How to Break?

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_Cyc[]onE_
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How to Break?

Postby _Cyc[]onE_ » Tue Jun 22, 2010 3:54 pm

Could anyone screenshot me a good break please, i searched the forums for similar topic but found none :(

Am trying to find the one that splits reds a bit and sends white back up that i see red players do.

Thanks :P

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DaveH
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Re: How to Break?

Postby DaveH » Tue Jun 22, 2010 6:38 pm

Best thing to do is experiment on the practisde table until you get something your happy with, you could look on youtube too as there are a few replays there pay attention to the starting point the white is.

_Cyc[]onE_
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Re: How to Break?

Postby _Cyc[]onE_ » Wed Jun 23, 2010 5:58 pm

Thanks, i found it and now break is good :D


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With 45% and white just next to the green (all of pic didn't fit) :(

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B-TEAM
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Re: How to Break?

Postby B-TEAM » Wed Jun 23, 2010 6:59 pm

that break ive noticed is done different by people still same result though i do it 45-46 % top spin with slight side but as dave said theres few tutorial videos on youtube and some tips on fansite as welll
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ghost_eire
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Re: How to Break?

Postby ghost_eire » Sun Jul 25, 2010 6:57 pm

http://ghosteire.moonfruit.com/#/screen ... 4523097523

Enlarge the first screenshot! except use 43-44 on this version not 42 :)
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