BK-OP: One Pocket:A Game of Controlled Aggression By Tom Wirth
When you hear the “Voice of Accu-Stats,” Billy Incardona announce on
live TV, that this tome is the best book on 1-Pocket available, one must
Then, when it arrives and Scott Frost, Shannon Daulton, and
Brandon Shuff have adorned the back cover with their affirmations, one
must delve deeper.
With actual photographs, Tom asks you to analyze
each “situation” and think outside of the box. He then offers reasonable
options and, just when you feel pleased that you had thought of one of
them, in the next paragraph, he drops the optimum “Move” on you.”
Whamo! You’re trapped!
As Wirth explains, “One Pocket is all about finding ways to better your position or diminish
even the slightest advantage your opponent may hold.
The book offers opening, mid-game, end-game situations, take-out shots, endgame offense,
moving multiple balls, drills, a strategic blunder from a great player, and much more. It’s spiral bound
to spread for easy set-up to practice the situations on the pool table.
210 oversized, color pages: $59.95.
To all you aspiring One Pocket players out there. The ability to run many balls in one inning will become one of your greatest assets. Drills such as this will help you develop the necessary skills t o reach the next level.
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