reading - note that this is going to be a long post, but it needn't be consumed in one go. In fact, I advise bookmarking it and referring to whatever part you're currently working on in the future, as I said above I've tried my best to write this in a way that it covers things in the order that I believe you'd be best learning them. I got into the cueing arts at the age of 17 and, since I'm a complete nerd when it comes to this sort of thing, as a now 30 year old here's what I've picked up over the last 13 years of studying the game when it comes to the basics and becoming a solid player.


Work on your fundamentals first and foremost. When you can stroke straight and smoothly on a consistent basis, you'll find learning everything else much easier. Do NOT skip this step if you want to become a great player - your game depends on having solid fundamentals and being able to consistently execute them.
I always highly recommend a snooker-type stance - this is becoming increasingly popular in pool due to the influx of players from countries where snooker is popular and is noted for its accuracy - and believe it or not, you can get a lot of shot power out of it, certainly as much as is realistically required for any shot you'd play mid-game. Only the break stroke requires a different stance.
These videos by qualified snooker coaches are recommended viewing on all the basics of stance, grip, bridge etc.
Dr Dave also has a great video on helping you dial in your stance in a way that works for you here.
There's also a misconception that you MUST keep the right leg (if you're a righty) straight and braced in the snooker stance. While it's often recommended for stability, it's not essential (this is talked about in the very first link). In American pool especially, with the much lower tables than a snooker table, you may find it uncomfortable to keep the right leg straight.
This stroke drill will help you get a nice stroke going - pay note to the part about marking the cloth so you can see whether or not your cue is staying on line throughout the stroke, in the same manner demonstrated in Dr Dave's video above. Also, this drill as well as this drill will help identify errors with your stroke and alignment.


There are always debates around the internet as to whether or not aiming systems are useful - the typical argument against them is that the extreme majority of professional players don't use them. However, I liken pool to learning how to drive. Both require the development of the correct habits in order to correctly mould your motor functions and muscle memory, as well as learning the required mental skills via systems. If you had a driving instructor who just said to you "good drivers don't use systems, just keep trying to drive and you'll get better at it", you'd start looking for a different instructor.
Learning to aim does mostly comes to down experience - the longer you play with correct fundamentals, the more you develop a memory bank of potting angles, so to speak. However, as we've established, while the extreme majority of pro's use don't an aiming system, and the ones that do still rely on experience for the vast majority of their shots, you're not a pro yet - you're still learning, and you may benefit from using simple aiming systems as they can speed up the learning process. You'll gradually begin to rely on them less and less, and may only occasionally use them for pots you find difficult to judge.
I won't confuse you by listing various complex aiming systems - rather, I'll list 3 aiming systems that are both simple, yet obviously geometrically correct:
If you notice particular types of shots that you struggle with, such as long pots cutting the ball to the left or thin back cuts to the corner for example, work on those shots. Mark the position of cue ball and object ball setting up the sort of shot you struggle with, and shoot that same shot over and over, making conscious and subconscious adjustments until you start making it with a high success rate. When similar types of shots come up in the future, your brain does a good job of making adjustments based on the situation and what you've learned.


Once the basics are down and you're decent at potting, work on learning some cue ball control. Start with top, stun and bottom first, no sidespin. The basics of those are covered in this video.
A note on backspin/draw shot technique - if you've practised the correct fundamentals and stroke drills (first section) thoroughly, then your stroke, timing and follow-through will be adequate to generate good backspin. There's no special technique required like many seem to claim, if your regular stroke is good then it's simply a matter of striking low which will generate backspin. If you've worked hard on your stroke and could see the visual feedback when doing the above drills to see that your follow through is adequate, and you're still not getting good draw despite aiming low on the cue ball, you may be striking higher than intended. Try using a solid as a cue ball to play a draw stroke - have the spot of the ball facing your cue tip, chalk well and strike low for a draw shot. Then check the ball for a chalk mark. Is it where you intended to strike, or is it higher? If it's not where intended, then your bridge length may be too short which may cause your tip to raise on the forward stroke and strike higher than intended. Work on this and if your bridge length is fine but you're still having issues, you may be experiencing elbow drop on the stroke which would be causing a problem and needs working on.
Once you've got the basics down, you can start to work on your direction control. You can find a solid system for determining cue ball paths with different types of spin in this video.
A great drill to practice and improve your control and ability to predict the cue ball direction is the wagon wheel drill.


Once you've got good direction control and can perform the above 3 types of shots, work on your touch/cue ball speed control.
This target pool drill will help tremendously with your control over the speed of the cue ball. Viewing shot power in terms of fractions can be very helpful, and when running a rack you'll find that the extreme majority of shots require a stroke power of 3/10, 4/10 or 5/10.
Overall, a great way to develop your touch and learn speed control is to run controlled offensive drills, as you develop a feel for power with experience. There are plenty of general cue ball position drills that allow you to set up and pot balls with an emphasis on practising your cue ball control at short range, as well as learn common shot types and get better at potting the types of shots that come up often. The line-up drill is one of the best as it allows you to practice basic cue ball control and the feel of potting numerous balls in a row - this drill can be as simple or as complex as Gareth demonstrates, and with solids and stripes you can also pot all the balls in rotation once you get good enough and you can mix up the order of them. Searching "pool position drill" on YouTube or Google images will bring up a tonne of layouts you can practice. Here's a site with lots of these types of drills. Drills where all the balls are put into specific positions are more valuable than simply breaking and trying to run out, as they're repeatable and allow you to learn from your mistakes and play the shots again, learning from your errors quickly and efficiently, working on the types of shots you're not very good at and eliminating weaknesses in the process. Getting good at these types of drills teaches you valuable skills that carry over into match play.
To paraphrase Pilgore on his website, a drill which you can successfully perform more than 5/10x successfully but less than 8/10x successfully, is a good drill for your skill level. So find a drill that you'd find challenging, but doable, and run it 10x. If you can complete it between 5-7x out of 10, then you've established a drill you should practice regularly. Track your progress on this drill each time you practice - your goal should be to run the drill 10x per session, and gradually see your success rate increasing each time. When you can consistently complete the drill more than 8x out of 10, then you can consider that drill mastered and move onto something tougher. You should be performing different types of drills within your sessions, such as stroke drills, short position drills, long position drills, long potting drills, and whatever else you struggle with such as rail potting drills or repeating specific types of shots that you struggle with.


Learn positional play tactics that will give you a higher chance of running out based on pure knowledge alone. This video shows a bunch of principles you should learn that will make you plan your runs differently, giving yourself more margin for error in the way you play a lot of your shots, thus improving your run-out percentage. This video and this video from Dr Dave also show a bunch of common positional errors that many players make, and how to correct them.
Pattern play is also extremely important in improving your runout percentage by generally making the game easier on yourself. Tor Lowry has a couple of really great videos covering the basics of pattern play and choosing the right shots in this video and this video, as does Dr Dave here and here.


Generally, you should avoid using sidespin as much as possible, as it adds extra complications. This video by Tor Lowry shows just how much you can do relying on only top, stun and bottom spin.
However, learn how to use it so that when you do need to use it, you know how. General wisdom says that learning how to adjust for sidespin takes years of trial and error, but Dr Dave again has a great system on using sidespin, and the links included in the video description cover important aspects such as throw in detail.
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